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The Game Room: Everything Old Is New

Price when rated: $299

Pros

  • Pounds bass into your back
  • Great for action-oriented games and not so bad for DVD movies, either

Cons

  • Uncomfortable without padding
  • Cable can occasionally get caught in undercarriage
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Price when rated: $20

Pros

  •  Loads of challenge in bonus level
  • Realistic physics and gorgeous table work

Cons

  • No way to zoom in on the action
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Price when rated: $25

Pros

  • Clever twist on standard adventure story line
  • Varied and intensely immersive gaming experience

Cons

  • Clunky inventory control
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Price when rated: $50

Pros

  • Dazzling graphics
  • Extensive single-player missions
  • Great multiplayer capabilities

Cons

  • Steep system requirements
  • Disparity between PC and Mac versions may make finding online servers difficult
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Price when rated: $20

Pros

  • Lots of clickables in each scene to help amuse younger players
  • Super production quality

Cons

  • No replay value
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