Posted on June 12, 2013 AT 10:32pm
This year at E3, Majesco Entertainment was available to allow the media to check out some of the great titles they have in store for the upcoming season.
The first up was Zumba: World Party, the follow-up to the hit sensation that is taking the world (quite literally in this case) by storm with its fun, fast paced dance and fitness routines.
With multiple cultures to view, there is something for people all over the world to enjoy, with dances, nutrition information and beautiful scenery to check out. The teaser trailer for the game, which is due out sometime in October, has been released, and is a great preview for the next generation of Zumba, with the E3 demo (handled quite embarrassingly) played on the Xbox One.
The second game featured was the kid friendly Phineas And Ferb: The Quest For Cool Stuff which is as silly and imaginative as it sounds. Playing as both the title characters as well as Agent P, the platypus secret agent, the gang tries to stop the evil villain from getting rid of all the cool stuff from the world, and especially the museum of cool stuff. With a very young target audience, this game should be fun for all ages, and with availability on Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS, the coolest stuff can be saved.
The platformer was pretty responsive, though the graphics were clearly geared towards use on a handheld platform. While it’s challenging in places, the obvious young demographic is apparent, though it doesn’t take away from the overall fell of the game, which is to have some fun.
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