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2005: Guitar Hero
Rated T; PS2
The first rhythm-based video game in North America has spawned over a dozen rockin' sequels—and millions of fans.
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2006: Wii Sports
Rated E; Wii
Packaged with the Wii console, this became the best-selling video game of all time—silly-looking Mii characters included.
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2007: Super Mario Galaxy
Rated E; Wii
Nintendo's famed hero and his brother Luigi launch into outer space—in 3-D—to defeat enemies and return Princess Peach's castle to Mushroom Kingdom.
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2008: Shaun White Snowboarding
Rated T and E; Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, PS2, DS, PSP
A skateboarder and Olympic half-pipe champion brings living rooms to life with cool tricks and challenging peaks.
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2009: Karaoke Revolution
Rated T; Wii, Xbox 360, PS3
Six years after its initial release, the famous game has been rebooted with 50 master tracks from artists like Pink, David Bowie, and the Jackson 5.
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2010: Pac-Man Party
Revel in the nostalgia as the iconic yellow guy celebrates his 30th anniversary. Use your reflexes to beat opponents in virtual game worlds, or experience the original arcade version from the comfort of your couch.
Originally published in the November 1, 2010, issue of Family Circle magazine.