Yoostar 2 magically lets you play the part of your favourite characters from the movies with the aid of a Kinect sensor and it's great fun in small doses. Unfortunately the design of the menus is rather poor and there's no multiplayer mode, so you won't be able to exchange lines with any of your friends. ShopTo are parting with copies of the game for £5.86, which has got to be worth a punt and should save you over £2 on the next best offers out there. Thanks to roynaldinho @ HUKD.
Puss In Boots has now left the cinemas, but you can still jump into the pint sized hero's shoes by picking up the Xbox 360 version of the game from Cool Shop UK for £17.50, which'll save you almost £2.50 on the next best offers. There are plenty of levels to climb your way through and you'll also get to cut through a fair few enemies during your adventures. This one might not be everybody's cup of tea, but fans of the film should get some enjoyment out of it.
There are plenty of people to scratch with your claws and trees to climb as you step into the shoes of Dreamwork's feline star, provided you can get over the fact that this is yet another movie tie-in game. If you want to take this one on the move with you then all you need to do is head on over to Play where you can pick up a DS copy of the game for £10.99, which'll make you a saving of almost £2 on the next best offers coming in from The Hut and Zavvi.
If you're a fan of Dreamwork's feline star, then you might want to check out the tie in game, which lets you slice, climb, and manipulate your way through the various levels as the title character. An ample dose of humour has been thrown into this one and the motion controls for both the PS3 and Xbox 360 aren't bad either. The Hut are parting with copies of the game for £14.95, which'll make you a saving of £5 on the 360 and just over £3 on the PS3.
Here's one for the kids, or the young at heart. You'll be stepping into the shoes of DreamWorks' new leading feline film star, as he jumps, slices, and manipulates his way through the single player campaign. The Playstation Move controls aren't bad if you're a fan of motion controls and there's a good amount of humour thrown into the mix too. The Hut and Zavvi are parting with PS3 copies of the game for £19.95, which'll make you a saving of just over £5 on the next best offer coming in from HMV.
Occasionally I've caught The Biggest Loser when it's been on TV and it can be fairly amusing to watch, but if you fancy throwing yourself into some similar tasks to those you might have seen on the show, then why not grab a copy of the game from Play, or Amazon, for £10.99, which is £4 cheaper than the next best offer coming in from Choices UK. There are over 100 exercises to try out in the game and you'll be told how you're doing in real time, so you should be able to correct anything you're doing wrong almost immediately.
The Bratz are out and about looking for the next big young fashion designer, so you can expect to take control of Yasmin, Cloe, Sasha, and Jade during the course of the game and they've each got unique tasks to complete. When you're not out trying to complete an objective, you've got an open world to explore, or you could always adopt a pet cat, rabbit, or dog. HMV are parting with copies of the game for £9.99, which is almost £4 cheaper than the next best offer coming in from Tesco Entertainment.