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  • Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One | PS3 1 of 10
    Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One | PS3
    The 10th installment in the buddy-based battle game Ratchet and Clank supports up to four players at once in co-op mode. Silly humor and easy challenges (on-screen hints guide you through the levels) make the game perfect for kids, while mom and dad will appreciate that the action is more slapstick than sinister.
    Get it from Amazon, $51.99 »
  • Disney Universe | Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PC 2 of 10
    Disney Universe | Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PC
    Disney’s most ambitious game yet lets up to four players explore, solve puzzles, and defeat villains (without blood, of course) across six familiar worlds — from Monsters, Inc. to Alice in Wonderland. Each player dons the costume of his or her favorite Disney character, and there are enough options to (literally) suit the whole family.
    Get it from Amazon, $47.99 »
  • Everybody Dance | PS3 3 of 10
    Everybody Dance | PS3
    With choreographed dance routines and support for up to 20 players in party mode, Everybody Dance is a great way to burn off calories after your holiday feast. The 40-song soundtrack ranges from Barbra Streisand and Barry White to LMFAO and Lady Gaga, so there’s no excuse for anyone not to shake their groove thing.
    Get it from Amazon, $29.99 »
  • Family Game Night 4: The Game Show | Xbox 360, PS3, Wii 4 of 10
    Family Game Night 4: The Game Show | Xbox 360, PS3, Wii
    We’d never get bored with real board games, but there’s still the matter of keeping track of all those little pieces. With the motion-controlled Family Game Night 4: The Game Show, our living room literally becomes the board — making us the pieces (whoa!) — which, we guess, makes "tucking in" the new "cleaning up."
    Get it from Amazon, $38.99 »
  • uDraw Pictionary: Ultimate Edition | PS3, Xbox 360 5 of 10
    uDraw Pictionary: Ultimate Edition | PS3, Xbox 360
    Using THQ’s uDraw Tablet controller (sold separately), the entire family can sketch and solve in this 21st-century version of the classic drawing game, Pictionary. The tablet turns your TV into a drawing board, while four different play modes keep the game interesting even for those who think they’ve drawn it all.
    Get it from Amazon, $39.99 »
  • Kinect Sports Season Two | Xbox 360 (Kinect) 6 of 10
    Kinect Sports Season Two | Xbox 360 (Kinect)
    Who cares if it’s cold outside? With Kinect Sports Season Two, you can turn your den into a sports arena — and get everyone off the couch after those heavy holiday dinners. The Kinect sensor makes your body the controller in sports like football, baseball, tennis, golf, and more that the whole family can play.
    Get it from Amazon, $49.99 »
  • Cabela’s Adventure Camp | Xbox 360 (Kinect), Wii, DS 7 of 10
    Cabela's Adventure Camp | Xbox 360 (Kinect), Wii, DS
    Cabela’s Summer Camp lets the whole family compete in summer camp-themed challenges — from archery and kayaking to off-road bicycling. The action is great, but the “interactive spectator” mode (which lets you lob obstacles at your fellow players) makes this one perfect for settling family feuds.
    Get it from Amazon, $39.99 »
  • Twister Mania | Xbox 360 (Kinect) 8 of 10
    Twister Mania | Xbox 360 (Kinect)
    We’re not sure how tangled your family tree is, but with support for up to eight players, Twister Mania makes it easy to work out the kinks. The game follows the classic Twister rules, making your body the game piece — but three play modes (including several fast-paced fitness challenges) exponentially add to the replay value.
    Get it from Amazon, $49.99 »
  • Go Vacation | Wii 9 of 10
    Go Vacation | Wii
    Budgets may have us second-guessing our usual winter vacation plans, but with Go Vacation, we can enjoy the next best thing to actually being there. The game supports up to four players in activities ranging from skydiving to beach volleyball — and we can even snap photos of our achievements and send them to friends “back home.”
    Get it from Amazon, $36.99 »
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked | Xbox 360 (Kinect), Wii, DS 10 of 10
    Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked | Xbox 360 (Kinect), Wii, DS
    In this game based on the movie of the same name, up to six family members can dance and sing as either the Chipmunks or the Chipettes. Thirty Chipmunk-paced song routines will have everyone burning major calories, and we also love that the Xbox 360 version (using the Kinect mic) raises the pitch of your voice to Chipmunk heights.
    Get it from Amazon, $29.99 »
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