LEGO Batman takes the now familiar Lego gameplay found in the Indiana Smith and Star Wars games and adds some new twists to the world of the Dark Knight.
LEGO Indiana Smith: The Original Adventures takes the fun and excitement of the Indy movies and presents them in a family friendly, addictive adventure.
This nautical MMO offers unique gameplay, but Pirates of the Burning Sea may be rough waters for novice online players.
Nathan Drake may be the video game industry’s latest action hero, but Uncharted: Drake's Fortune is probably also the PS3’s savior of 2007.
Assassin’s Creed combines good controls with beautiful vistas for an unforgettable game that follows the exploits of a twelfth century hitman.
Racing over dirt, mud and ice can be challenging, especially when SEGA Rally Revo remembers each time cars tear up the terrain, making a hazard for future laps.
For a game based on a mid 1980s scrolling shooter franchise, Project Sylpheed really has a lot of whistles and bells, though probably not enough to challenge Wing Commander’s dominance.
Vampire Rain is a game that has a ton of potential, but then wastes most of it in the first couple levels of this heavily flawed stealth shooter.
The Darkness is incredibility detailed, which means all the heart-chomping goriness of this shooter really comes through. It’s dark, disturbing and bound to be a hit.
Spider-Man 3 is by far the best Spider-man themed game ever made. Unfortunately, that is somewhat faint praise for this lukewarm series.