If you are looking for gorgeous sci-fi combat coupled with deep character modding in a terribly brutal world, then The Surge, along with its three deep DLC packs, stands ready to issue players its hardcore challenge, where survival is the ultimate prize.
The series got off to a rocky start last year, but NASCAR Heat 2 improves in almost every way. Bringing us the action of the Monster Energy, Xfinity, and Camping World series, plus the Eldora dirt track, together in one smooth-looking and responsive package makes it worth the drive.
While not exactly a bastion of accurate physics, Flatout 4: Total Insanity makes up for it with crazy racing, spectacular crashes and a type of rush-inducing vehicular combat that you can’t really find on most tracks.
We rode with the sometimes-crooked cops of Freeburg when This is the Police first came out through Steam on the PC. Flushed with success there, it now moves to consoles. So, we polished up those badges for another patrol.
Guns of Icarus Online throws players into a steampunk-like world where combat is done from the decks of rickety zeppelins, and life or death depends largely on your honorable teammates.
The Nintendo Wii U could be the hottest hardware this holiday season, but is it worth the money? Our reviewer kicks the tires to see if enrolling in Wii U is a good thing.
The World of Warcraft: Mist of Pandaria DLC is exactly what WoW needed to energize its fan base. Stunning graphics, a great back story and new classes make this one go beyond just pandas.
Train Simulator 2013 has all the bells and whistles to impress the hardcore simulation junkies out there, but also reaches out to say ‘all aboard!’ to more casual gamers too.
Dragon Age II brings us a new story, more action-oriented RPGing, new companions, a brilliant graphical transformation and a streamlined interface in a great game.
Overall, the Xbox 360 version of Fallout: New Vegas seems a bit more stable than the one on the PS3, while still offering all of the post nuclear war goodness.