In many ways, Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands video game is worlds better than the Prince’s current blockbuster movie, and that’s a good thing for gamers everywhere.
The Nerf Switch Shot has some interesting functionality if you own the N-Strike game, like a view shield that reveals secret codes, but this muzzle loading shooter doesn't do too much else.
Heavy Rain could be the most important title ever released in the history of computer gaming. Filled with adult situations, it shows that games really can be used to tell amazing stories, the same as books, TV and movies.
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle takes the assassination adventure series to new, amazingly chaotic heights for Wii gamers, and pushes the console to its limits.
Squeeballs Party is a bit of an odd title, where you get to torture little Squeeball animals to death in the name of casual party-going fun on the Wii.
Although the series is traditionally thought of as one for veterans, SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny opens up the fighting world to vets and novices alike on the PSP.
Final Fantasy: Dissidia on the PSP is a way to keep the legions of FF fans happy until the next inevitable full release of the series. And it does that job well. Anybody else however, is going to be hopelessly lost, and a touch bored.
Obscure: The Aftermath offers a campy story that is hard not to love, especially when combined with a scary plot. And now that it hits the DS and PSP, you can take spooky thrills anywhere.
That Family Feud 2010 Edition is a surefire hit for your next holiday party. The title keeps the flavor of the hit TV game show, and is ready to pull duty in your living room.
Katamari Forever offers an exclusive PS3 title that pushes the limits of normal gameplay. You will either love or hate this oddball game, but we are guessing probably love.