FIFA 13 is one of the smoothest games our reviewer has ever played, able to mimic real life soccer with one foot, and provide innovative gameplay on the other.
Like its predecessor, Torchlight II offers both hardcore action RPG thrills while reaching out and grabbing lots of casual players as well. It’s a fun game, plays great, and won’t break the bank.
Tournament of Legends bills itself as an economic fighter, but when you spend your time fighting the Wii controls instead of your opponent, it’s fails at any price.
Ancients of Ooga is an Xbox Live downloaded game that features cute little creatures who literally eat everything in sight, all in the name of doing good of course.
With a new developer at the helm, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 takes the series in innovative and amazing directions that are sure to wow any comic book or action RPG fan.
Take one lovable claymation Brit and his dog and put them in episodic, downloadable adventures, and you have the delightful Wallace and Gromit’s Grand Adventures playing on a PC or 360 near you.
Although often overlooked in video games, World War II in the Pacific was a hotly contested theater. Battlestations: Pacific takes an arcade-like approach to bringing it all to life.
Spyro the dragon is one of the hardest working computer game characters these days. He takes to the skies again with The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon.
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows has a phenomenal character building engine, but falls a little flat in the graphics and story department, making it a forgettable Spider-man title.
After a few lackluster seasons, Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 hits the ground running. Not every flaw of the past two years is fixed, but PES 2009 pushes back towards the king of the hill.