It’s been many years since the original PlayStation version of Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night was released. Now, relive the glory with Xbox Live Arcade.
Tired of endless WWII shooters? Battlestations Midway instead gives us a tactical map of Pacific battles, and also lets us jump into command of everything from a fighter to a battleship.
If you want to fight aliens and winter’s chill, then Lost Planet has got all the sub-zero action you can handle.
The pending Shivering Isles expansion for Oblivion takes you into the realm of Sheogorath’s madness. Expect the unexpected if you venture there.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance will put comic book and action RPG fans in heaven, and it’s out now for just about every console platform and the PC.
Not even the great Bomberman namesake can hope to pull this lackluster title out of the dungeon of bad gaming. This is not a next-generation title.
Tony Hawk’s series moves into its eighth reiteration. This time Tony has some new tricks, and the game will set difficulty based on player aptitude.
Splinter Cell: Double Agent takes you places the series has never been before, like hanging off the roof of the world’s tallest building.
World Championship Poker: All In takes the standard and somewhat boring poker simulation genre and adds some interesting RPG and adventure twists.
Ok, Gears of War is a very violent game. It also happens to be the best title available for the Xbox 360, and perhaps the best of the entire console market.