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.
Just Cause puts you in the shoes of a "regime change" specialist doing what he does best for the CIA down in South America.
With a grand soundtrack that crushes everything around it, Ninety-Nine Nights drops you in into massive battles where you can rack up thousands of kills.
Although based on the endless stream of B-rated zombie movies, Dead Rising is a surprisingly solid game where anything in a downtown mall can become a weapon against the undead.
It’s called Prey, but this game tears up other FPS titles and eats them alive. Unique weapons, changing gravity and Cherokee magic turns the shooter world upside down.