Finally a game comes out that is every bit as good as the movie it’s based on. Hard to believe, but Kung Fu Panda The Game breaks the game-following-movie curse.
Tony Hawk's Proving Ground adds a few new features to the genre, but this long-running series is getting to be a case of "been there, done that" over and over again.
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars does one thing (multiplayer battles) but does it so well that almost any shooter with any skill set will quickly find a home.
Call of Duty moves out of the WWII genre and into modern warfare, and it does it with an explosive bang that is sure to get your attention.
With extreme popularity and a developer switch, we thought we should cover Guitar Hero III in great depth, so here is our second review of the game on multiple platforms.
With a huge opening weekend, Guitar Hero III is off to an amazing start. But does the game live up to all the hype? You bet it does!
Spider-Man 3 is by far the best Spider-man themed game ever made. Unfortunately, that is somewhat faint praise for this lukewarm series.
The Transformers game follows the awesome movie, but can it live up to its big screen brother? Admittedly, this would be pretty difficult.
For the first time ever, the Call of Duty series makes the jump to the small screen, and PSP players will be in heaven as they battle miniature Nazi hordes.
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.