PS3 players rejoice, because Uncharted 2: Among Thieves is practically the perfect blend of action, puzzle solving and shooting. And it has a fantastic plot coupled with great voice action. This PS3 exclusive completely rocks.
Following any hit movie for kids, a multi-platform game is sure to follow. And while Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is no exception, it does capture the fun flavor of the film.
Although Sacred 2: Fallen Angel does not have too much of a story for an RPG, it does offer a ton of great combat and fierce special effects, if you like that sort of thing.
Puzzle Quest: Galactrix takes the standard match three type of game into space, where the combat is frequent, the story engaging, and the puzzle elements are somewhat unique.
Monsters vs. Aliens follows the events in the hit animation movie, and does it better than most movie to game tie-in titles. Plus, the characters are pretty darn cool.
Rock Revolution probably could have added a third competitor to the profitable rhythm game market, had it not come out years late and without needed features, like vocals or master tracks.
The Karaoke Revolution Presents American Idol Encore 2 offers some new songs, but forces you to pay an extra $10 for a microphone you probably already own.
Line Rider 2: Unbound follows up on the freeware game released on the PC that captured so many players. And its one of the most creative games we’ve ever played.
Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked starts out as a pretty cool family-type survival game, but soon loses its way as mini-game after mini-game will make you wish you were lost at sea.
Quantum of Solace hits the theaters, and the tie-in game hits consoles and PCs at the same time. And unlike other games based on movies, Quantum can hold its own in a fight.