The World of Warcraft: Mist of Pandaria DLC is exactly what WoW needed to energize its fan base. Stunning graphics, a great back story and new classes make this one go beyond just pandas.
Train Simulator 2013 has all the bells and whistles to impress the hardcore simulation junkies out there, but also reaches out to say ‘all aboard!’ to more casual gamers too.
Dragon Age II brings us a new story, more action-oriented RPGing, new companions, a brilliant graphical transformation and a streamlined interface in a great game.
Overall, the Xbox 360 version of Fallout: New Vegas seems a bit more stable than the one on the PS3, while still offering all of the post nuclear war goodness.
Enslaved: Odyssey To The West is visually stunning, has a blockbuster quality script and a flawlessly realistic combat engine. Could this be a perfect game?
Although Iron Man 2 kicks the pants off the original game, it’s nowhere near as good as the movie experience. But at least it’s mildly amusing this time around.
The Halo: Reach Beta is going on right now, and for the next few days, you would be a fool not to get in on this awesome action!
The Food Network’s Cook or Be Cooked is a fun game that might just teach you a thing or two about how to prepare food. And that’s a good thing. Trust us.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex Edition moves the amazing series over to the Wii, and takes advantage of some of the unique the motion capture physics of that console.
Tekken 6 makes the jump to the PSP’s small screen in a big way. There are tons of extras, plus all the hardcore fighting from the console game. You’ll be asking yourself how they fit so much fun in there.