Overclocked: A History of Violence tells a tale of psychological trauma in a new and interesting way, something we have not seen from the adventure genre in a long time.
Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors is not really that great of an RPG, though it does feature some, shall we say, interesting characters.
My Horse and Me is backed by the International Equestrian Federation, because it emphasizes the care and feeding, as well as the competition jumping of horses. Little kids will love it.
GiN does not normally review books, but this one debunks the myths of violent games and children, so we happily made an exception for this must-read text.
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection faithfully recreates some of the best tables ever constructed, and brings home the nostalgia of the game.
Condemned 2: Bloodshot will get into your head and scramble your brains, showing what its like to be schizophrenic in a world gone mad.
The rebirth of Turok is a ton of fun, but harsh difficulty levels and lack of enough save points may keep this shooter in the realm of the hardcore fan.
Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is the little fighter with the big name. Continuing where the last one left off, you have quite a fight on your hands.
Originally thought up as a PSP game before the platform proved unable to handle it, Mercury Meltdown Revolution instead oozed over to the Wii.
Although Mega Man Powered Up gives us nothing new to consider, it revisits the first Mega Man title with surprising accuracy and gives it a modern facelift.