LEGO Indiana Smith: The Original Adventures takes the fun and excitement of the Indy movies and presents them in a family friendly, addictive adventure.
Civilization has finally come to consoles with Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution, where it is warmly welcomed by PS3 and 360 gamers who lack good hardcore strategy games.
AeroSmith fans can now rejoice and play with their favorite band from its humble beginnings to mega stardom. As long as you love the band, Guitar Hero: AeroSmith will rock you.
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.
This week GiN looks at a couple games based on movies. Some work and some don’t. Guess which side Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy falls into?
Although Top Spin 3 is very challenging, it also breaks the mold of tennis games and offers something almost completely new. The rewards are worth the work.
Although Dark Sector features a really cool three-bladed weapon and some impressive graphics, overall, it won’t rise anywhere close to a title like Gears of War, which it tries to mimic.
Pro Evolution Soccer has been the top dog in soccer games for years, but the 2008 version is ripe with flaws and annoyances that should let FIFA close the gap.
Army of Two attempts to take cooperative gameplay to the limit. And although a poor AI dooms this noble goal, it still offers an enjoyable shooter experience.
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots ends a series that has had more twists and turns than a Hitchcock thriller. And it does it in an amazing way you can’t miss.