Can a game really be perfect? Grand Theft Auto IV comes pretty darn close by combining reality and fiction in a beautiful, if very violent, non-linear game world.
Condemned 2: Bloodshot will get into your head and scramble your brains, showing what its like to be schizophrenic in a world gone mad.
Despite a few noticeable setbacks, Conflict: Denied Ops proves itself a worthy contender in its class, and brings some new elements to the shooter genre.
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.
Devil May Cry 4 takes an already great series and pushes it to the limits in terms of both storyline and graphical horsepower. Clear your schedule if you start playing.
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.
WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2008 is not really a bad game, but it’s the same old title we have seen for years that’s in dire need of an overhaul.
TimeShift follows the adventures of a time-traveling scientist, and lets you freeze time to kill your enemies. But despite the cool concept, it never really pulls together.
Nathan Drake may be the video game industry’s latest action hero, but Uncharted: Drake's Fortune is probably also the PS3’s savior of 2007.
Assassin’s Creed combines good controls with beautiful vistas for an unforgettable game that follows the exploits of a twelfth century hitman.