Although the first game was a bit of a letdown, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen brings the series roaring back to game consoles and PCs everywhere, and does it with action and style.
Although we think this should be a $40 add-on instead of a $60 standalone game, Guitar Hero Smash Hits converts all the best GH songs to master tracks, and makes a fine "greatest hits" addition to the series.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine finally gives us a game that lives up to the awesome comic book persona that is Wolverine. Fans won’t be disappointed with this action-packed slash fest.
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.
Although built on the Guitar Hero: World Tour engine, Guitar Hero: Metallica adds some new elements to the game, like the ability to play the drums with two foot pedals, if you dare.
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows has a phenomenal character building engine, but falls a little flat in the graphics and story department, making it a forgettable Spider-man title.
After moving the series to a new developer and into the modern world, Call of Duty: World At War moves back to World War II. And you will find that WWII is still red hot.
Guitar Hero: World Tour does what was needed to compete with Rock Band: adding a full band complete with drums and a microphone to the mix. And for a first outing with a full band, it does a great job.
Little League World Series is about as fun as Wii Sports Baseball, but with a strong anime theme that even includes power-ups. Its fun for kids, but adults might get a bit bored.
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.