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.
A seemingly simple puzzle game for the Nintendo DS, Prism: Light the Way, combines challenging gameplay with innovative levels to make an addicting puzzler.
Traxxpad: Portable Studios can create an amazing transformation on your PSP: it will turn it from a simple game device into a professional music studio.
Despite the controversy surrounding this game, we actually found Kane and Lynch: Dead Men to be an enjoyable and somewhat innovative shooter.
While Chili Con Carnage won’t be winning any diversity awards, it does provide a funny and gory playing experience for PSP gamers.
Glory Days 2 puts you in the pilot’s seat of choppers and jets, fighting for king and country, just like an old arcade game that comes to mind.
If you like Sudoku but are looking to spice it up a bit, Zendoku is basically a martial arts game where the weapon of choice is a Sudoku board.
Think of Nervous Brickdown as the classic Breakout supped up and modernized. The play concept is simple, but will have you enthralled for hours.
The Tomb Raider Franchise was in danger of collapse, but Anniversary brings everything back into focus as a slightly remade classic, and a great game in its own right.
Ancient Wars: Sparta may have been inspired by the 300 movie, but to compare the two would be a grievous insult – to the movie.