As the new year rings in we take one of the biggest games of 2010 for a spin with the Japanese version.
World War II may have many games based on it, but none are as fun and original as The Saboteur.
Technology is moving rapidly forward, yet it seems that even as we get faster hardware we are still using the same basic applications and games.
Two downlodable episodes with attention to detail on a retail disc equals a strong package.
Ten million whistles blown? There'll be a whole lot more this year as EA scores again.
The series which started it all returns for another year, but may be slowly showing its cracks now.
Mario Brothers with Girls? That's what you get with Great Giana Sisters.
Harmonix brings the Fab Four to life in The Beatles Rockband and produce a sensational music rhythm game in the process.
Alex Mercer is no ordinary human and Prototype is no ordinary game. We review the supernatural world that is Prototype today.
Bust out your proton packs, the Ghostbusters are back in what is being termed 'the third movie'.
The Wii Motion Plus and EA bring a true competitor to the Virtua Tennis throne to the table.
Movie games have had an easier time of it in 2009, but then comes along this game which shows why Hollywood blockbusters do not make for good games.
A NES classic makes its return on the next-generation systems. Find out why this classic probably should have been left alone to age gracefully.
The formidable PS3 franchise makes a successful transition to the portable world. Find out why developers could learn a lot from this one.
In our first gaming review since the TTGamer merge, Simon fires up MADWORLD which is an inventive third-person action game exclusive to the Wii.