In the game Injustice: Gods Among Us, Batman and friends get together to bash each other up. Worth buying? Read on.
Snake isn't around this time, but Metal Gear is just as good without him. Check out our opinions on Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.
Five years in development by Gearbox? Then, we ask, what the heck happened to this game?!
Isaac Clarke going is going to have another bad day.
Why didn't they just port MadWorld? You'll really need to be into multiplayer to enjoy this title, and even then it's not a certainty.
Agent 47 returns, but this is not the Hitman you know.
Medal of Honor returns, but perhaps it shouldn't have.
World War 2 meets Splinter Cell?
A long time coming, but worth the wait on the 3DS.
One of the greatest MGS games goes portable on the Nintendo 3DS. Check out our full review.
Ezio returns for a third game, and perhaps he is a bit long in the tooth.
Naughty Dog deliver a video gaming master piece.
Today we get some hands on time with one of 2011s biggest 3DS games.
Resident Evil goes portable on the 3DS. Let's see if this third person action shooter can impress.
The sequel to Rez in everything but name.
The famous series returns in 3D along with some other surprises.
What many call the best fighting game series returns for a new generation.
This game will have you wanting to not turn out the lights.
Frank West returns to join Chuck in an Xbox Live Arcade game set after Dead Rising 2.
A classic returns to the motion controlled Wii. Does it make the jump well?
With just twelve months between games, can Ubisoft continue its winning ways with Ezio?
With no Bond movie, Activision has been forced to come up with its own story. Find out if it lives up to the Bond name.
The hapless duo are back and have done what they do best; get themselves into trouble. Is it only dog days for them, or us gamers, too?
Elements of Mass Effect 2 plus Bond style espionage. Sounds like a good mix, but can it truly deliver?
Sam Fisher returns and he is mad. Find out what makes Sam's latest a triumphant return to the series.
Kratos returns in one of the most visually stunning video games you will ever play.
Avalanche takes the open world genre by the scruff of its neck and gives it a real good shake up.
Dark Void relies on Jetpacks for the excitement factor. Is it enough to keep interest?
World War II may have many games based on it, but none are as fun and original as The Saboteur.
Two downlodable episodes with attention to detail on a retail disc equals a strong package.
Mario Brothers with Girls? That's what you get with Great Giana Sisters.
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'.
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.
It has been a long time coming, but Lucasarts were wise to make sure The Force Unleashed was ready for primetime.
Not much has changed since the original, but Mercenaries 2 is still a quality action title.
A downloadable game with retail game quality? Quest for Booty gives everyone a glimpse at the future of gaming.
A Bourne game has finally been released, but perhaps the wait is why this is one movie game worth looking at.
PS3 gamers, prepare for a treat, as Metal Gear Solid 4 is the real deal.
Light gun games could be back thanks to the Wii, but Ghost Squad is not the perfect catalyst.
The DMC series feels right at home on the Xbox platform for the first time.
The much enjoyed Battlefront gameplay makes its way onto the PSP with Renegade Squadron.
We preview some of the planes and weapons you can expect to see in this action packed WWII air combat release.
This original Xbox exclusive translates well to the power of the PS3 console.
The PC version is here, but struggles to shed its console port tag.
Spiderman hits the next gen platforms, but not without its fair share of disappointments.
The GRAW series is back but has it managed to add on to the original enough for the full price tag?