Super Mario Galaxy 2 sees both Nintendo and Mario himself in top form, delivering an adventure that's as consistently exciting and inventive as ever.
Stark, gruesome, and gorgeous, this indie puzzle platformer will stick in your mind long after you've seen it to the end.
Firaxis offers a hardcore turn-based strategy experience that nearly anyone can approach, without sacrificing any of its wildly addictive appeal.
Sifting through user-created LittleBigPlanet levels and seeing the wonderful and weird things that people are making is a great way to spend an afternoon, a week, a month...
Harmonix brings the thrill back to rhythm games with a title that reminds you why your living room is cluttered with plastic controllers in the first place.
GTA: Chinatown Wars looks amazing on the DS, and the game retains enough of what Grand Theft Auto fans are looking for to make for a great experience.
Dirt 3 isn't as big a jump forward as Dirt 2 was, but tweaks and additional modes and features make it as deep as it is fun.
The third installment in the Mario brothers' handheld RPG series is the funniest and most engaging one yet.
Guerrilla's got something really special here.
BioWare's big new sci-fi sequel presents a more seamless blend of action and role-playing that bests its predecessor in every conceivable way.