Adding an online video repository and an online store full of songs takes SingStar to exciting new heights.
Haze ticks most of the boxes on the "things a first-person shooter should have" form, but doesn't do so in a particularly interesting way.
Metal Gear Solid 4 is a fitting coda to the series and the single best reason to own a PS3 so far.
Poker Smash's name might fool you into thinking it's all chips, cards, and bluffing. But this puzzle game will take you by surprise with its sharp gameplay.
Bad Company's pro-explosion agenda makes its solo and multiplayer components markedly better than they would be otherwise.
Lego Indy is an endearing romp through the classic swashbuckling films, but the Lego gameplay's rough edges are starting to show.
Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy is a flashy action game that's sabotaged by a brief runtime and a lack of depth.
Burnout Paradise takes some risks with some of the series' most basic concepts, and the end result pays off surprisingly well.
Professor Layton and the Curious Village is an outstanding mix of charm and logic that's likely to make a pretty deep impression on you.
Smash Bros. Brawl is probably at its best when enjoyed by a group of four friends, but solo players with an eye for Nintendo nostalgia aren't totally left out.