The PlayStation 3 bags another top-notch JRPG in its twilight years with Tales Of Xillia, a deep and rewarding adventure with a keen visual eye and kinetic combat system. But does its story do enough to keep you hooked for the entirety of its lengthy tale? Read our full review to find out!
More physical than a Neil "Razor" Ruddock challenge from behind, FIFA 13 once agin improves on the beautiful game, adding new player physics features for the most realistic kick-about ever. Find out why it's time to cough up for yet another FIFA season ticket.
The kings of first person shooters, id Software, are back with Rage, their first major release since 2004's Doom 3. An apocalyptic open-world shooter running on the new impressive Tech 5 graphics engine, does Rage do enough to see id Software remain the gun-slinging supremos? Read on to find out!
Turn10 studios really laid down the gauntlet with Forza Motorsport 3, a deep, accomplished racer that was as realistic as it was fun. Can this year's sequel, Forza Motorsport 4 go one better and overtake Gran Turismo 5 to take pole position?
Age of Empires Online represents the dawn of a new era for Microsoft's flagship RTS series. In the hands of new developers and with added online social features, this free-to-play title has one eye on the future and one foot in the past. Can it bring the old and new together in harmony, or will gamers be warring against this new direction for the veritable series? Read on to find out.
Pixar's Cars 2 races onto the Xbox 360 and PS3 following the release of the summer sequel in cinemas. Have the Disney team pushed the anthropomorphised motors the extra mile, or is this just another Hollywood cash-in?
What would you get if you stripped away the often-rubbish story flak from the most recent Resident Evil games and focussed purely on the baddie-blasting action? Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, that's what. The first truly adults-only game for the 3DS, can a title that began life as bonus game mode stand tall against other entries in the veritable horror series?
LEGO Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars explores uncharted territory by focussing on the recent Star Wars TV shows rather than the classic movies. Does it have the same punch as its predecessors?