Does Need for Speed: Most Wanted prove that the Vita can handle console-quality titles?
Does the culmination of Desmond's adventure live up soar to new heights or fall on its own blade?
Transformers Prime suffers from repetitive combat, but tells a good enough story for fans of the show.
Zone of the Enders HD Collection combines two great titles at a reasonable price. They're not perfect, but definitely worth your time.
Just when you think you've seen all that Telltale has to offer, there's Episode Four of The Walking Dead.
Don't let the title fool you, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is a fun game filled with tense battles and ridiculous gore.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted may not be Burnout, but with Criterion at the helm, that's the only name that really matters.
Episode 4 of Telltale's undead masterpiece keeps the tension high and drama thick.
The tragedy of Assassin's Creed III: Liberation isn't the overwhelming number of bugs. It's the wasted potential.
When does a $.99 game cost more than $.99? When it's Nun Attack. A great concept is mired down by the need for in-app purchases.
Thundercats are on the loose, but someone ought to find them and put them back in their cages after this miserable outing.
Does this packed holiday season have room for another military shooter? Time to suit up and find out, soldier.
Ubisoft's guitar teaching software may not be perfect, but its a fantastic convergence of instructional and game tropes that will be the launching point for many aspiring guitarists and bassists.
Does the first piece of DLC for Gearbox Software's exceptional software live up to the strengths of the main game?
This Silent Hill is not like the others, but that's not all bad... if you don't mind grinding, grinding and more grinding.