RipTen Review: Need for Speed: Most Wanted (Vita)

Does Need for Speed: Most Wanted prove that the Vita can handle console-quality titles?

RipTen Review: Assassin’s Creed III (PS3)

Does the culmination of Desmond's adventure live up soar to new heights or fall on its own blade?

RipTen Review: Transformers Prime (3DS)

Transformers Prime suffers from repetitive combat, but tells a good enough story for fans of the show.

RipTen Review: Zone of the Enders HD Collection (360)

Zone of the Enders HD Collection combines two great titles at a reasonable price. They're not perfect, but definitely worth your time.

RipTen Review: The Walking Dead Episode 4 (PC)

Just when you think you've seen all that Telltale has to offer, there's Episode Four of The Walking Dead.

RipTen Review: Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (PC)

Don't let the title fool you, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is a fun game filled with tense battles and ridiculous gore.

RipTen Review: Need for Speed: Most Wanted (360)

Need for Speed: Most Wanted may not be Burnout, but with Criterion at the helm, that's the only name that really matters.

RipTen Review: The Walking Dead Episode 4: Around Every Corner (360)

Episode 4 of Telltale's undead masterpiece keeps the tension high and drama thick.

RipTen Review: Assassins Creed III: Liberation (Vita)

The tragedy of Assassin's Creed III: Liberation isn't the overwhelming number of bugs. It's the wasted potential.

RipTen Review: Nun Attack (iOS)

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.

RipTen Review: Thundercats (DS)

Thundercats are on the loose, but someone ought to find them and put them back in their cages after this miserable outing.

RipTen Review: Medal of Honor: Warfighter (360)

Does this packed holiday season have room for another military shooter? Time to suit up and find out, soldier.

RipTen Review: Rocksmith (PC)

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.

RipTen Review: Borderlands 2: “Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty” (360)

Does the first piece of DLC for Gearbox Software's exceptional software live up to the strengths of the main game?

RipTen Review: Silent Hill: Book of Memories (Vita)

This Silent Hill is not like the others, but that's not all bad... if you don't mind grinding, grinding and more grinding.