Metal Gear Solid 4 is a fitting coda to the series and the single best reason to own a PS3 so far.
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.
Braid asks that you forget everything you know about time.
Street Fighter IV combines old and new in powerful ways, resulting in a game familiar enough to bring retired fans back into the fold while being different enough to appeal to the players who have stuck with the genre since day one.
2K's latest hoops simulator isn't without issue, but those few problems barely register compared with the sheer volume of incredible content contained within this package.
Rayman: Origins is as gorgeously rendered a platformer as you're ever likely to see--and hey, it plays great too!
Even the most nostalgic Infinity Engine stalwarts will find a lot to love in this story-heavy RPG.
Journey stands as a prime example of the truly remarkable things that can be done via this medium.
Naughty Dog does more than go back to the well with Nathan Drake's greatest adventure yet.
Link's most ambitious adventure is one of Nintendo's crowning achievements.