Bad Company's pro-explosion agenda makes its solo and multiplayer components markedly better than they would be otherwise.
Even when Far Cry 3's story eventually falls short of its promising start, you won't have as much fun hunting tigers, crashing hang gliders, and stabbing pirates in any other game.
Super Meat Boy hates you, but don't let that stop you from loving every minute of this hilarious, over-the-top platformer from Hell.
Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe successfully merges the two worlds while also delivering a great new fighting system for the current generation of consoles.
The variety afforded by LBP2's more sophisticated tools allow creators to build levels that are exponentially more complicated and interesting than what was possible in the first game.
The Stick of Truth is one of the rare instances of a licensed game done exactly right.
Wii Sports Resort is more--much more--of what made you fall in love with the Wii in the first place.
Whether you're on the track racing or off the track tuning and designing cars, Forza Motorsport 3 is incredible.
Syndicate gives you a great set of tools that make shooting at the world around you a lot of fun whether you're playing alone or with a team.
Chinatown Wars doesn't attempt to fully duplicate the console GTA experience, and the end result is a much better game than what PSP owners have received in the past.