Like the leaves falling from the trees, one thing we can rely upon at this time of year is a slew of EA Sports annual updates. Is this one worth the cash with a new version soon to be released?
With enough legwork to make Forrest Gump wobble, Runner 2 strides proudly forward as the latest entry in the Bit.Trip series. With plenty of collectibles, characters and running ground, ready your best sneakers, get set and go!
Ciarán plays this hyper-cheesy, badass homage to the whole of the 80's and declares it the Best Thing Ever, in list form!
The eagerly awaited co-op crime caper delivers a healthy dose of pilferous fun but, as Colm finds, it's not without its shortcomings.
In a world where most AAAs seem mortally afraid of spreading their wings, BioShock Infinite is an absolute wonder. Colm reviews.
Ann says her days of hotpants and climbing around tombs are behind her, so why does she find the latest edition of Tomb Raider kicking all kinds of arse?
Crysis 3 is a game that consistently seems as if it's setting itself up for something better, but it never quite delivers. Colm reviews.
Judgement is the first in a new prequel trilogy of Gears of War games. Baird and Kilo Squad are indicted for war crimes and have to relive their actions through testimonies in a tale that will shape the future of Sera.
Granted, Nike+ Fitness Training isn't exactly a game, but it just might get a lot of gamers up and active.
Just Dance may be the name of the series, but Just Watch would be an equally apt title for the Wii U version. In the busy Christmas market for gaming, this one is probably best left on the side.
Far Cry 3 suffers from the usual big-game-small-plot problem, but does that really matter a tap when its open-world options are so massive and immersive?
Dragonborn is the biggest of the downloadable content available for Skyrim, so by default it's probably the best. But a weak main thread and a pale and uninteresting antagonist doesn't do the saga any favours.
With Most Wanted, the Need For Speed franchise is making definite advances towards the pick-up-and-play demographic, at the expense of immersion. Nanette O'Neill reviews.
Jumping from church spires into 6 inches of hay, sticking daggers in necks and wearing hoodies... but this time, there's so much more to Assassin's Creed. Rú reviews.
While not a terrible shooter by any means, Medal of Honour: Warfighter struggles to justify its existence in an already crowded market.