A casual, easy to pick up, competitive approach to the fighting genre that leaves aside the high skill prerequisite, thereby making it instantly accessible.
Angry Birds: Star Wars; Apocalypse Max: Better Dead than Undead; About Love, Hate and the Other Ones; Endless Road
If you have copious amounts of space in your living room, Nike+ Kinect Training offers a good alternative to the gym.
If you’re looking for a game that can tax your brain and deliver a highly satisfying pay off for your patience, Absolution is right up your alley.
Totem Runner, Carmageddon, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, and He-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe.
It's brutal, fast paced and satisfying, but the shortage of content really holds back Painkiller Hell and Damnation.
If you are a bit saturated with the Call of Duty formula and were expecting something new, don’t bother, especially at this price.
BFG Edition is not the best HD collection, but it's not the worst either. However, the price being what it is, you're better of waiting for a price drop, unless you're suffering from extreme nostalgia.
F1 Race Stars is distinctly un-Codemasters in every aspect. The presentation, while cute, doesn’t live up to the developer’s high standards, and the lack of drifting and the poor sense of speed are criminal in a game such as this.
Assassin’s Creed 3 isn’t quite the leap forward for the franchise that many were hoping for, but it’s a refreshing new take on an addictive formula that will entertain and thrill you even through its frequent missteps.
Halo 4 can be guilty of not changing enough or changing too much, but at the end of it day, it's still a Halo game at its core. And a great one too.
Most Wanted is a bit of a letdown because for everything it does right, it smacks you over the head with annoying issues that prevent it from becoming a worthy successor to the 2005 classic.
With its ultra-violent intense action, striking retro graphics, surreal storyline and pounding soundtrack, Hotline Miami is one of the most satisfying gaming experiences in recent times.
While enjoyable, Medal of Honor: Warfighter ends up feeling like a half baked dish that would have tasted a lot better had it been in the oven a little while longer.
Grid’s tight, intense gameplay; Test Drive Unlimited 2’s vast expanses and variety; Gran Turismo 5’s ambition; and Forza Motorsport’s depth and attention to detail - Forza Horizon manages to cram all of that into one game, and the end result is quite simply the complete racing game.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown may be a reboot but it's also one of the most exemplary achievements in gaming this generation.
Captain Scarlett and her Pirate's Booty is a good addition to Borderlands 2 as long as you keep your expectations in check.
Sports Champions 2 is more of an extension to the franchise than a sequel - five new sports to add to the six you already had. If you’ve been looking for a reason to dust off your Move kit, you won’t find too many better reasons than this.
The perfect mouse for right-handed gamers who want really high DPI settings along with a good amount of customisation and excellent build quality.
Die-hard fans will love it and newcomers will have a whale of a time, but you can’t help but wonder how much further this series can go without falling into the same trap Rock Band fell into.
Bad Piggies, Real Football 2013, Crafty Creatures, and Slice the Ice.
Hell Yeah can be a game that's absurd, funny, charming, infuriating and exhilarating all at the same time.
Dishonored isn't perfect but it does bring about some much needed evolution to the stealth genre, making it a must-play, especially for fans of the genre.
If you're into the series and don't mind the average controls, Resident Evil 6 may be worth your time. Everyone else might want to give it a look when it's discounted, if only to see how far the series has fallen from its prime.