Read our 'Dunwall City Trials' review to find out whether the first piece of 'Dishonored' DLC is a worthy expansion - or just a hollow set of challenges.
Does the Slingshot DLC for 'XCOM: Enemy Unknown' have what it takes to be a worthwhile addition to the game? Read our review to find out.
Read our 'Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of of Two' review to find out if Junction Point's second Mickey Mouse game addresses the shortcomings, and builds on the strengths, of its predecessor.
Read our review of 'Fable: The Journey' to find out if it legitimizes Kinect as a control interface for genres other than mini-game collections and dance simulators.
'Pro Cycling Manager 2012' brings a lot to the plate for both cycling and management enthusiasts, but can it attract more than just hardcore fans? Read our review.
'Babel Rising' brings a twist to the 'God Game' genre, challenging players to defend the heavens from tower-building villagers. But is the experience worth the price? Read our review.
The 'Resistance' franchise returns with 'Resistance: Burning Skies' on the PlayStation Vita. But is this portable shooter worth your time - or is it just another generic FPS? Read our review.
'Mad Riders' is an ATV racing title that has the tracks and modes of a retail racer but the price tag of a downloadable title. Read our review.
Can Activision and Double Helix Games' attempt to offer a shooter-strategy hybrid in 'Battleship' overcome the tried and true tradition of movie tie-in games existing only as a cash grab? Read on for our review.
'Fable Heroes' ditches the complex decisions and varied combat in favor of a family-friendly, board game-esque downloadable title. Read our review to find out if it pays off.
'Samurai Sword Destiny' is currently available on the Nintendo 3DS via download on the eShop. Does this blood-filled button masher impress? Read our review.
'Kinect: Star Wars' has finally come to a galaxy near you. Is it a must have title for Kinect owners or just uninspired shoverware stamped with the 'Star Wars' brand? Read our review.
Nine years after it first released, 'Rayman 3 HD' arrives on PSN and XBLA sporting upgraded visuals and sounds, but does its gameplay stand the test of time? Read our review.
'Blades of Time' is the latest game from Gaijin Entertainment. Does the title's rewind mechanic, coupled with hack and slash action gameplay, make for an intriguing purchase? Read our review to find out.
'Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City' attempts to take the series in a different direction through a team-shooter but is the trip back to the ill-fated city worth the detour? Read our review.
Is 'Deadly 30' the newest indie darling to hit the scene? Or does this zombie shooter need more brains? Read our review to find out.
Does 'Defenders of Ardania,' from Paradox Interactive, deliver a great tower defense experience on a console or does the game demand too much time for too little pay off? Read our review.
'Army Corps of Hell' for the PlayStation Vita is a little bit 'Pikmin' and a little bit 'Overlord'. But is that a winning combination? Read our review.
'Burn Zombie Burn!' developer doublesix is back with 'All Zombies Must Die!' Does the game, a mashup of RPG and twin-stick shooter, deliver grisly buckets of fun? Read our review.