The Bottom Line: This year's Madden football for Xbox 360 feels more like a throwback than a true step forward. Read review
Specs: Everyone, EA Sports, Sports
The Bottom Line: Super Mario 3D Land eases you in with creative level design and tight controls while leaving plenty of challenging content to be discovered. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Nintendo, Action, Action - platformer, Fantasy, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: The PC version of Spider-Man: The Movie succeeds mostly in capturing the essence of Marvel Comics' popular superhero. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Gray Matter, Action, Third-Person Shooter, Fantasy, 1 Player
Specs: Everyone, Game Freak, Role-Playing
The Bottom Line: Seeing the three original Star Wars stories play out as Lego toys is a treat, and the game is also a good action adventure in its own right. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Amaze Entertainment, Action, Action - third person shooter, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: Though an enjoyable addition to the series, Mario Party 9 is much too familiar and predictable. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Nd Cube, Party, Miscellaneous - party
The Bottom Line: Lock On clearly has the potential to be an all-time classic sim, but there are some serious problems in the retail version. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Eagle Dynamics, Simulation, Modern Jet Flight Sim, Modern, 1-32 Players
The Bottom Line: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon is a highly entertaining sequel over a decade in the making and is one of the 3DS' newest must-plays. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Next Level Games, Action, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: More than just Mario Party with a different mascot, Rayman Raving Rabbids makes great use of the Wii technology to create a bizarrely enjoyable minigame collection. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Ubisoft Montpellier, Action, Action - adventure, Fantasy, 1-4 Players
The Bottom Line: Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games proves that it's still worth having a party with these two gaming legends. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Racjin, Sports, Sports - olympic sports
The Bottom Line: No matter how many parties you have going on on your Wii already, this is one that you don't want to miss. Read review
The Bottom Line: Brunswick Pro Bowling proffers dry simulation fare that only a big fan of professional bowling could love. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Point of View, Sports, 1-4 Players
The Bottom Line: Not an intensely complicated game with intricate strategic developments to begin with, it's now just a guess-fest. Read review
Specs: Everyone, NMS Software, Strategy, General Action, 1-4 Players
The Bottom Line: This is a triumphant remake of a classic strategy game, featuring an intoxicating blend of action, strategy, role-playing, and pure fun. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Firaxis Games, Strategy, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: It's not the evolution the title leads you to believe, but this fitness product is a good first step at using Kinect as an exercise tool. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Ubisoft Montreal, Exercise / Fitness, Sports - fitness, Realistic
The Bottom Line: Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament 2004, is pure, uncompromised card battling, and it's probably one of the best Yu-Gi-Oh! games to come out on any platform. Read review
Specs: Everyone, KCEJ, Card Battle, Miscellaneous - cards, Fantasy, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: FIFA 12 is the definitive football game: challenging, addictive, and with more excellent features than ever before. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Electronic Arts, Sports, Sports - soccer simulation
Specs: Everyone, Electronic Arts, Compilation, Miscellaneous - board games
The Bottom Line: Innovative, addictive, and delightfully weird, World of Goo is a superb puzzle game. Read review
Specs: Everyone, 2D Boy, Puzzle, 1-2 Players
Specs: Everyone, ValuSoft, Driving, Racing / driving - drag, 1-2 Players
Specs: Everyone, EA Tiburon, Sports
The Bottom Line: Update to FIFA 2006 focusing on the World Cup tournament itself. Read review
Specs: Everyone, EA Canada, Sports, Sports - soccer simulation, Realistic, 1-4 Players
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