There are lots and lots of great games heading your way in the next few months, and here at GAME HQ we're as excited as you lot are to give them a go. So, we went round the digital team with a prodding stick to find out just what games the team here are really itching to play...
This week's new GAME releases see you time shifting, demon slaying, spell casting, bone crunching and shape shifting.
Towards the end of last year, we saw veritable avalanche of amazing games roll over us, leaving us swamped but happy with top-notch titles. Surely that's more than enough new games to leave even the greediest gamer feeling stuffed and satisfied?
This Christmas week sees Bioware release its first online multiplayer RPG, Star Wars: The Old Republic, while next year brings the third (and final?) instalment in their epic sci-fi saga, Mass Effect 3. So how did the Canadian code factory reach the top of the RPG tree?
Games. Girls. Historically they've not really been words you put together, at least not in a positive way. But things are changing. Female characters are stronger, bolder, more prominent and, most importantly, playable. This is our run-down of some of the best and brightest girls in gaming today.
In the years following the turn of the millennium, it seemed like the honeymoon period for fighting games was finally over. But Tekken, SoulCalibur, Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat have all come back for another round...
In celebration of all things vile and villainous, the digital team has once again been gently prodded to share with you our favourite evil-doers. These are the people, who, in the style of Bugsy Malone, are "the very best at being bad"
Four button controls are simple for fight novices to get to grips with, but for advanced masters, Aerial Rave air attacks, Baroque extended combos and Mega Crash defensive moves are designed to bring the pain.
With Prince of Persia returning to consoles in the very same month the Hollywood version hits the big screen, what better excuse to look back at how others have fared when games and films overlap?