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.
2011 has been a fantastic year for gaming most recognisable face, Nintendo Mario, and 2012 looks set to be another. From platforming to kart racing, tennis, Olympic sports, role playing and party games, the portly yet agile plumber is clearly a highly versatile character who can do it all. Here, GAME takes a look back at a couple of the best Mario games from this year, in case you missed them, and looks ahead to some of 2012 undoubted highlights.
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?
Was there ever any doubt that Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty: Black Ops would be this year's Christmas number one?