With a great game engine and genuinely enjoyable racing, it's a shame that the story mode, annoying AI and lack of multiplayer modes prevent the game from being a blast to play.
Joyous controls and little nuances make Pro Evolution Soccer 5 the best game in the series and the best football game of this generation.
Cold War is merely competent, and in a genre packed with classics, it's just not good enough.
All in all, Dragon Ball Z: BT is a game for fans of the series, but the learning curve is pretty steep and will result in many players feeling rather lost.
The Warriors is an excellent videogame adaptation of a classic movie that uses the license really well. Combat may be simple, but it's the story and overall authenticity that will keep you hooked.
F.E.A.R. is action packed from start to finish. Bar an ending that will leave you with more questions than answers and some ridiculously steep hardware requirements, there's little not to enjoy.
Marvel Nemesis is a big waste. Given the Marvel licence and EA's generally solid production values, how it has turned out is rather surprising. Even superhero fans should stay well clear.
A good 'pick up and play' title, The Suffering: Ties That Bind, ticks all the boxes but doesn't redefine them.
Overall, World War II Tank Commander is budget through and through. There are no stand out features, but there's also nothing show stoppingly bad about it.
This is the best Spider-Man experience yet, but with its inexcusable length and lack of any replay value, Ultimate-Spider Man ends up being a pretty good game instead of a phenomenal one.