If you have fond memories of playing Capcom games in the late eighties, then you'll really appreciate the selection of games on offer in Capcom Classics Collection.
Fans will no doubt appreciate Campbell's work as Ash, but that alone doesn't make the game worthwhile.
While EA is clearly shying away from a realistic take on the sport, Live 2006 is one of the better entries in the series with the superstar mode being by far its biggest highlight.
Call of Duty 2 is a thoroughly entertaining, immersive experience from start to finish that hardly ever skips a beat. You'd be a fool to miss out on such an involving first-person shooter.
Still The Daddy of the soldier sim genre. One of the true great videogames of the last five years.
Aside from some visual cutbacks this PlayStation 2 version has it all: Extended content, smooth controls, proper widescreen support and superb audio. Everyone should experience Resident Evil 4.
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.