Fahrenheit raises the bar as far as 'interactive movies' go. It won't engage you on a traditional gameplay front, but will tell a story in a way that very few games have been able to in the past.
Meteos is a DS must-have and one of the great game experiences of recent times. Just don't expect to be able to look at Duplo bricks in the same way ever again.
187 Ride or Die isn't a horrible game; it's just let down by repetitive race types and rubber band AI that can really annoy you after a few hours' play.
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction is almost exactly as you'd hope a game based on the Incredible Hulk would be. Being the Hulk should be fun and the game delivers it in spades.
The extreme difficulty of the career mode tarnishes an otherwise great game. With that game mode lacking mainstream appeal, only hardcore rally fans will be able to enjoy all the game has to offer.