Dark Mirror is yet another swansong for the PS2, and gives those who have stuck by their last-gen console one more reason to smirk at the PlayStation 3.
Sony has once again produced a well-considered sing-along and once more broadened the range of genres and styles covered by SingStar.
Sony's latest is brilliant, and could tempt a whole new kind of non-gamer to the wonderful world of video games.
If you've exhausted your previous track supply, or are new to the global phenomenon and fancy a bit of shrill warbling at the weekend, give this latest song collection a try.
Accept that you're going to long for better tracks and wish there were a good deal more, and you'll get a good few weeks of solid play out of Rocks the 80s.
Not much can be said about SingStar '90s. If you like SingStar and like the thirty tunes listed on the box, you'll love it.
This Battlezone clone is no classic.
Shrek the Third is bound to please youngsters eager for more of their favourite loveable green ogre, but it's really nothing more than a cynical cash in.
Stomping around for a few minutes will bring some fun, but as far as summer movie licensed video games go, Transformers is sadly one of the worst we've seen this year.
While the core mechanics of Order of the Phoenix are verging on excellent, the game that's been built around them is basically a series of chores in disguise. A missed opportunity.