Despite a few niggles with the note structure changes and the nagging feeling that this could have all been DLC, Greatest Hits is still a lot of fun.
Young Harry Potter fans will likely play The Half-Blood Prince and have a good time, but experienced gamers will find the whole thing to be too simplistic and at times dull.
If the idea of playing a board game seems too last century this virtual edition might be worth a look, but be aware that this is only ever going to be second best.
If you're on the look out for a game to please a speed demon child who might not be able to grasp the complexities of the latest Gran Turismo, Ace Racers should fit the bill perfectly.
EA has made an effort to improve a series that has been tweaked to death over the past decade, and produced a game that all FIFA fans will be pleased with.
As a game adults can get something out of at the same time as younger gamers, it's perfect.
WALL.E on the PS2 is definitely the most accomplished version available. The emphasis on platforming and puzzles suits the character and makes for a more thoughtful game.
The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian is a great looking title which should thrill younger gamers no end, particularly if they're fans of the film.
Lego Indiana Jones doesn't quite live up to its Star Wars cousins, but it's still a brilliant adventure and great fun.
The core gameplay has been tweaked enough to make FIFA 08 feel slightly dated, but chances are FIFA 09 will improve on this even further.