Metal Slug Anthology is a worthy addition to anyone's game collection and is without doubt one of the finest platform shooter titles yet released.
Tomb Raider was always more of a platformer than an action game, and this is exactly what the guys at Crystal Dynamics have delivered.
As the first game in a new series SBK '07 is a solid effort, but work needs to be done if superbikes are going to become a prominent fixture in the gaming calendar.
Whilst the whole package is graphically very dated and lacking in originality, there is an undeniable depth to this tactical shooter that knows exactly what its target demographic wants.
If you're after more Burnout on the PSP then this is well worth adding to your collection, but on the PS2 Burnout Revenge is by far the better option.
As an affordable dip into a strange land of niche gaming, it is worth every penny. It's thoroughly playable and very addictive.
Well designed, accessible and hilarious, never has a game caused so many neighbourly complaints or united so many gamers and non-gamers on one noisy level playing field.
Don't buy Buzz! The Mega Quiz if you're not planning to play with friends as you'll miss out on the game's core game mode, but social gamers should lap this up.
If Vanguard is the series' swan song to good times past then it is a perfectly fitting goodbye to the games that defined modern WWII titles.
There's nothing particularly new about what God of War 2 brings to video games but as a popcorn game nothing but its older brother comes close to being as epic and downright entertaining.