If you're planning plenty of get-togethers, Rock Band will provide more than enough enjoyment to warrant its price tag.
With more variety in the roster, an improved move set and more game modes future TNA games could take the wrestling belt, but for now it'll have to make do with being a very worthy challenger.
If the idea of Pac-man surviving a monster invasion sounds good, add this to your growing PSN collection.
If you like the idea of messing with some storm troopers to the extent that it verges on Force-fuelled torture we recommend you give The Force Unleashed a look.
At £12 you've probably already made your mind up about WipEout HD, but in case you're on the fence we whole heartedly recommend you download it as soon as it hits the PlayStation Store.
FaceBreaker has a lot going for it, from its superb visuals and style to the rather excellent character creation tool, but the button-mashing gameplay and easy exploits ruin all the good work.
Existing Tiger owners will have to weigh up if the additions this year are worth another purchase, but if you've been out of the game for a while there's no better time to return to the links.
Once you start blowing things up with massive explosions there's a game here that is worth a look, but it's criminally unpolished and as such will leave many gamers rather unsatisfied.
If thought of as a mini-adventure rather than a full game it ranks up there with the best the series has ever offered and as such is essential to all action loving PS3 owners.
This game takes no prisoners - it stamps on weakness like a malicious child who's found an unfortunate snail.