Dark Sector won't be remembered as a classic game from this generation, but its thrilling combat and sensational visuals make it well worth adding to your collection.
Turning Point is so devoid of the qualities needed in a modern FPS that it's impossible to sugar coat. It's just a very bad game, plain and simple.
In the end GT5 Prologue is pretty essential for GT fans but its enhanced demo nature is more than obvious in various parts of the package.
SEGA Superstars Tennis is a great bit of fan service for SEGA's army of die-hard supporters but it's also a highly entertaining game of tennis that almost everyone will get some fun out of.
As long as you're not expecting a complete overhaul of the gameplay seen in the original, Vegas 2 will provide plenty of terrorist hunting fun.
With more polished and exhilarating off-road racers on the market for next-gen consoles MX Vs. ATV Untamed will struggle to find much success outside of its existing fan base.
As a trial for a new gameplay concept Army of Two does its job, but as a great game it falls someway short. Playable but ultimately pretty disappointing.
Playing DW6 feels like being forced to listen to the Spice Girls' "Wannabe" while a leprechaun pinches that flabby bit under your arm.
If you want to visit the Lost island and don't mind having your hand held throughout, give Lost a look. Just don't expect a new super TV show/video game hybrid genre.
All in all, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition feels like a hardened old-skool title wrapped up in some lavish next-gen visuals that have unfortunately lost much of their sparkle in the port to PS3.