With so many more polished next-gen games on offer, even those desperate enough to buy anything are recommended to at least wait for the inevitable bargain bin sale.
EA's latest brawler isn't worth passing by all together, but the broken fighting mechanics and sluggish pacing are enough to keep it from reaching true icon status.
A proper next-gen makeover would certainly have made it more appealing but The Godfather is still a solid and often entertaining free-roaming action title.
With hundreds of hours of gameplay, and an unprecedented amount of quests to be completed, I couldn't possibly recommend Oblivion enough. Great job Bethesda. Sorry social life.
If you already own the 360 version there's no need to pick this up, but exclusive PS3 players should seriously consider adding it to their collection.
F.E.A.R. is certainly worth experiencing, but you're better off with the PC or Xbox 360 versions if you've got that option.
Minor gripes aside, Homecourt is a deliciously addictive baller and a commendable next-gen Street effort on EA's part.
Better avoided if you are not a die-hard fan, this is certainly one for the Gundam devotees only.
Splinter Cell Double is an impressive single and multiplayer experience but it's far more polished on the Xbox 360.
Now that you can play online, this is the most essential version of Tekken yet and a great use of the PSN.