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.
Unreal Tournament 3 for the PlayStation 3 is a stunning looking, slick and polished FPS that every competitive PS3 gamer should add to their collection.
Conflict Denied Ops is a mess of a game in all senses of the term. Sadly, it joins a growing list of next-gen shooters that must be avoided at all costs.
FIFA Street 3 looks great and has more character than any sports game we've ever played, but its gameplay is too shallow and unrewarding to provide long-term entertainment.
Turok isn't an awful game, it's just an unbelievably frustrating one. It's definitely better than Evolution, but as reinventions go we wanted a whole lot more.
The Club is one of the finest examples of bringing the essence of arcade gaming to modern consoles and a game no adrenaline junkie should pass up.
Capcom has been very brave with its decision to replace Dante with Nero, and has been extremely slack in terms of game design, but, on the whole, DMC4 will leave fans gagging for more.
PixelJunk Monsters is another fine addition to the PSN line-up for the PlayStation 3.
For true next-gen arcade racing thrills Burnout Paradise is most definitely your best option. Criterion has delivered a game that every gamer should have in their collection.
Sony's PSN is full of high quality releases, but High Velocity Bowling isn't one of them.