Resident Evil 6 is not one but four games, and Capcom has done a beautiful and stupid thing in its attempt to recreate a rich, diverse and storied series into one single title.
Despite originally pitching itself as a more serious fighter, Dead or Alive 5 stays very true to its roots.
FIFA 13 is definitely an improvement on its predecessor.
Borderlands 2 surpasses the original with sharper focus, better quests and more enjoyable blasting.
The subtle improvements are almost invisible to an untrained eye, but F1 nuts will find immeasurable satisfaction in taming and tuning this year’s cars to performance perfection.
PES 2013 manages to do something only the best arcade experiences achieve. It offers playability to those who want to dip their toes in and hardcore techniques for the serious gamer.
Tokyo Jungle should be praised for its originality, even though it isn't a consistently engaging experience.
Armored Kill is proof that DICE is still the best in the business at crafting these colossal worlds in which to play, and it's an expansion that makes Battlefield 3 feel vital and current once again.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is the best home console version of the series to date.
As Mass Effect 3's first post-release chunk of single-player downloadable content, Leviathan leaves a bittersweet taste.