Call of Duty 3 might be a predominantly linear path shooter, but when the atmosphere and level of action on offer is this great, it really doesn't matter.
There is nothing revolutionary about Ridge Racer 7, but it is one of the best driving games on a console already busy with automotive titles.
It is great to see a well-loved series return to its best, but occasional NPC glitches, the stuttering frame rate and lack of online play are unforgivable on such a powerhouse of a console.
The Full Auto franchise certainly has the potential to grow into something that every gamer will have an interest in, but its PS3 debut fails to capitalise on this obvious opportunity.
Formula One Championship Edition may well fall behind big hitters Resistance and MotorStorm in terms of launch hype, but it's well worth the attention of all motorsport fans.
If you've never played Lemmings before then snap this up, but if you're already familiar with blockers and climbers, your PSN pennies are probably best spent elsewhere.
On the whole, this furious shooter is a nice little addition at a great price for any PS3 owner whose recent hardware purchase has left their wallet a little on the slim side.
It's hard to recommend this PlayStation 3 version over the superior Xbox 360 release, but PlayStation 3 owning Marvel fans shouldn't think twice about buying Ultimate Alliance.
Alone, online or on the same console with a friend, there's months of entertainment to be found here, even if it isn't really a next-gen experience.
Sonic fans might be able to stomach some of the game's many issues, but they really shouldn't be tolerated. Sonic the Hedgehog is a complete mess.