That being said, The League is the best Blitz game to grace consoles but Xbox 360 owners can and should expect more from their football games.
Crackdown is a game that simply must be played if you are at all fond of free-roaming action games. The emphasis on super powers means that it's unlikely you'll have played anything like it before.
Battlestations Midway is bold, thrilling and immense, and deserves every success. The Action RTS has arrived and let's hope it is here to stay.
Fuzion Frenzy 2 is a rather uninspired mini-game collection that simply doesn't have the same appeal as the likes of Mario Party or the more recent Rayman Raving Rabbids.
Rather than being a rip-off, Lumines Live! represents one of the most impressive games available for the Xbox Live Arcade service
Heavy Weapon might be distinctly unoriginal in what it does, but it's a fun, action packed experience that is ideal for Microsoft's online service.
Star Trek fans may well get some enjoyment out of Star Trek Legacy's ambling space combat, but casual observers of the shows will want a more enthralling experience.
Fans of last year's console title will be thrilled by the new control scheme, making the game even more of a social life risk than before. You'll be playing this until FM 2008.
As far as console snooker sims go, World Snooker Championship 2007 does its job very well. Alone, online or on the same console with a friend, there's months of entertainment to be found here.
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition feels like a hardened old-skool title wrapped up in some lavish next-gen visuals. It's only let down by a poor save system and some insane difficulty spikes.