For those that get to grips with the driving dynamics and can tolerate the bare-bones structure, SEGA Rally is a fine re-imagining of a classic racing series.
As it is, it's a gorgeous, decent football game that's trying a bit too hard to be PES when it should be celebrating what it already was.
If you own a skateboard, get this game. Finally skating has its Pro Evo and the Hawk has a reason to ruffle its feathers.
There is absolutely no way any Halo fan will be disappointed by this game. You better believe the Chief has triumphantly returned. Now buy the game, cock the Assault Rifle, and finish the fight.
If you're after a well-balanced combat racer with a fair bit of energy and some wonderful details, Fatal Inertia is well worth considering.
It's got its flaws but if you like shooting things it's hard to see how you could play Stranglehold without a big grin on your face.
Medal of Honor is back with a bang that could shatter a dozen ramshackle out buildings across several derelict war-torn towns.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 would have been without doubt the best game in the series for years had it not been for the high number of bugs and uneven graphical presentation.
There's no getting away from the fact that Stuntman: Ignition is an infuriating game, but that doesn't automatically make it a bad one. Perseverance will reveal a highly rewarding experience.
While Blazing Angels 2 has its faults, it is still a decent title and a marked improvement on the first instalment from Ubisoft's Romania studio.