Top Games of 2011
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top games of 2011, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Few games offer up as much as Gears of War 3, and even fewer manage to do it this successfully.
While casual players might question whether much is different a year down the road after 2010, those in the know will agree that F1 2011 is the most complete representation of the sport to date.
Aside from some visual cutbacks this PlayStation 2 version has it all: Extended content, smooth controls, proper widescreen support and superb audio. Everyone should experience Resident Evil 4.
FIFA 12 feels like a brand new and more realistic football experience. The King is dead. Long live the King: FIFA 12.
The console port of Crysis is excellent, so if you've never had a PC up to the job now's your chance to see what all the fuss was about.
Alongside manifold technical improvements, Forza 4 brings a noticeable spark of excitement to the series.
FM 12 is painfully addictive, screen-shatteringly frustrating at times but so moreish it's like the computer game equivalent of Chocolate Fingers.
Uncharted 3's trivial flaws are buried beneath a tidal wave of big-budget spectacle, and a genuine narrative warmth far beyond most blockbuster titles.
Super Mario 3D Land is a step back and a leap forward. As a gateway drug for those reluctant to embrace Mario in three dimensions, the game should be a huge success.
Skyrim is easily one of the strongest and best examples of the Western RPG, and it further establishes Bethesda's reputation as one of the most talented and creative forces in the gaming industry.