With the new year fast approaching, let's have a look at the biggest – and potentially the best - games of 2014.
2013 was an amazing year for games, but still contained its fair share of letdowns. Here are the worst offenders.
There's a lot of hate towards the games of the week...
Microsoft's reversal on digital delivery and Sony's decision to make PS4 more akin to a PC mean the consoles are closer in power and software than ever. So what, exclusives aside, differentiates them?
Microtransactions aren't necessarily evil, but Killer Instinct's model deserves to get knocked out.
One member of the team is playing Skylanders. But who may that be?
A veritable motion-control nightmare, but don't write off Kinect just yet.
Instead it's just one of a handful of problems that keep Rivals from greatness.
It's time for the next-generation to become this-generation, and the last-generation to disappear entirely!
Ryse may rely heavily on its visuals to win people over, but that doesn't mean there's not a certain amount of fun that can be had with it.
Forget the pretty graphics, it's Drivatar that makes Forza 5 next-gen.
Not just thrown in to appease older fans, Nightmare mode is a great advert for Dead Rising 3's tech.
It's next-generation time, baby! But we're not all playing next-gen games...
Some of the industry's biggest developers have their say in what they believe to be the highlights of this generation.
The differences you can expect to encounter on the Xbox One versions of Call of Duty: Ghosts and Battlefield 4.