Company of Heroes is fantastic in the short term and gameplay is well executed. But the longer you play this the more frustrating it becomes.
Typical price: $89.95
Outrageously irreverent, eccentric, and self-aware, No More Heroes 2 is a giant robot full of fun.
Typical price: $79.95
Brothers In Arms is an intriguing experiment, but is not a game best suited to the iPhone. The control system, while interesting, will have you tugging out huge tufts of hair in frustration. At least the soundtrack is excellent.
Typical price: $7.99
Some flight-combat buffs will probably dislike the game's loose style, but people who aren't necessarily looking for a pitch-perfect simulation of the conflict will enjoy Heroes of the Pacific.
Typical price: $100.00
There's a new crop of heroes getting superpowers in the "Heroes Reborn" miniseries, but the Company is back hunting them down to try to steal their abilities in this trailer from Comic-Con.
The GoPro Hero+ LCD isn't exactly a bargain for its entry-level specs, but if you appreciate a streamlined feature set and its built-in touchscreen, it's worth the extra money over the very basic Hero.
GoPro sheds its housing for the Hero4 Session, an excellent POV camera that's ready to capture what the day brings -- in or out of the water -- at the press of a button.
A fun new infographic stacks up the onscreen mayhem and finds out who's the least and most destructive superhero out there.
The lovable Japanese nerd is back in NBC's "Heroes" sequel. Who will he save now?
GameSpot's Justin Haywald, Chris Watters, and Mike Mahardy talk about the pros and cons from the latest Guitar Hero and Rock Band games, and who they think is currently coming out on top.