What a week with Madden's new features and obsessive details did for my love-hate relationship with my childhood team.
The latest entry in the Call of Duty series is all about cybernetic soldiers, increased mobility, and zombies.
Lego Jurassic World freshens up the formula. You can insert your own bone-related pun here.
Far Cry 4 borrows a lot from the last game, but it adds enough excitement, fresh ideas and a brilliant new landscape to warrant the return trip.
Dragon Age Inquisition isn't perfect -- but pretty close and very easily the best in the series by a wide margin.
Certainly an acquired taste, The Evil Within is sure to satiate the horror fanatic. For those with an appetite for an investment-heavy exploit through the mind of a madman, The Evil Within is more than capable, even with a few bumps along the way.
Even if you aren't a fan of the Tolkien universe, Shadow of Mordor is a great-looking and ultra-satisfying action game filled with remarkable villains and countless memorable moments.
Destiny is a victim of the hype machine created around it. It's a refined console shooter that feels great during the action, but goes stale during just about every other component of the game.
Child of Light is a brave move from a mainstream developer, and one that hopefully heralds a new way forward.
Grand Theft Auto V is an absolute triumph that fires on all cylinders. It's a relevant, witty, and satirical experience that's as smart as it is completely addicting.
This year's Madden football for Xbox 360 feels more like a throwback than a true step forward.
Dead Island: Riptide is a lot of the same and ultimately falls short of a what a great sequel should be made of.
In Gears of War: Judgment, a few new gameplay mechanics and some fresh faces add some longevity to a series that has just about run out of gas on Xbox 360.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance isn't for everyone, but the over-the-top swordplay action definitely has its moments.
Action-packed and suspenseful, Dead Space 3 impresses, even if it's a lot of the same.
Exploring a plastic version of Middle-earth is immensely satisfying in Lego The Lord of the Rings.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter doesn't merge its cliched parts into a satisfying whole, making it just another middle-of-the-road military shooter.
Subtle refinements and a great campaign boost WWE '13.