Survival horror fans get ready, the SAW movie franchise gets its first video game adaptation this month. Saw puts you in the role of a victim who must escape the Jigsaw killer's elaborate traps and puzzles.
Mario, Sonic, and friends are back at it, competing in the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. The sequel to the incredibly popular Summer Games title features events like curling, snowboarding, and the skeleton.
While the original DS exclusive Drawn to Life game was a sleeper-hit, the sequel looks to expand on its audience by offering a Wii version as well. Players can draw their own characters and objects for use in the game, experiencing a very unique feeling of customization.
Everyone's favorite Wombat and Robot duo is back in a brand-new adventure that will conclude the story line from the two previous games. Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time will explore space this time around, with plenty of collectibles and items to gather.
Forza Motorsport 3 is the latest racing simulator from Microsoft Game Studios. New in this installment are more cars, gorgeous tracks (more than 100 in all), and an updated leaderboard system that keeps track of almost every statistic in the game.
The Tekken franchise makes its way to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PSP on October 27. The venerable 3D fighting game features a new Scenario Campaign mode, which lets gamers play as their favorite Tekken characters in a beat-'em-up arcade style experience.
The Grand Theft Auto IV epic saga lives on in The Ballad of Gay Tony, the second and final episode in the series. While The Lost and the Damned dealt with a biker gang, Gay Tony thrusts you into the gritty reality of Liberty City's nightclub scene.