"Valve show console gamers that full-featured and value for money packages don't have to cost the earth. Something Microsoft need to learn with their digital prices on Xbox Game Marketplace. An excellent collection of quality games using the Source engine."
"The original and best. Yes combat was improved in ME2, but the story was a collection of loyalty missions thrown together in that game. The less said about ME3's ending the better. ME1 has an epic storyline that just cannot be beaten, and was rushed in the subsequent sequels. Urdnot Wrex is also one of the most memorable companions in a game."
"After loving the first two games on PC, I was a bit apprehensive to say the least at Black Isle not helming this game, and ditching the isometric viewpoint & turnbased combat. FO3 is still brilliant in its own right. Some of the dark humour has gone, but the overall feel is still Fallout."
"Yes, I know it's much better on PC with the user-created maps etc. but L4D was so much fun with friends with splitscreen multiplayer and over Xbox Live for me. The sequel came out just a little too soon and with boring characters compared to the first 4 with their great personalities and banter. A shame what happened to Bill, as he was my favourite :("
"Even though I prefer Altair from the first game, it was too limiting as a whole to be truly enjoyable. ACII fixes all of the discrepancies of the first game and makes the storyline more involving. Only minor point is that Ubisoft chose to milk Ezio's Italian antics to three full games before changing the assassin. It is nevertheless the best outing yet for Assassin's Creed."
"Although not as memorable as say Vice City or as expansive as San Andreas. GTAIV has one of the best characters of all the GTA games in Niko Bellic. Also, great DLC with good original storylines was added to round off the whole package. GTA5 should hopefully come up to the same high standard."
"Adds to the winning formula of the first game and opens up a portion of Gotham City to explore than having to skulk around the confines of the Asylum. Plus, it features a very sexy and well-realised Catwoman. Her missions although brief do add a nice alternate spin to the proceedings."
"Not a deep RPG, or even a true RPG at all, but still a quality game with it's own idiosyncracies and charming gameplay. A shame the third installment was so short and even less involving. Hopefully The Journey will just be a Kinect only spin-off and not the way the series is going for Lionhead in the future."
"Another underrated gem. Aside from the dodgy voice acting from the main character, the game is a brilliant sandbox game with the novel feature of everything being monochrome until you defeat Nazi's in a particular area, then everything is gradually "colourised". Some exciting set pieces and genuinely rewarding gameplay."
"Sadly the company who made this game went bust after just 1 game. KOA: Reckoning is a very fun, huge action RPG, that didn't get the sales it deserved. Only a slightly easy difficulty level casts a negative light on what is a very engrossing game."