"It means boosting cars, Ghostbusters-style; you can possess any driver within your dream city at the press of a button. Turn ghoul, and you've got access to over 140 licensed rides."
"Space Marine doesn't look like it will be a revolution of the third person shooter genre. Instead it's an attempt to tell the sad and dark story of the 40K-universe in a genre that is easy to get into."
"If you own Kinect you owe to yourself and your investment to keep an eye out for The Gunstringer."
Hell hath no fury like a man on a one-way revenge trip through the gates of hell and beyond. Saddle up for Japan's own Grindhouse tale of guts and gore.
"Unlike the original game Prey 2 is completely open ended. You can go anywhere you want, talk to anyone and take on missions."
"The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim tops our list as the most anticipated title of 2011 and we can hardly wait to get out hands on it."
"A screen covered with health bars, points, upgrades, health kits and the constant rattle of numbers indicating the damage you do"
"The street gun battle might impress, but it's no more than a fly's fart in a barn compared to the continent-shifting shudder that brings the presentation to a dramatic close."
"Do you want to educate the population, train them, or use soft words to manipulate them? That such influence exists is a simple yet clever device, and we wonder at its potential."
"It's the game that makes me briefly lose my professional decorum, high-fiving its developer upon downing a screen-sized boss that ends our cooperative run through the level."
"As ever with Japanese action titles, bigger is definitely better. Players will be set against all manner of gigantic fantasy monsters."
"We tried to find some new middle ground between the franchises to please both fans...that means more Tekken-style flow, explosive combos, throws and air juggles."
"The game was originally meant to be a Director's Cut. However the fan response on Frank's absence was so strong that it was obvious we needed to bring him back in a big way."
"A pepper-grinder doubles as a gatling gun, a teapot utilised as a long-range grenade launcher. The arsenal is something you'd see if Pixar decided to stray into Grindhouse territory."
"...you are resurrected at the start of the game and come to life in a pile of less fortunate resurrection candidates."
"As you can imagine party mode is a bit like a condensed version of Super Mario Kart seen from the side."
"I can't help but doubt whether they have what it takes to complete and fully realise the brilliant and ambitious vision that is The Secret World."
"Some things are clear: don't go alone. But make sure your backup is someone who's less Lone Ranger, more Tango & Cash. Always pick Anjali, and avoid the Determined Pants."
"Punches dislocate jaws, daggers puncture muscle, kicks crunch vertebrae into dust. They get their energy bar demolished, and the Daily Mail gets its latest sacrifice to the cause."
"It may struggle to live up to the hype created by the trailer, but then again what game could hope to eclipse that?"
"I swear. I think for a few minutes, talk land reformation with the people either side of me - then I hit restart. I bet even the gods never had a reset button handy."
"Be it either random occurrence or some human quirk using the Paper, Rock, Scissors principle, this happened three times. In a row. The air turns red as suicide charges turn into bloodbaths."
"He's less cross-dressing Spice Girl wannabe, more pint-sized Ray Winstone, ripping into enemies with the viciousness and accent that wouldn't be amiss in a British gangster movie."
"The story's going to be charged with Rockstar's typical cinematic flair for all sorts of twists and turns, as characters on both on both sides of the law have their own angle on every situation."
"It's a love letter to the 90s arcade; a game whose attract trailer grabbed your attention and demanded money. You didn't know what was to come, but were ready to spend a quid to find out."