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Bigger and better

2005's God of War was possibly the greatest action title ever to hit store shelves. The storyline was compelling, the game mechanics were intuitive, and the graphics were jaw-dropping. And now, the sequel picks up exactly where it left off. >More
 This means war

Chris Taylor of Gas Powered Games deplores the lack of actual strategic elements in most real-time-strategy games. Taylor's Supreme Commander is a truly superior RTS that finally takes care of this problem. >More
 Alien nation

Each of Resistance's 20 levels feels unique. The art design is fantastic, as is the replayability factor. In other words, the game is a real winner. >More
 Step lively

This title makes the jump to the 360 with plenty of new songs, exclusive dance remixes and enhanced versions of the classic Edit, Workout, Quest and Party modes. >More
 Pedal pusher

This is a game you play not for the incredible plot, but for the incredible cars. And this time around, EA has given us a whole new class of cars to play with. >More
 Good knight

While Rome broke new ground with its introduction of fully 3D soldiers who could move and fight independently from their fellow soldiers, Medieval II has dug even deeper, adding interesting finishing moves to the game's massive battles. >More
 Tony lives

Most games based on a movie merely allow you to 'play' the original story. But The World Is Yours picks up where Scarface left off, with one big difference: Tony lives. >More
 Mission control

The game's impressive 3-D graphics and fully destructible terrain are light years ahead of the competition. And the realistic ways in which your infantry squads react to enemy attacks will leave you wondering if they even need you to issue them orders. >More
 The dogs of war

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