Batman and Robin form a powerful union with the Justice League of America in one of the year's best kid-friendly games.
They really stand out. Of the hundreds and hundreds of games displayed at E3 in Los Angeles this year, a few are head and shoulders above the rest. So without further ado, here are the most promising games of E3 2012.
Since it first hit PCs a couple of years ago, Minecraft has taken the world by storm. Now, the game has sold a million copies within a few days of its release on Xbox Live. Check out the Games Guru's review and see if its worth your money.
There’s no doubt that the board game Battleship is one of the best ever made. Unfortunately, Battleship the video game, which is based on the new movie, is actually a strategy game that’s like the board game – but not nearly as much fun.
FIFA Street is very addicting, and the Games Guru has the sore wrists to prove it. But is it worth your money? Find out in this review.
Kid Icarus: Uprising will go down in history as one of the most inventive games Nintendo has ever made for the 3DS. Despite challenges with the controls, you’ll thrill to hours and hours of engrossing fun that includes a rich story as well.
Thumbs up or thumbs down? Is the brand-new PS Vita worth the money?
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What was Electronic Arts thinking? We’re deep into basketball and hockey season, so it seems like a weird time to be releasing a football game. But the Super Bowl is right around the corner. So the time might be right for this truly over-the-top arcade game.
It’s been a fascinating year for games. From LittleBigPlanet 2 early in the year to Skyward Sword last month, you never had to look far to find something good. But after a lot of blood, sweat and game playing, here are this year’s winners!
While it’s not that different from the last offering, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 gives you a ton of enjoyable gaming. If you don’t want to say goodbye to Harry just yet, here’s a fine way to spend time in his world -- throughout the holidays and beyond.
Despite its few glitches, Skyward Sword is the Wii game to get this season. With over 40 hours of play, it will keep you magically occupied for weeks on end.
Combining a toy with a game is a good idea that might put new life into the Spyro series. But now that it’s out, is Skylanders all it’s cracked up to be? Let's find out.
Some of the downloadable games on Xbox Live are real gems. Many are cheaper (and shorter) than their console cousins, but they often give you the same thrilling gameplay. In some cases, the play is even better.
Here’s a preview of a truly unique baseball game coming out on Sept. 13.
Does NCAA Football 12 live up to the thrilling real-life experience of college football?
With the summer’s biggest movies come the summer’s film-inspired video games. Are they hot or not? Here are three that you should know about.
The Games Guru picks the best games announced at the 2011 gaming conference.
Is the new LEGO Pirates game a Yo Ho Ho or a No, No, No? Find out in this exclusive Games Guru review.
It’s racing season! Since most of us can’t get behind the wheel to feel the exhilaration of speeding to victory on the racetrack, video games are pretty much the next best thing. Here are two new options.
It’s like science fiction, but it’s real. The Nintendo 3DS arrives March 27! Forget those goofy glasses. The 3DS lets you play games in 3D without them. It lets you watch movies in 3D, too. Why is the 3DS so cool? Let’s take a peek under the hood.