Big city, huge sandbox, super fast cars, zombies, terrorist organizations, and then there's you - armed to the teeth, jumping between buildings and throwing trucks at people.
Despite all the chaos surrounding Tiger Woods the last year, EA is bringing him back to the virtual green. Is Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 a good upgrade, or a dud? Viktor delivers the verdict.
Obsidian Entertainment have taken their sweet time in finishing their first original game of their own. Does Alpha Protocol live up to the early promise?
The studio behind Project Gotham Racing mixes real cars, cool presentation and Mario Kart in their new ultra-competative racer Blur. We put our racing newbie behind the wheel.
Greek mythology and monsters to slay. Is this a God of War clone that delivers what the movie failed to deliver?
Black Rock, the creators of the wild Pure, are back with another over the top racing game. Split/Second is a game about speed, but it's mostly about blowing stuff up. Which is fine by us.
"So you wanna be a fighter?" or perhaps just a gamer... The choice is yours in this year's edition of the official game of the UFC.
Jonas Elfving has bounced around in the return of the Persian prince, slain droves of skeletons and ripped apart tapestries with his sword. Now he's ready to tell us about his experiences...
"Red Dead Redemption ranks among the best games we have ever played."
Black Box and EA are back to once again take up the fight for the throne of the skating genre. We dug up grandfather Petter to take his board out for a spin. Just like in the good old days!
Iron Man returns with another horrible, horrible game. More like a rusty cage than a man made of iron...
Lost Planet 2 is all about co-operative fun and tons of action. But has the game lost some of the appeal of the original? Read the review...
Flashlights, shadow monsters and madness - we've played Remedy's action thriller Alan Wake that, after many years, finally is done.
This summer everyone's eyes will turn to South Africa as the World Cup finals comes to Africa. We have reviewed the official game of the tournament...
Square Enix and Cavia deliver an action RPG that reminds us of Devil May Cry, The Legend of Zelda, Shadow of the Colossus and Ikaruga. Surely it has to rock!
Jack is back and those who stand in his way are about to turn into dog food. Literally.
One of last year's best games has been polished, has recieved more content and better online support. Does it get any better?
Finally the Playstation 3 owners get to play through Rockstar's wonderful expansions for Grand Theft Auto IV.
Jesper has been climaxing over and over again. And then he climaxed some more...
Vic has been sliding all over the tarmac trying to get that pole position...
Final Fight and Magic Sword in one sweet package on PSN and XBLA...
Sam Fisher returns after an extended leave of absence. But he's a changed man and Sophie tells us all about it!
Fatshark realized that the world needs more cowboy pew-pew, and aim to fill that hole with their new online shooter.
Daniel finally peeled himself away from the enchanting galaxies of Mass Effect in other to engage in a spot of motocross racing and finds he is moderately satisfied.
Prison Break has been reincarnated as a game, and Daniel has moved into Fox River State Penitentiary to find out if that was a good move or not...
Tri-Ace return with a brand new RPG, in a brand new world, with brand new character, and (surprise) some brand new gameplay mechanics...
Avalanche Studios are back with another serving of Rico Rodriguez and this time he parachutes and blows shit up in the island nation of Panau.
Nuclear war has forced the population of Moscow underground, into the old Metro tunnels. Gamereactor joined their desperate fight for survival.
Being a supreme commander isn't an easy task. Or well, in Supreme Commander 2 it can be. Kim will tell you why.
The arch-demon is dead, the world is saved and everybody is happy and satisfied. But not for long, of course.
Believe it or not, but once upon a time there were no video games. People had to play with toys, like tin soldiers, instead. Shock!
Capcom's blue mascot is back in a new pixelated platformer. But can he still jump his way into our hearts after 23 years?
Square Enix invite us to take part in hectic battles featuring a bunch of great characters. But is this really a welcome evolution?
Guns, vehicles and destruction. How could that ever be considered "bad company"? Petter Mårtensson explains...
Sonic has taken some of his friends and challenged other Sega characters to some go kart just like a certain plumber.
Little green men are in need of help and a slightly larger translucent man comes to their aid...
A pie eating Brit with a fancy hat and the ability to clone himself makes way for a great game and some challenging puzzles.
One more Dynasty Warriors title and this time it's a PSP port...
Panama and Eruption become playable as Neversoft gives us Guitar Hero: Van Halen.
A trio of classic movie icons are making their come back in the world of games, with Rebellion back in charge of development.
We have gone to depths with Bioshock 2 and taken out splicers, big sisters and big daddies by the dozen.
We've descended into the Blind World where the sun is silent to find out if Hell is from here to eternity or not.
"Mass Effect 2 points towards a future where genres merge to create an experience that transcends old genre boundaries."
Jetpacks are great, but is Dark Void the jetpack driven game we've been waiting for?
The official game of the Winter Games has arrived. Is it good enough to bring home the gold medal?
Rios and Salem are back. Back-to-back in fact. Find out if their return is triumphant or not in our review.
Orcs and pigskin. Sounds like match made in heaven, but is it any fun?
Vigil Games' first title Darksiders has finally arrived and Thomas Blichfeldt has stepped into the shoes of War.
Bayonetta is the first big title to be released in 2010 and we have the review up just in time for Christmas...
Bioware's latest RPG masterpiece has arrived. Find out what Adrian thought of it...