Set in the 90's San Andreas is set to offer a vast game world and bring many new additions to the GTA series.
The Sims 2 is the much anticipated sequel to the best-selling PC game of all time, with a whole host of new features - including new face and body gestures and the introduction of genetics!
Rome: Total War features revolutionary technology that brings epic, cinematic battles to the PC with graphics and gameplay beyond anything which has ever been seen
The much anticipated sequel to the 2003 RPG of the year, bought to us by the minds behind Fallout and Planescape: Torment
MMORPG from the creators of Battle.net. Guild Wars requires no monthly fee to play.
Always wanted a pet dog? Now you can have one inside your Nintendo DS.
The once exclusive GameCube Resident Evil game comes to the PS2 and looks to be quite a departure from the series as we know it.
Take control of the World once more through diplomacy or war in the latest game in this award-winning series.
Port of the massive selling PC game where you control the lives of a number of artifical people.
Take to the streets and become the most wanted racer around in the latest game in the Need for Speed series.
Xbox 360 Review:
The team-based tactical shooter returns.
Sequel to the best-selling and critically acclaimed The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.
Sequel to the best-selling and critically acclaimed The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Nintendo DS sequel to the 2003 Game Cube version of the animal life game.
Lara returns in what looks to be her biggest and best adventure yet.
Third-person shooter set in a free-roaming urban environment.
Zombie game from Capcom. A lone photo-journalist must defend himself against an onslaught of Zombies.
Shooter based in a sci-fi universe using the Unreal Engine 3.
Need for Speed Carbon delivers the next generation of adrenaline-filled street racing and will challenge players to face the ultimate test of driving skill on treacherous canyon roads.
Collection of fun and simple games.
Sonic goes next-gen in 2006.
The massive RPG series returns, now on the Wii.
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