Gears of War is a tactical cover-based sci-fi shooter from Epic Games. The player controls Marcus Fenix, a COG soldier who fights the Locust aliens defending their home planet from the encroaching Human invaders.
Kingdom Hearts II is the third installment in the Kingdom Hearts franchise following after Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, known for its successful combination of Disney and Final Fantasy franchises into a believable plot.
The last Final Fantasy game released on the PS2, Final Fantasy XII is distinguished by its condition-driven "gambit" battle system, its Monster Hunter-like open environments and side quests, and its setting in the existing fictional universe of Ivalice.
Ōkami is an action-adventure game in which you restore life and beauty to a world that has been taken over by malevolent beings through the power of celestial calligraphy techniques given to you by the gods.
Elite Beat Agents is a rhythm game for the Nintendo DS developed by iNiS Corp. and published by Nintendo. It is a spiritual sequel to the Japanese only Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan, and uses many of the same touch screen based gameplay mechanics.
Hitman: Blood Money is a 3rd person action-adventure game released by Eidos in 2006. The game is a continuation of the popular Hitman franchise in which the player takes control of the mysterious assassin, Agent 47.
Take control of some of the most iconic superheroes of the Marvel Universe in this squad-based RPG. Form a well known group such as the Fantastic Four or create your own custom group of heroes to battle Dr. Doom and the Masters of Evil.
Lara travels across the world in search of a legendary artifact. The game is considered a restart for the series after the poor reception for Angel of Darkness. It is also the first Tomb Raider game developed by Crystal Dynamics after they took over the role from Core Design.
Play as wartime photojournalist Frank West as he tries to survive a zombie invasion while trapped in the Willamette Parkview Mall in Colorado. Dispatching the undead with whatever comes to hand, Frank has 72 hours to get the story of his life.