Burnout Paradise takes some risks with some of the series' most basic concepts, and the end result pays off surprisingly well.
Professor Layton and the Curious Village is an outstanding mix of charm and logic that's likely to make a pretty deep impression on you.
Niko Bellic is one of the most human protagonists to ever appear in a video game, and his trials and tribulations make GTA IV absolutely unforgettable.
Braid asks that you forget everything you know about time.
Rock Band 2 offers a great package of new music and a bunch of great enhancements to the core game that make it a terrific purchase whether you're already well-versed in the genre or looking to get started.
Everything you loved about Rayman Origins is polished to a glistening sheen in this tremendously fun platformer.
Wrath of the Lich King provides even more reason to continue playing a four-year-old game.
Bethesda's latest, seemingly endless fantasy role-playing experience is unmissable, technical flaws be damned.
Far more than just a farming game, this one-man labor of love is filled with seemingly endless content and heart.
Titanfall 2 goes for feel above all else, and it feels fantastic.