Final Fantasy XIII
Created by Square Enix and was released for the PlayStation 3 in Japan in mid-December and since, it has had a great reception. Finally being released to the rest of the regions, the new updated structure induces excitement, and the new Active Time Battle system has a graceful stability between quick tempo action and planning tactics. There is a flawless shift between real time gameplay and in-game cinematics due to the gorgeous graphics and shine throughout the game only add to it.
To round out the rest, Yakuza 3 is a solid game, BlazBlue is going portable on the PSP, Mega Man 10 is releasing on the Playstation Network and Resident Evil5: Gold Edition continues the survival horror story while filling in the gaps. Two new chapters are added, from the eyes of Josh Stone and Jill Valentine as they help Chris Redfield and Sheva Alomar.
Dracula: Undead Awakening (Wii)
Max & the Magic Marker (Wii)
BlazBlue Portable (PSP)
Final Fantasy XIII (PS3, Xbox 360)
Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (PS3, Xbox 360)
Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space (Wii)
Yakuza 3 (PS3)
Scrap Metal (XBLA)
Bioshock 2: Sinclair Solutions Test Pack (PSN, XBLA)
Mega Man 10 (PSN)