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  1. Rayman Legends

    Rayman Legends

    The comeback continues with an all-time-great platform game.

  2. Lumines: Electronic Symphony (PS Vita)

    Lumines: Electronic Symphony (PS Vita)

    Don’t write it off as a trippy Tetris clone – Lumines: Electronic Symphony is one of the best launch games on PlayStation Vita.

  3. Rayman Origins

    Rayman Origins (PS Vita)

    One of last year’s most lovable games is now one of Playstation Vita’s best launch titles. Rayman Origins reviewed.

  4. Lumines


    A Tetris-like block puzzle game for the PSP? With its graphical reputation? Lumines might not have the street cool of WipEout but this is a fun, stylish game that deserves your attention.

  5. Valiant Hearts: The Great War

    Valiant Hearts: The Great War

    Ubisoft’s arty World War I adventure has style, humour and heart.

  6. Child of Light

    Child of Light

    A dazzling retro RPG dressed up as an old-school platformer.

  7. Trials Fusion

    Trials Fusion

    Taking Trials to the next generation

  8. Call of Juarez: Gunslinger

    Call of Juarez: Gunslinger

    This gun-totin’ western is seriously good fun and cheap to boot.

  9. Bomberman DS

    Bomberman DS

    Bomberman may not have the same fanatical following as Mario, but get a few mates together and you might just forget about the Italian plumber completely.

  10. Trackmania Turbo

    Trackmania Turbo

    The definitive wacky time trials game?

  11. Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD

    Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD

    2012’s PS Vita chapter gets an HD remake. Is it ready for the bigger screen?

  12. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

    Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

    Taking you back to the foul-mouthed, gratuitiously violent future of video games, eighties style.

  13. Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party

    Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party

    With Christmas looming you're probably looking for a new party game for your Wii - could the Raving Rabbids fit the bill?