Revelations is enjoyable, but being released just a month after the full game and costing $10, and only being a 3-4 hour title is a little irksome. But if you can look passed that, there is a fun time to be had.
KSR is better and deeper than most motion controlled games that I have played, especially of the family/sports compilation variety. However, it's still light on content and just doesn't have a great deal of staying power or replay value you would hope for.
A welcomed addition to the PS3 library, but one that doesn't necessarily belong in your own collection. While Deception IV has some things going for it, the few cons are significant enough to keep this game out of the realm of greatness.
If you're looking for something a little bit different in your foreign martial arts movie, but aren't willing to give up good acting and great fight scenes, The Wrath of Vajra on Blu-ray presents a compelling option.
If you and your friends enjoy co-oping the old school side-scrolling beat'em ups, you can't go wrong with Fist Puncher. While I don't consider it an elite game of the genre, there's a lot to like about it, and at $10 or less, it offers a good bang for the buck.
Playing as Dracula could have been handled so many different ways, and while I don't agree with everything that MercurySteam did with Lords of Shadow 2, the positive aspects overwhelm the negative. This is a worthy and fitting end to a fine trilogy.
Left Behind is pretty short, but very sweet, and for what it lacks in length, it makes up for in quality. Well worth the investment for those who want to revisit or otherwise experience a new story (well, two) within the despair-filled world of The Last Of Us.