As we mentioned before, L4D2 was quite a surprise for Xbox 360 and PC gamers. The developers aim to offer even more solid multiplayer modes this time around, and considering how much fun some of us are still having playing the first one, the sequel's multiplayer should be perfect (or close to it).
Instantly injecting your own flair and personal touch to a complex portable title make Scribblenauts one of the most inventive games we've seen in a long time. Scribblenauts incorporates user-created content with classic adventure goodness that will appeal to a large gaming demographic.
Motion controls seem to have revolutionized the gaming industry, and every major player in the hardware sector has put their own spin on them. Alas, the winner in our opinion is the Sony wand that seems to incorporate the best ideas of all major players in a simple and relatively familiar package. What's more, it seems to be very far along in its development cycle.