- This year brought many games with high profile ones such as Grand Theft Auto IV and Gears of War 2. It was not until late into the year we began to see more bigger titles coming out for the holidays.
It all started in early September with Spore, Crysis Warhead, and Rock Band 2. LucasArts' Star Wars: The Force Unleashed didn't quite impress its critics but sales were good enough.
With the surprise success of The Witcher; released back in 2007, Atari released a new version dubbed The Witcher: The Enhanced Edition with new features and bug-less. EA's highly anticipated MMORPG Warhammer Online: The Age of Reckoning was released in mid-September for those who were looking for a different online game to play besides Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures and World of Warcraft.
September ending with Gearbox Software's realistic WWII first-person shooter Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway which was one of my favorite games for the year.
October was the big month for games. It seemed like every week had a big title coming out. Dead Space, the horror first-person shooter from EA hit the spot for those who enjoyed blasting monsters and watching their limbs explode.
Unlike your typical first-person shooter, Dead Space offered some innovative features that kept the game interesting...