We reviewed a bunch of games this week on Kotaku and dare I note that the sequels had a better batting average than the originals?
EyePet Review: His Master's Voice In which Luke Plunkett's furniture and lighting fail to meet Sony standards.
Command & Conquer: Red Alert Micro-Review: Palm-Size Power Trip In which freelancer Matt Cabral forgives a key omission.
Left 4 Dead 2 Review: We Don't Care How You Did It Up North In which Michael McWhertor no longer worries about the corny and the hokey.
Assassin's Creed II Review: A Season For Masterpieces In which I praise, among many other things, the game's infidelity joke.
LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues Review: Nuke The Mini-fig In which Brian Crecente finds a silver lining to a Crystal Skull.
Asphalt 5 Micro-Review: Pedal to the iPhone In which Cabral is driven to temporarily dislike one of his favourite bands.
Torchlight Review: The Fate Of DiabloCraft In which Michael Fahey is on the verge of laughing — but holds back.
Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron Review: Deja Vu in Space In which Brian Ashcraft fires the Ion Cannon a tad too much.
Art Style Digidrive Micro-Review: The Superiority Of Video Games In which I praise a game that can be played on shaky boats, wobbly subways and other unstable places.