ArmA: Armed Assault

Bohemia's follow up on Operation Flashpoint. This game is really worthless and it seems like they have done nothing in the six years since the last game. The game is close to unplayable with worthless AI, mission system that seems to fail more often then it works and a player control system that puts a brick wall of problems between the input you give and the actions of your character. In each mission you can look forward to the following three things, 1: Any transport you get in is driven by the most stupid soldier present in the whole army at that time, 2: Each time you try to use anything in the world you will hate the designer of the game, 3: Once every minute one of your soldiers will shout 'where are you'. My hopes for Carrier Command: Gaea Mission is really low after this game :|

Assassin's Creed

Cool game with a great game world where you run around the streets of towns in the 10'Th centenary trying to kill people for your master. The game quickly gets repetitive as there is not much change in each town but the the things that are in the game work good with you stabbing someone and then escaping the town with guards chasing you.

Attack on Pearl Harbor

Arcade style flight simulator set in the Pacific Theatre of World War II. Play as USA or Japan and try to own the sky.

Bioshock

Explore the underwater city of Rapture and try to find out what is going on and why the plane you where on crashed there. Think System Shock but under water instead of space :).

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

Call of Duty series moves of into the modern day with this game. You play is first-persopn view most of the time and you switch between and number of characters to take part of all the events in the campaign. The story is the stupid hogwash one expects from something that takes many cool scenes and then try to string them together

Crysis

You play a super soldier sent to stop a korean invasion that turn out to be a alien invasion. Nice island to walk around in and like crysis the game is the most fun while you don't have to fight the stupid alien/zombie/mutants/whatever.

Enemy Territory: Quake Wars

First-person team-oriented game in the same world as Quake 4. Two teams in the form of the Humans and the Strogg battle each other on a number of maps and you need to complete mission objectives on each map for your side to win. You get to choose what class your character is and that modify the weapons and abilitys you have.

Europa Universalis III

Grand strategy war game where you take your nation from 1399 to 1821. All my games seems to end with the whole world in war against me :|.

Half-Life 2: Episode Two

Second episode from Half-Life 2 and this time you are outside the city trying to get to a resistance base called White Forest. You get a car in this episode and spends a lot more time in open terrain driving around.

Halo 3

Final game in the Master chief halo series for now. The Arbiter and friends has joined up with humanity to fight The Covenant and you once again take to role of Master Chief to save the day. Played this one in co-op to and don't really remember much from the story other than the fact that each new area you enter is so filled with epic music and dramatic cut-scenes that you almost puke. In co-op one player takes the role of the Chief, the second one the Arbiter and the two last players will play as aliens of the same race as the Arbiter and it all work out great with all the cut-scenes fixed for it to.

Marine Sharpshooter 3

Game from 2007 that looks like a been sent by a time machine from before 2000.

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

More boss battles but a little more simple in this game then the last. The final fight against the Phazon powered Dark Samus.

Minesweeper

Games that always been part of windows OS. Guess where mines are placed as fast as possible.

Painkiller Overdose

Another painkiller game and it is as bad as the first one.

Portal

Puzzle platform game that only real shortcoming is that it's to short :). In it the character you play is stuck in a laboratory and subjected to experiment by a AI named GlaDOS. You are forced to use a portal gun that creates space portals between flat surfaces to solve puzzles by GlaDOS while you are looking for a way to escape the laboratory. The sad part is that when you finally get a hang of the portal gun the game end's so it feels like playing only the tutorial part of a full game :(.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl

First-person shooter set in Chernobyl exclusion zone in a fictional future. Strange anomalies and artifacts show up in the area and you go into the zone to find valuable artifacts to sell and also to find Strelok, someone that your PDA tells you to kill. Real nice atmosphere in this game and also epic bugs that destroy the game. Like that the game keeps running and kills you when looking at cutscenes or that the enemy that just killed you know where you are even when you have loaded a game where you did not even meet him yet.

Shadowgrounds Survivor

More aliens that need to die.

Star Wars: X-Wing Vs. TIE Fighter

For multiplayer use only, not much fun otherwise. More or less X-Wing and Tie Fighter put in one game so you can play multiplayer against each other.

Team Fortress 2

Team based first person shooter where cartoon styled red and blue team shoot it out. Nine player classes to pick from and wherever you pick there is always a spy with a knife with your name on it waiting in the shadows.

The Darkness

First-person shooter where you take the role of a possessed Mafia member that that have to kill off more or less everyone he worked with before. Besides the normal guns you also have darkness power from the thing inside you. It is also possible to summon small deamons called Darklings to help you fight. The problem with the game is that the darkness power is really not that fun and the story is also somewhat dull. The only place when it lights up is when you kill yourself in the story and go to a horror style world war one setting that act as the private hell the darkness have you in you resurrect. Still, I'm not sure that 'it's fun when you kill yourself' is a good selling point for a game.

The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles

Second expansion to Oblivion and this time you visit the realm of madness where the prince Sheogorath needs your help to stop the cataclysm.

The Sum of All Fears

This like all others rainbow six games but with another name as it is based around the movie/book.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2

More cool future fighters and more coop level fun.

Uncharted: Drakes Fortune

Search for lost treasure in the role of Nathan Drake and kill the other people that are also trying to find it. Nice environment to explore, cover based fighting and fun characters makes this game worth playing.

Unreal Tournament III




Unreal Tournament III

To much Gears of War graphical style in this for my taste and they also added a horrible single player story. Warfare is the new name of the Onslaught from Unreal Tournament 2004. Now most game modes have a option to play with vehicles.

World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade

Expansion to WOW that adds the Outlands as a new game world that high-level characters can go to and also makes it possible to use flying mounts, my mage now has a flying carpet :). The expansion also adds two new races (Draenei and Blood Elves) and possibility to reach level 70.