The best April video games

After the massive overload of AAA titles in March, this month is going to be a bit quieter on the gaming front. Of course, that doesn’t mean there’s not...

After the massive overload of AAA titles in March, this month is going to be a bit quieter on the gaming front. Of course, that doesn’t mean there’s not stuff to spend your money on…

The Witcher 2

The massively popular PC RPG The Witcher 2 makes its console debut on Xbox this month, and it’s filing the gaps left with the conclusion of Mass Effect 3 and Kingdoms and Amalur. An epic story with amazing visuals, the Xbox version has an extra three hours of gameplay over the PC version, and tells the story of a monster slaying mercenary called Geralt, whose moral decisions completely change the outcome of the game.

Format: Xbox 360
Should I buy it?
If you found the Mass Effect 3 ending a little disappointing, it will fill the hole in your heart.

Devil May Cry HD Collection

If you missed out on playing Devil May Cry growing up, this HD re-release of the original trilogy is a great way to catch up on the groundbreaking action series. Sure, it’s the same old games with a shiny new skin, and there’s no correction of the camera issues that plagued the series, but for a refreshed retro experience of a classic, it’s hard to go past.

Format: Xbox 360, PS3
Should I buy it?
If you want to relive the glory days of the classic game or just want to see what the fuss was about, this is not a bad way to spend your money.

Prototype 2

Shape shifting would be such an amazing superpower, and Prototype 2 lets you experience it through the controller. The sequel addresses many of the original game’s flaws, with a shift to make the protagonist of the first game this game’s villain. The end result looks promising, if you like the idea of almost limitless power and a reason to use it.

Format: Xbox 360, PS3
Should I buy it?
Perhaps. It has a lot of potential and seems to improve on the original in almost every way.

Star Wars: Kinect

Howls of protest have lined the Internet’s echo chamber walls with the discovery of a dance mode in Star Wars: Kinect that lets you make Han Solo bust a move. Unless you’re picking up the limited edition console bundle, steer clear of this game like it’s Jar Jar Binks.

Format: Xbox 360
Should I buy it?
Definitely not.

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Nick Broughall is the Australian Editor of TechRadar.com, where he gets to indulge his passion for geekery and the lastest technology. He is also the Editor of EFTM.com.au, where he gets to indulge his passion for manliness, from sampling fine liquor to the joys of growing a beard. It's a pretty good life, really.
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