Pocket-Lint writes: "There has been a lot of talk over the last few years about games as the interactive equivalent of movies or TV, and there's no question that we're getting closer to a stage where there's some substance to the claim.
Uncharted 2, for instance, wasn't just a great action game, but a more intelligent and expertly acted narrative than the vast majority of Hollywood blockbusters. Heavy Rain, while not perfect, gave us absorbing performances and real moments of emotion, just like a good cinematic thriller. Would you rather watch another dodgy Star Trek knock off on the box, or enjoy another run through Mass Effect 2? How about Clash of the Titans or God of War III? Splinter Cell: Conviction or the last season of 24?"