Gaming's best releases promise hours of fun - and mayhem

With millions of parents disturbed by recalls in toyland, it's shaping up to be a banner Christmas season for the video game industry.
Video game sales are expected to rise 19 per cent in December while toy sales are expected to drop two per cent from their 2006 mark, according to an analysis by BMO Capital Markets.
For those who've never seen the joy in a joystick, now is as good a time as any to get into gaming.

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