1. Zelda Skyward Sword (Wii)
The highly-anticipated Zelda game for the Wii, which may be the console's swansong. Features aerial combat, exquisite graphics and 1:1 sword fighting. Out 14 November.
2. Dance Central 2 (Xbox 360)
Get those hips swinging to Lady Gaga et al. Team up in Perform It mode or go head-to-head in a dance-off. Remember, though, you'll need a Kinect controller.
3. Fifa 12 (Xbox 360)
This year's release seems likely to prove as popular as ever. Features a physics engine which gives super-realistic player movements and a fine level of responsiveness.
4. Forza Motorsport 4 (Xbox 360)
Graphics are jaw-dropping and players can rewind time on the track. A new speedpack, out in two weeks, will supply 10 new cars.
5. Zumba Fitness Wii Bundle (Wii)
OK, so Zumba came out earlier this year but the fitness-game phenomenon, which has ruled the sales charts, is like a gym class in a box.
6. Jet Pack Joyride (iOS)
From the creators of the addictive Fruit Ninja comes loud-mouthed Barry Steakfries, who's out to settle scores with some evil scientists. At just 69p, this is a beast of a game.
7. Modern Warfare 3 (PS3)
First-person shoot-'em-up follows the format of MW2 and sees players waging war across Europe and the USA. Out on 8 November – and expect record-breaking queues.
8. Batman Arkham City (PS3)
From Rocksteady games comes the follow-up to 2009's hugely popular Batman Arkham Asylum, which sees players grappling with foes such as Two-Face and Mr Freeze.
9. Battlefield 3 (PC)
Take control of a tank or a jet and swoop across maps, destroying buildings – which collapse in crazy detail – and baddies, as you go. A must-have for PC game fans.
10. Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (PS3)
New locations, cool hand-to-hand combat, cinematic graphics and plot – this is as good as action gets.Reuse content