PC Advisor reviews the best computer games you can play on all platforms right now.

1. Super Street Fighter IV 3DS

Super Street Fighter IV 3DS
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  • Reviewed on: 8 April 11
  • RRP: £39.99

The biggest fighting franchise of all time hits the 3DS with a hadouken. How does Super Street Fighter IV stack up in 3D? Find out right here.

Read our Super Street Fighter IV 3DS review.

2. Terraria

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  • Reviewed on: 9 June 11
  • RRP: £6

Games this good at this price are released once, maybe twice a year, and very few have so many potential hours of gameplay to offer. Terraria is one of the best games of the year so far.

Read our Terraria review.

3. Mortal Kombat 9

Mortal Kombat 9
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  • Reviewed on: 4 May 11
  • RRP: RRP £44 for Xbox 360 and PS3

Mortal Kombat 9 is the latest instalment of the most bloodthirsty and notorious fighting game franchise out there. Mortal Kombat 9's boss fights can be annoying, and I'm not totally happy with the Xbox mini-stick and D-pad - it may be worth investigating a dedicated control stick - but this remains a fantastically fun fighting game. The gameplay mechanics have been polished enough for competitive gamers to show some interest - who thought we'd ever say that about an MK title? - the atmosphere and fatalities are stronger than ever and the single-player modes are deep and thoughtfully designed. Finally, the fans have been given a next-gen Mortal Kombat worthy of the name.

Read our Mortal Kombat 9 review.

4. Marvel vs. Capcom 3

Marvel vs. Capcom 3
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  • Reviewed on: 21 February 11
  • RRP: £49.99

Fast, fun and peppered with iconic characters.

Read our Marvel vs. Capcom 3 review.

5. Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together

Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together
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  • Reviewed on: 18 February 11
  • RRP: £34.99

A masterful remake of a true classic.

Read our Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together review.