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Posted on Nov 6th 2008 at 08:49:37 AM by (Tondog)
Posted under Modern Gaming, Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Playsation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, PSP, DS, PS2

Wow, I am like ultra late with this, I apologize.

Playstation 3Xbox 360Nintendo Wii
•History Channel Civil War: Secret Mission
James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace
•Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm
Resistance 2 (Also available as a collector's edition)
Tom Clancy's End War
Valkyria Chronicles
Gears of War 2 (Also available as a collector's edition)
•History Channel Civil War: Secret Mission
James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace
•Legendary
•Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
Namco Museum Virtual Arcade
•Secret Service: Ultimate Sacrifice
Tom Clancy's End War
•Bratz Kidz: Slumber Party
James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace
•Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
•Monster Lab
•Movie Games (What?)
•North American Hunting Extravaganza
•Petz Sports (Sports totally should have ended with a z)
•Pop Star Guitar
•Rubik's World
PSPNintendo DSPlaystation 2
Tom Clancy's End War

PC
•CSI: New York
•Guitar Hero III/Aerosmith Bundle
James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace
•Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
•Operation Mania
•Petz Sports
•Princess Pack
•Realms of Arkania Trilogy
•Space Trader
•Dora the Explorer: Dora Saves the Snow Princess
•Dragonball: Origins
•Exit DS
•futureU: The Prep Game for SAT
•Goosebumps HorrorLand
•Guitar Rock Tour
•Hello Kitty Daily
•Imagine: Interior Designer
•Imagine: Wedding Designer
Korg DS-10
•James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace
Little Red Riding Hood's Zombie BBQ
•Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
•Monster Lab
•My Baby Boy
•My Baby Girl
•Petz Dogz Pack
•Pony Friends: Mini Breeds Edition
•Princess on Ice
•Real Soccer 2009
•Theresia (Holy shit, an M rated game on the DS!)
Tom Clancy's End War
•Winx Club: Mission Enchantix (That's one x away from XXX)
•Zoo Vet: Endangered Animals
•Call of Duty: World at War Final Fronts
•Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World
•History Channel Civil War:Secret Mission
James Bond 007: Quantum of Solace
•Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
•Monster Lab
•NHL 09
•Onimusha: The Essentials (I highly doubt it)
•Pop Star Guitar
•Secret Service: Ultimate Sacrifice
•Think Fast


If you haven't joined the new age of gaming and don't like downloading games, you may want to check out Namco Museum Virtual Arcade since it includes many games available on the Xbox Live Arcade service on one disc including Galaga Legions, Pac-Man Championship Edition, Mr. Driller Online, Pac-Man, Galaga, Ms. Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Xevious, and New Rally-X. Achievement whores will be happy to know that all the XBLA games on the disc retain their achievement points, so you can further boost your e-penis. In addition to all those (mostly) excellent XBLA games, there's the usual cross-section of classic Namco games that you've come to expect from the Namco Museum series.

This week also sees the release of the latest James Bond game, Quantum of Solace. This looks pretty good because it is based on one of the best FPS engines out there, the Call of Duty 4 engine. Reviews, however, have been a mixed bag so far, so be cautious.

Next up is the the game of the year based on just the title, Little Red Riding Hood's Zombie BBQ for the DS. It's sort of a shmup with fairy tales and zombies. Surprisingly, it's getting good reviews on the interwebs. Plus, it's only $20, so what do you have to lose? NOTHING! That's the answer!

The most unique (and sure to be rare) release of the week is the Korg DS-10 synthesizer for the DS. In case you don't know what this is, it's a full-featured Korg synthesizer for only $35. Want to learn more?  Watch it in action on the June 20th episode of the 1UP Show. Want to buy the game? Chances are you'll have to order it online because almost no retailers are carrying it, including GameStop.

Also out this week are two big name exclusive shooters: Gears of War 2 for the Xbox 360 and Resistance 2 for the PS3. I'm not a Gears fan, so I'll spare you my thoughts on that game (actually, horde mode in that game looks hella fun), but I did try out the "beta" (aka demo) of Resistance 2 and had quite a fun time in both competitive and co-op modes. Haven't played the single player mode, but judging by how multiplayer is and how the first game was (and my Insomniac Games fanboyism), it should be awesome.

Rounding out the week is Valkyria Chronicles (Sega's incredible PS3 exclusive RPG/Third Person Shooter combo), Naruto Ultimate Ninja: Storm (BELIEVE IT!), and Tom Clancy's End War (an RTS that you can control entirely using your voice, which is actually pretty fun based on the demo).

Again, I am sooooooooooo sorry for how late this is and how it doesn't live up to my usual standards. Things got in the way Sunday and Monday, and then the election was last night. Hopefully you all forgive me enough to check back next time.


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Comments
 
Valkyria Chronicles is the first really interesting game that has caught my eye on the PS3. More games like that and I may have gotten one ages ago. Tongue

I may check out Namco Virtual for the X360, the thought of achievements for some of my all-time favorite arcade games is too much to resist, regardless of the milking of that compilation over the last 10 years.
 
My bank account! It's crying!
 
I had a much more enjoyable experience with Resistance than Gears of War, so I'll be buying Resistance 2 alot sooner, but it'll still be awhile before I buy either one.
 
I'm planning on getting Gears 2 from Circuit City tomorrow since they're giving a free 1600 points card with purchase of the game this week.
 
We forgive you Tondog! Smiley
 
Gonna have to get that Korg DS-10 game. It's sad that I buy games more on potential future value than anything else these days :/
 
I see what you did there.  Wink
 
@OatBob: You're so gonna kick my ass next time you see me. Cheesy

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