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Get ready to pull out your phones and ignore all incoming calls and texts because this week keeps the hits coming. From Halo and Borderlands to Need for Speed and Chrono there is something new for everybody.
Jason Rohrer, the creator of the acclaimed indie title Between, has a new game entitled Inside a Star-Filled Sky
Old people are really going to love this week's Rock Band update.
My colleague Matt Miller wrote a long and enthusiastic review of
Supergiant Games' downloadable action/RPG Bastion, which further sparked
my interest in a game that had been on many people's best of E3 lists.
While you should definitely read his review, I thought I'd
jot down some of my own first impressions of Bastion and why I think
it's a game well worth your time.
Enhanced Prince of Persia titles will be making their way stateside, but only as digital downloads.
Update: The Protector Trials DLC launches today! How many of you plan on playing savior to a Little Sister?
A couple extra Xs and Ss are going to cost WWE fans $10. Oh, and there's DLC included, too.
Great news for Ghostbusters fans! The downloadable action title,
Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime, will be available on Xbox Live Arcade
and PlayStation Network on March 23
Japanese 3DS owners are getting another three-dimensional throwback with Urban Champions.
Though the Backbreaker series got called for a false start with a subpar
effort on consoles, the series found a much more receptive audience
with its Tackle Alley game on iPhone. Now Natural Motion is building on
that base with a new Xbox 360-exclusive title.
According to NPD’s The Online Gaming 2011 report almost half of complete
game downloads are purchased on mobile platforms. A poll by the NPD
reveals that mobile game purchases took up 47% of total downloads.
Even if you aren't a fan of DotA or Smash Bros., take note: Awesomenauts looks like it'll be a good time for anyone who likes
blowing things up, competition, and summoning angry bulls.