- Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled [USA] $29.99 TUE - Imagine: Ice Champions [USA] $29.99 TUE - Littlest Pet Shop: Spring [USA] $29.99 TUE - MLB 2K9 Fantasy All Stars [USA] $19.99 TUE - Peggle Dual Shot [USA] $29.99 TUE - SpongeBob vs. The Big One: Beach Party Cook Off [USA] $29.99 TUE
- Away: Shuffle Dungeon [PAL] £24.99 FRI - Big Bang Mini [PAL] £19.99 FRI - Elite Forces: Unit 77 [PAL] £24.99 FRI - Littlest Pet Shop: Spring [PAL] £29.99 FRI - SpongeBob SquarePants: Frantic Fry Cook [PAL] £24.99 FRI
Nintendo Channel Demos - Avalon Code [USA] free MON - Imagine Ice Champions [USA] free MON - MLB 2K9 Fantasy All-Stars [USA] free MON
Stuff I played recently: - Peggle Dual Shot: So addictive. I really feel like a bad person for liking this stupid game and its unicorns and rainbows and Ode To Joy. Worth getting if you don't feel like playing it online or your Xbox or your iPod or whatever.
- Puzzle Quest Galactrix: WOW this is bad. How it is possible to screw up Bejeweled so badly, I do not know. Glitchy graphics, broken controls, and long loading times. Yes, long loading times. On the DS. For a Bejeweled clone. I went back and tried the first game again just to make sure I wasn't imagining things. Nope, the first one still rules. This one is awful.
- Jumble Madness: It's... the Jumble. That scrambled word game. Again with the sketchy controls, which isn't what you want when you have 30 seconds to solve a puzzle. Not worth buying, but sadly, better than Galactrix.
Fair enough, and I think I agree with that. As far as relevance to the history of gaming and The Big Picture, GTA3 is definitely more important than Vice City. Perhaps that's why it made those top 100 lists.