North America (out Tuesday the 10th) - Animal Planet: Emergency Vets $29.99 - Avalon Code $34.99 - Dream Day Wedding Destination $19.99 - Docomodake BOING! $19.99 - Grey's Anatomy: The Video Game $29.99 - Johnny Bravo $19.99 - My English Coach - Spanish Edition $29.99 - My Pet Shop $29.99 - MySims Party $29.99 - World Championship Games: A Track & Field Event $29.99 - ZUBO $29.99
Europe (out Friday the 13th) - Bleach: Dark Souls £29.99 - Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force £29.99 - Enchanted Folk And The School Of Wizardry £29.99 - Fashion Designer: High Fashion £19.99 - Grey's Anatomy: The Video Game £19.99 - ster Jam: Urban Assault £19.99 - My Baby Girl £19.99 - MySims Party £19.99 - Puzzle Quest: Galactrix £29.99 - Sam Power: Football Star £19.99 - Suikoden: Tierkreis £29.99 - Travel Games For Dummies £19.99
Nintendo Channel Demos (free; available in North America; out today) - Trackmania DS - Personal Trainer: Mac & Cheese - MLB 2K9 Fantasy All-Stars - Avalon Code
I assume the Personal Trainer demo is a recipe from that Nintendo cookbook thing and not, actually Mac & Cheese The Video Game, which is a shame.
I have never heard of Docomodake BOING! but the name intrigues. Can I stop playing Peggle Dual Shot long enough to find out more about it? Probably not.
In Baldur's Gate, I really recommend you play a fighter-type character. Either a Fighter, Ranger or Paladin. The game ends when your main character dies, so making him as tough as you can is a big help. My recommendation is to simply follow the plot.