Europe (will this work?) - BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger - pushed back a week. - Clash of the Titans - Just Cause 2 - Resonance of Fate - Warriors: Legends of Troy - eurogamer says Friday, Amazon says June 23.
This may be splitting hairs, but Just Cause 2 isn't an FPS, it's an open-world third person shooter, similar to Grand Theft Auto. I wouldn't even bother correcting, but I actually wanted to reply to this thread anyway to talk about that game in particular.
I missed the boat on the original Just Cause when it came around a few years ago, despite it being available for three(!) of the systems I owned at the time. I just didn't know much about it other than that it was a GTA clone that had Spanish flavor and jungles. Well, in anticipation of the sequel, I finally bought it off of a customer the other day for $5. And wow, it's actually a lot of fun. I can't express how awesome it is to use a grappling hook to attach to the back of a car, zipline your way into it, hop on top, then jump off and IN MID AIR pop out your parachute and fly off a cliffside. The whole thing's a hell of an adrenaline rush, and while the story and character models leave a lot to be desired and the missions are somewhat repetitive, the sandbox stuff is some of the most fun I've had in a game lately.
Now, I'll be buying Just Cause 2 on launch day. If you missed out the first time like I did, give it a try. You may be surprised how much you like it.
- Blue Toad Murder Files Episode 1 ($7.49) - Blue Toad Murder Files Episode 1-3 Bundle ($14.99)
- Anarchy: Rush Hour ($7.99)
- Hamsterball ($9.99)
- Wakeboarding HD ($14.99)
- Section 8 ($29.99)
PSone Classics - Perfect Weapon ($5.99)
Add-on Game Content - LittleBigPlanet Sonic Costume, Tails Costume, Knuckles Costume, Dr. Eggman Costume, Werehog Costume ($1.99 each) - LittleBigPlanet Sonic Costumes and Stickers Kit ($5.99)
- Hustle Kings Time Savers Pack ($1.49)
- MAG Trooper Gear Pack (free)
- Blue Toad Murder Files Episode 2 ($7.49)
- Blue Toad Murder Files Episode 3 ($7.49)
- High Stakes Poker Connelly Card Club ($2.99)
- ZEN Pinball Earth Defense Table ($2.49)
- DJ Hero Jay Z Vs. Eminem Pack ($7.99)
Guitar Hero 5 - “Girls, Girls, Girls” by Motley Crue ($1.99) - “Sister Christian” by Night Ranger ($1.99) - “We Got The Beat” by The Go-Go’s” ($1.99) - 80s Track Pack ($5.49)
Rock Band - “Am I Crazy”— Little Fish (free) - “Bang Bang”— Little Fish ($0.99) - “Darling Dear”— Little Fish ($0.99) - “Outer Space”— Ace Frehley ($1.99) - “All-American Girl”— Carrie Underwood ($1.99) - “Stop and Stare”— OneRepublic ($1.99) - “Blue Spark”— X ($1.99) - “The Hungry Wolf”— X ($1.99) - “I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts”— X ($1.99) - “Los Angeles”— X ($1.99) - X Pack 1 ($6.99)
Don't blame EA...they're just doing what many businesses would do when confronted with legit competition. If you wanna blame anyone, blame the ESPN title, for not only cutting the price in half, but putting out a far superior product, IMO.