VC/WW Europe (last Friday) - You, Me, and the Cubes (WW, 1,000 points) - Tales of Monkey Island Chapter 2: The Siege of Spinner Cay (WW, 1,000 points) - Sexy Poker (WW, 1 500 points) - Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord - Palom ally add-on (WW, 200 points) - Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord - Living Room Set add-on (WiiWare, 400 points) - R-Type (Sega Master System, 500 Wii points)
Retail (Tuesday) - Dead Space Extraction - Deca Sports 2 - Family Feud 2010 Edition - Family Fun Football - The Hardy Boys: Hidden Theft - MySims Agents - Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga - Wii Fit Plus (by itself or with the balance board)
Rock Band DLC (Tuesday; all songs 200 points each except where noted) * Alice in Chains - "A Looking in View" * Alice in Chains - "Check My Brain" * Alice in Chains - "No Excuses" * Alice in Chains - "Rooster" * Alice in Chains - "Would?" * Breaking Benjamin - "I Will Not Bow" * Breaking Benjamin - "So Cold" * Breaking Benjamin - "Diary of Jane" * Just Kait - "U Suck" (100 points) * Kula Shaker - "Hey Dude" * Kula Shaker - "Knight on the Town"
I'm probably going to get Wii Fit Plus (single disc). $20 seems pretty reasonable for 6 new exercises, 15 new balance games, and the ability to create (or use pre-set) uninterrupted routines. The lack of that last feature was the first game's biggest flaw and the reason I don't play it very much anymore. I usually only have about a half hour to get some Wii Fit exercise in, and exiting to the menu to select a new exercise got really tedious after a while.
I don't have Rock Band, so I'm not sure, but don't they usually try to string together some common theme for the track packs? The reason I ask is because putting Turbonegro and White Zombie together is just plain weird. EDIT: