Retail (Tuesday) – Build-a-Bear Workshop: Friendship Valley – How to Train Your Dragon – Pizza Delivery Boy – Red Steel 2 (game only, or with MotionPlus) – Rooms: The Main Building
Rock Band DLC (Tuesday) – X: Blue Spark – X: The Hungry Wolf – X: I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts – X: Los Angeles – Little Fish: Bang Bang (100 points) – Little Fish: Darling Dear (100 points) – Ace Frehley: Outer Space – Carrie Underwood: All-American Girl – OneRepublic: Stop & Stare
Guitar Hero 5 DLC (Thursday) – Motley Crue: Girls, Girls, Girls – The Go-Gos: We Got the Beat – Night Ranger: Sister Christian
DJ Hero DLC (Thursday) - Jay-Z vs. Eminem mashups (300 points each)
I downloaded Cave Story last night after hearing about it nonstop on a bunch of gaming websites. I never played it on the PC, but it's really good on WiiWare. Some cool concepts, and killer music. 1200 points is steep, but I can't deny it's better than all of the other Wii shovelware currently available.
Originally posted by JaguarI got Red Steel 2 this week and it is awesome
Agreed. I normally avoid buying games that don't have a compelling story of some kind, but Nintendo platforms are the exception. For the Wii and DS, I just want fun gameplay that shows off the control methods. Red Steel 2 is that. It's just a whole lot of slash & shoot fun. I'd recommend it to anyone who owns a Wii and isn't satisfies by Mario and Endless Ocean.
This is awesome news for OLD-SKOOL~! gamers like myself. The Blue Bomber Returns - Kotaku Mega Man 9 looks to be the first official Mega Man sequel in ages and will actually retain the look and gameplay style of the old NES Mega Man titles.