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.
Go northeast of Pravoka to a little penninsula which points the farthest north of any piece of land on the southern continent. In the original game, this area was accidentally programmed by Square to contain monsters from the Lefein area.