There's no way I'm going to remember to check for the midweek stuff, you may just want to discuss among yourselves.
Gold Member Deals of the Week (Tuesday) - Shadow Complex (600 GOLD/1200 otherwise) - wait, points? I don't understand this at all. Also, you drive on the left side of the road? Madness! - Saints Row 2 ($14.99 GOLD/$20) - Saints Row 2: Ultor Exposed (400/800) - Saints Row 2: Corporate Warfare (280/560) - Perfect Dark (400/800)
Retail (Tuesday) - Batman: Arkham City - Ben 10 Galactic Racing - Grease Dance - JASF: Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters - Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine - PowerUP Heroes - Rocksmith - The Sims 3: Pets - Tropico 4
Games on Demand (Tuesday) nothing?
Demos (Tuesday) - Need for Speed: The Run
Rock Band 3 DLC (Tuesday; * has optional Pro Guitar/Bass for an extra $1) - Coldplay Collection 01 "Yellow" * "The Scientist" "Clocks" * "Fix You" "Viva la Vida" "Every Teardrop is a Waterfall"
Other DLC (Tuesday) - Deus Ex: Human Revolution - The Missing Link
Got my copy of Batman today. From the brief time I've spent with it, it is as good as advertised. My favorite thing about these games is that they force the player to slow down and plan during fights. You're surrounded by 10 or more enemies and the initial reaction is to button mash to clear them out ASAP. But that's not the best way to do things. Plan the attack, one button press per move, no wasted actions. It's amazing how well the devs were able to replicate what makes Batman so awesome in fights.
I read about this game in the WSJ yesterday and wanted to check it out. Anyone else heard of it? It has the look of an old Atari type game. To move around, just use the arrow keys. It's pretty interesting and certainly unique.