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Kirby’s Epic Yarn

Oct 17, 2010

Kirby’s first console platform game since the Nintendo 64 days introduces an amazing new look based on animated yarn and a world of cloth and textiles. The creative approach is woven directly into the game play and allows the ever-morphing Kirby to take on a variety of new forms. A simultaneous two player mode will have players of all skill levels enjoying this one-of-a-kind experience.


  • The look of the world is stunning, but it’s also interactive. Pulling on stray threads might reveal hidden areas. When Kirby literally goes behind the scenes, the virtual fabric warps and bends to show his location.
  • Thanks to his versatile yarn composition, Kirby can take on a variety of forms both in his common actions and when he transforms into powerful vehicles. When Kirby dashes, he zips around as a car. In water, he turns into a submarine. At times he can even transform into a massive robotic tank, a UFO and other vehicles.
  • Two players can play through the entire game together.
  • Beads and collectible items are scattered throughout the environments for players to find.

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Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team

Oct 19, 2010

For the first time ever Dragon Ball Z fans can enter into two vs. two combat in Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team for the PSP system. Play solo or team up via Ad Hoc mode to tackle memorable battles in a variety of single player and multiplayer modes, including Dragon Walker, Battle 100, and Survival Mode. Dragon Walker Mode takes fans through the entire epic Dragon Ball Z story arc from the Saiyan saga to the Majin Buu saga. Battle 100 Mode tasks players to relive the most epic encounters and newly created scenarios from the Dragon Ball Z world in ever-increasingly difficult situations.

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Empire: Total War – Gold Edition

Oct 19, 2010

With over 7 million units sold and universal acclaim from the press and community, Total War is one of the most successful PC franchises of all time. The Gold edition includes the critically acclaimed Empire Total War and its sequel Napoleon Total War.


* Best of IGN 2009 – Winner in the Best Strategy Game category.
* Introducing true 3D naval combat for the first time.
* Choose from 12 factions and expand your empire over the largest campaign map ever.
* Take part in the founding of the United States in the episodic “Road to Independence” campaign.
* Also includes the following DLC: Elite Units of the East, Elite Units of the West, Elite Units of America, and the Warpath Campaign.


* Three story-driven campaigns immerse you in the life and battles of Napoleon in Italy, Egypt and across the entire European continent.
* Experience the famous conflicts of the Napoleonic age on land and sea: Austerlitz, Trafalgar, Waterloo and many more.
* New campaign multiplayer: play online against a friend for the fate of Europe.
* Also includes the following DLC: The Peninsular Campaign, Coalition Battle Pack, and the Elite Regiment.

Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals

Oct 19, 2010 (EU)

The Sinistrals, legendary gods of destruction spoken of in feared whispers, have returned. The world’s mightiest armies are helpless to stop the fear and chaos spreading across the land. It’s up to the fiery monster hunter Maxim and his eclectic band of adventurers to put a stop to the Sinistrals. Their adventures will take them across an expansive world packed with deadly monsters, powerful items, and diabolical puzzles! This action RPG features six playable characters to choose from, each with their own special abilities and attacks. Players will need to master them all if they want to stand a chance against the game’s fierce enemies and towering bosses that fill both screens!

SBK X Superbike World Championship

PC, PS3, X360
Oct 19, 2010

The newest addition to the simulation Superbike World Championship racing series developed by Milestone, will be shipping in America with the Legends Pack DLC on disc for console versions. The Legends Pack brings the biggest names in Superbike racing back onto the track! Players can destroy the competition as “King” Carl Fogarty on his beast of a Ducati 996, or take control of Ben Spies’ devastating Yamaha R1. With 16 legendary racers to choose from, players will be able to take the competition of the present and face off against the masters of the past! No matter who they choose, they’ll ride the track as a Legend.SBK X offers a wealth of options to the player: whether pursuing a highly realistic racing experience or just thirsty for a push-button go-fast thrill ride, players will find what they need. Add in constantly evolving tracks, 90+ racers to choose from, three separate racing classes, 16 player multiplayer, and a robust career mode, and players will find that SBK X gives them everything they’re looking for.

Time Crisis: Razing Storm

Oct 19, 2010
Civil unrest and terrorism plagues the world as an influential and dangerous international military organization decides to declare war against the United States. The government deploys an elite task force to South America for the purpose of capturing the mastermind behind this conflict. The future of the free world depends on these special operatives. Can they stop this warlord before it is too late?

Improving upon the arcade hit, Time Crisis: Razing Storm will feature extensive gameplay modes that combine the series’ traditional shooting action with fully destructible environments. Arcade Mode will provide the perfect coin-op adaptation as players experience the adrenaline rush of defeating a chaotic onslaught of enemies. Much like the arcade experience, a friend can drop in and out at any time during the action. In Story Mode, players are able to freely move about the stages as a member of the elite Delta Team. With an arsenal of weapons at their disposal, players can navigate through different areas and silence anyone or anything that stands in their path. They can also strategically take cover behind objects, as well as lock onto enemies with the new Auto Look function. New to the series, a multiplayer Online Battle Mode will allow up to eight players from around the world to participate in cooperative and competitive fun. For a change in pace offline, Sentry Mode offers up to four players the opportunity to stop prisoners from escaping during a penitentiary riot that unfolds in the beginning of the main story.

The fun doesn’t stop there, soldier. Rounding out the package, Time Crisis: Razing Storm will also include two additional games: Deadstorm Pirates and Time Crisis 4.

Just released in the arcades, Deadstorm Pirates allows players to set sail and step into the shoes of a young swashbuckler. Go forth on single or two player co-op arcade adventures while shooting down hordes of adversaries and extraordinary monsters. Deadstorm Pirates’ intuitive gameplay mechanics will have players manning the helm, firing guns and cannons, as they travel across the open seas in search for Poseidon’s Breath. With two players in tow, teamwork will be key to unleash an ever powerful combination shot.

Costume Quest

X360 Arcade
Oct 20, 2010
Costume Quest follows the adventure of a group of young friends who must rid their neighborhood of monsters using only their wits, their bravery, and their home-made costumes. Players go door-to-door collecting candy, points, cards, battle stamps and quest assignments as they prepare themselves for Combat Mode — where they transform into larger-than-life versions of their costumes. Explore the various neighborhoods, complete quests, discover hidden areas and trick-or-treat your way through this spooky Halloween night.


Fallout: New Vegas

PC, PS3, X360
Oct 22, 2010
Fallout: New Vegas takes place during the year 2281, three years after the end of Fallout 3, and 204 years after the Great War of 2077, making this installment chronologically the latest in the series thus far. The game is set in post-apocalyptic Las Vegas, Nevada and the Mojave Desert known as the “Mojave Wasteland” which is roughly the same size as the “Capital Wasteland” in Fallout 3. Unlike other cities in the Fallout series, Las Vegas was not struck directly by a nuclear attack. Its buildings remain intact, and mutation of its inhabitants is minimal. The city is divided between various factions. Landmarks featured in Fallout: New Vegas include the Hoover Dam that supplies power to the city and the Helios 1 solar energy plant. Like Fallout 3, you can follow a “Main Storyline” or just explore the wastelands. Some change from Fallout 3 include a reputation system, Iron Sight targeting, and a modification system that allows for weapon modifications, such as adding scopes, increasing rate of fire, and changing size of magazines.

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