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New Releases 3/3/29 The Big “O” Edition


This week we see three new releases for the Wii that all begin with the letter ‘O‘, doubling the amount of games for Nintendo’s console whose title begins with the round vowel. Useless statistics aside, there are a number of compelling games for portable systems this week, so wise shoppers can avoid Opoona.

Xbox 360
Dark Sector
Universe at War: Earth Assault
Viking: Battle for Asgard

PS3
Dark Sector
Viking: Battle for Asgard

Wii
Obscure: The Aftermath
Octomania
Opoona

PSP
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
Warriors Orochi

DS
Backyard Baseball ’09
Harvest Moon DS Cute
Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword

PS2
Naruto Ultimate Ninja 3
Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis

Pick of the Week: While Dark Sector looks interesting, we predict a quick price drop for this Gears of War wannabe. PSP owners should pick up Crisis Core, which adds a bit of action to the typical RPG. DS owners will want to take a look at Ninja Gaiden, which somehow manages to replicate the combat of the popular series on a touch screen. 

About Robert Allen

With over 35 years of gaming experience, Robert 'DesertEagle' Allen is Tech-Gaming's resident worrier/warrior who spends his days teaching at three colleges and his nights devoted to JRPGs.

11 comments

  1. I get O for owl. You guys is tricky.

    I will probably pick up Crisis Core when it’s make the drop to $20.

  2. Ninja Gaiden DS for me.

  3. Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis, I purchased the full collectors edition.

  4. Nothing for me, until GTA4

  5. Three O Games, Oh Heavens!

  6. NG-DS looks cool. Anyone know how well it plays?

  7. Mana Khemia was delayed until next week.

  8. What the hell is Opoona? It sounds nasty!

  9. Can’t wait to play Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword.

  10. I’m also saving my pennies until GTA comes out. These expensive 360 games are like an ass rape with a razor dildo.

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