Now Loading for the week of 3/21/2011: Cuban LEGO Crysis Edition

by: Jeremy -
There are quite a few titles on tap for this week as the gaming world prepares for the Nintendo 3DS launch next week. The spotlight this week will likely be on two titles: Crysis 2 and LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. Both games have strong followings behind them and fans anxiously awaiting their arrival.

Some of the game that you can expect to see in stores this week are:

3/21/2011
  • Arcade Essentials for Nintendo WiiWare: Nordcurrent bundles five classic arcade games with a modern look and feel. The full version is available for 500 Wii points.
  • Dive- The Medes Islands Secret for Nintendo WiiWare: Assume the role of John Sanders, a treasure hunter, as you head out on diving expeditions around the world searching for lost ships and sunken treasure. A demo version of the game is available and the full version costs 1,000 Wii points.
  • G.G. Series D-TANK for Nintendo DSiWare: Partake in a wide variety of defensive and offensive missions behind the controls of a tank, using various bombs and special ammunition. The full version costs 200 DSi points.
  • Natsume Championship Wrestling for the Nintendo Virtual Console: The SNES classic is back with 12 wrestlers ready to bring the pain to the Virtual Console. The original title was one of the deepest of the genre in the 16-bit era. The full game is available for 800 Wii points.
  • Shapo for Nintendo DSiWare: A puzzle game from Tik Games featuring more than 150 levels in various modes. Available for 500 DSi points.
3/22/2011
  • Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood for PC: Ubisoft’s latest AC game finally makes its way to the PC after a few months of delay.
  • Battle- Los Angeles for PlayStation Network: Relive the thrill of the Hollywood movie as you fight the battle alongside the characters from the film.
  • Crysis 2 for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3: The former-PC-exclusive franchise is finally making its way to consoles with a new adventure. How much difference can a suit of armor really make in battle? A lot... especially when it has the abilities that this one does.
  • Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy for PlayStation Portable: The all-star cast is back for more high intensity action with new characters and new environments. The game will also be available for purchase through the PSN.
  • Dynasty Warriors 7 for the PlayStation 3: The Dynasty Warriors franchise makes a true jump to the next generation of gaming, with full stereoscopic 3D support.
  • Hoard for PlayStation Portable: The hit PSN game makes its way to Sony’s portable console. The game will also be available for purchase electronically through the PSN.
  • Legend of Mana for PlayStation Network: One of Square’s greatest titles from the original PlayStation era returns as a PS One classic this week.
  • LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars for PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo Wii, and Nintendo DS: Traveller’s Tales goes back to the well, this time using the Cartoon Network original series for material of a new Star Wars adventure with a LEGO twist.
  • Mayhem 3D for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3: Fast cars, big explosions... what more could you ask for?
  • Naruto Shippuden- Kizume Drive for PlayStation Portable: More Naruto for the anime fans out there... sure to be a hit with the faithful.
  • PlayStation Move Heroes for PlayStation 3: The greatest heroes from Sony’s various franchises come together in an adventure game created especially for the PlayStation Move. 
  • Swarm for PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade (3/23/2011): Hothead Games’ latest creation which combines action and puzzle solving.
  • Tomb Raider Trilogy for PlayStation 3: This PS3 exclusive title bundles three of Lara Croft’s greatest adventures onto one disc, all remastered in true HD with full Trophy support.
3/23/2011
  • Ghostbusters- Sanctum of Slime for PC, PlayStation Network, and Xbox Live Arcade: Who you gonna call? Atari’s downloadable sequel to the multiplayer hit from just a few short years ago launches across all platforms this week.
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