Now Loading for week of 2/14/2011: The “I’m Gonna Take You for a Ride” Edition

by: Jeremy -
Hmm... gee... is anything of interest launching this week? Oh, yeah: IT’S MAH-VEL BABY! Sorry, the one game that I have been waiting for is finally here. There are a couple of other solid releases hitting the shelves this week as well. Here are some of this week’s highlights.

By the way, you can catch our full review of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 later this morning.

2/14/11
  • Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation for Nintendo DS- Dragon Quest VI finally makes it’s way stateside. The original, Japanese title has been heralded as one of the greatest entries in the DQ series and Square-Enix is finally (officially) translating it into English.

2/15/11
  • Back to the Future: The Game for PlayStation Network- Telltale’s take on the Back to the Future franchise will no longer be restricted to the PC as the first game in the series hits PSN this week. The rest of the volumes are expected to launch monthly following this initial release.
  • Gears of War Triple Pack for Xbox 360- Epic wants to prepare you for the upcoming Gears of War 3 by bundling both the original two games and the DLC into one, convenient package at a great price. If you have never experienced the Gears franchise, now is as good of a time as ever.
  • Hyperdimension Neptunia for PlayStation 3- Oops, some retailers had it listed for last week but it looks as if this is the week that NIS America’s insane crossover RPG hits the PlayStation 3.
  • Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3- It’s finally here... the next installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series is back! You can expect our full review of the title later this morning...

2/16/2011
  • Hard Corps: Uprising for Xbox Live Arcade- Arc System Works take on the classic Contra series pays major homage to the classic Genesis title Contra: Hard Corps. If it plays anything like the original, expect one of the hardest games ever...

Are you getting anything on the list?
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