1. BioShock—2K Games (Xbox 360)
2. Halo 3*—Microsoft (Xbox 360)
3. Metroid Prime 3: Corruption—Nintendo (Wii)
4. Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day—Nintendo (DS)
5. Nintendo DS Lite w/ Brain Age 2—Nintendo (DS)
6. Wii Play w/ Remote—Nintendo (Wii)
7. Halo 3 Ltd. Edition*—Microsoft (Xbox 360)
8. BioShock—2K Games (PC)
9. Madden NFL 08—EA (Xbox 360)
10. Brain Age—Nintendo (DS)
Yes, that's Halo 3 you're seeing on there. The star indicates pre-orders if
you can believe that. So the amount of pre-orders for Halo 3 makes it close
to being the top-selling game for all formats something like a month before
it's even released.
SouthPeak Games announced Ninjatown for the Nintendo DS, a game based on the Shawnimals’ plushy toy line. The game is under development at Venan Entertainment in conjunction with Cashmere Productions and it is scheduled for release during fall 2008. Check the trailer (below) and the press release for more details.
What's that prince? They've brought you back for a third fourth instalment
to find more crap the king of the Universe has tossed hap-hazardley around?
Actually he apparently needs a Beautous Katamari, but whos keeping count. I'm a
fan of the series, and if you've never played it, and own a PS2, or I suppose
now a 360, oh hey and apparently a PSP version that slipped by me, course that’s
not too surprising as I don't own one, but back on track, if you own one of
those 3 systems, go get Katamari Damacy (pronounced Katamari
Damashii). Well 360 has to wait
till October, and if I’m lucky a Wii version rumoured for February, but the
rest of you, no excuse.
Starting today, gamers can pre-order BioShock on Steam for $49.95, and begin playing the moment the game
is made available (August 21 in the US and 24th in Europe). You can also pre-load the game and purchase it when your ready.