As a normal amass of widespread video game releases, Gamasutra “Release This!” acquires a glance at each game title we identify to be distributing to stores in a tradition compiled record.
The following record covers the entire game software we recognize to be accessible across all platforms and regions for the week ending January 22, 2011.
In the United States the following games was released:
Nintendo Wii: Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time (online); Xbox 360:
– Mindjack; PlayStation 3: LittleBigPlanet 2, Mass Effect , Mindjack; Nintendo DS: Glory Days – Tactical Defense (DSi online),The Mysterious Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Plants vs. Zombies, Touch ‘N’ Play Collection; PC: Monday Night Combat (online), Venetica
DIY action game of Media Molecule LittleBigPlantets obtains a follow-up on the Play Station 3, incoming next to an upgraded PS3 port of BioWare’s sci-fi action-RPG Mass Effect 2.
(photo via: playstationlifestyle.net)
Third-person shooter Mindjack of Square Enix is moreover put to opening on consoles, as PopCap prepares a Nintendo DS edition of its strike tower defense title Plants vs. Zombies.
In Europe the following games was released:
Nintendo Wii: Tangled; Xbox 360: Mindjack; PlayStation 3: LittleBigPlanet ,2 Mass Effect 2 Mindjack; Nintendo DS: Tangled
LittleBigPlanet 2 and Mass Effect 2 will furthermore first appearance in the UK, together with Mindjack and Disney’s animated film tie-in game Tangled.
In Japan, the following games was released:
Xbox 360: Kinect Joy Ride,Majin to Ushinawareta Oukoku; PlayStation 3: Majin to
Ushinawareta Oukoku; Nintendo DS: Eigo de Tabisuru: Little Charo, Kaijuu Busters Powered, Zombie Daisuki; PlayStation Portable:Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep Final Mix, Venus & Braves: Majo to Megami to Horobi no Yogen
Majin of Namco and the Forsaken Kingdom obtains a Japanese localization (as Majin to Ushinawareta Oukoku), whereas the Kinect’s software library increases one title stronger with Kinect Joy Ride.
Portable highlights consist of ChunSoft’s Pikmin-like concurrent plan game Zombie Daisuki, the Nintendo-published language trainer Eigo de Tabisuru: Little Charo, and an improved release of Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep.