What a racquetVirtua Tennis 4 is on the way to Move in April, and Sega wants to help you get into the swing of things with a new bundle for the game.
Date archives for March, 2011
It's late on a Thursday and I'm chilling out with some Sade. Life is good.
I'd just like to say, I've never bred with a newt. Just so you know.
Prepare for big numbersDS is Europe's undoubted sales champion, according to recent data from GameStop and technology research firm IDG. In fact, such is the console's success, its sales are more than triple any other non-Nintendo console on the market.
Just paid for a GamesPress Pro membership. Don't I feel important?
Start a Net BlitzAfter the disappointment of the PlayStation Move controls in Top Spin 4, tennis aficionados are now looking to Virtua Tennis 4 for a better racquet experience. Sega has just announced the game will land on PlayStation 3 with exclusive content compared to Virtua Tennis 4 on Kinect and Nintendo Wii.
Will you be an April fool?This week's North American Nintendo Download was underwhelming to say the least, and its European counterpart absolutely blows it out of the water. Let's see what treats await.
Virtual ConsoleBrawl Brothers (JALECO, Super NES, 800pts) — We've already got Rival Turf on Virtual Console, and now its successor reaches the download service, with all the head-punching and bone-thwacking you'd expect. We'll bring you a full review of this fraternal fighter in the coming days.
DSiWareGO Series: Captain Sub (Gamebridge, 200pts) — Take a submarine into the depths of the oceans to find treasure, torpedo sea creatures and generally enjoy life at 20,000 leagues under the sea. We'll dive into this one to surface with a full review next week.
WiiWare DemosSoccer Bashi (Icon Games) — Try out this mixture of brick-breaking and football for free, then read our Soccer Bashi review and never speak of this game again.
Just saw my first Countdown to E3. Two months and six days of sanity left, then.