The Week In Games: I Guess Saying 'Yawn' Would Be Cruel...

By James Hawkins in New Releases
Tuesday, May 31, 2011 at 6:00 pm
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Well, another week into summer, and we've got ourselves a little drought. Now, I know it is unfair to dole out unenthusiasm to the games, developers, and publishers that suffer from the singular trait of being uninteresting to the mainstream audience, but really, there isn't a whole lot to be extremely excited about this week. It's not fair. I know it isn't. It doesn't condemn the games to being bad -- not at all -- but the hype machine is eerily quiet.

But I guess PC gamers have two things to delight in -- Call of Duty: Black Ops - Escalation and BioShock 2: Minerva's Den are both finally making their way to personal computers everywhere. Both are very worthy editions to their respective base titles, and they will make your experience a better one by playing them. And there's also Valet Parking 1989...
Monday, May 30

-B Team - Episode 1: Dust & Steel (DS)
-FAST - Racing League (Wii)
-House M.D. - Episode 1: Globetrotting (DS)
-Soon Serenade (PC)
-Valet Parking 1989 (DS)

Tuesday, May 31

-BioShock 2: Minerva's Den (PC)
-BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II (3DS, PSP)
-Chronicles of Merlin (PC)
-Cities in Motion: Tokyo (PC)
-Ducati Challenge (PSP)
-Duke Nukem Critical Mass (DS)
-Get Up Family Game Sports (Wii)
-Hunted: The Demon's Forge (X360, PC, PS3)
-Koya Rift (PC)
-Prius Online (PC)
-The Sims 3: Generations (PC)

Wednesday, June 1

-Curse of Slate Rock Manor (PC)

Thursday, June 2

-Call of Duty: Black Ops - Escalation (PC)
-The Next Big Thing (MAC)

Friday, June 3

-Dawn of Fantasy (PC)
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