New Game Announcements

New Game Announcements


Fresh Hits By Matthew Walker

Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga:

A few weeks ago we reported that the Lego Star Wars series might be combined into one collector’s set. Well, it has been confirmed. To celebrate the 30 th anniversary of Star Wars this November, the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, and DS will be receiving the title. Though most of the game will be what we have played before, there will be additions as well, which will include possible unseen levels that we will be able to use the force through, 160 playable characters, complete customization, and online capabilities for the PS3 and Xbox 360. The Wii and DS will also receive special treatment due to their controls. Keep an eye out for our preview as more information becomes available.

Metal Gear Solid: Complete:

It is hard to believe that it has been twenty years since Snake’s Solid storyline began. To commemorate the impressive Solid story, Konami is re-releasing the Solid series. Each title will be priced accordingly and even the most recent PSP title will make it into the pack. No word on whether there will be new added content to any of the games or what to expect from the collector’s set, but we will keep you posted.

90’s Singstar:

The singing party games have been testing vocal cords across the globe. Now, with the popularity of Singstar finally taking off stateside, we can expect to see more titles roll in from the series. The latest is all about the 90’s, and what else could we ask for in a singing game? Be on the lookout for our preview of the next installment into the Singstar pantheon.

Need for Speed: ProStreet:

In a series that has like a gazillion titles, it can be hard to keep up with all of them. EA has decided to add one more to the confusion, and we could not be happier. With recent smash hits like Most Wanted and Carbon, Need for Speed has solidified their continued appeal to fans all across the globe. We will have more on this title in our preview coming soon. Need for Speed: ProStreet is set for a fall 2007 release.

Naruto: Path of the Ninja:

An RPG for the mega popular series is getting ready to set sail for the states. The title will be released on the DS and it looks quite impressive. Naruto: Path of the Ninja will be the first RPG to hit North America, there have been three released thus far in Japan between the DS and Gameboy Advance. We will have some more info for you soon in our preview, faster than you can say Ninja Rap!

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