January Releases

It’s time for the monthly video game releases for January. Not a ton of killer titles, but Burnout Paradise is great way to start out the year. Advance Wars on the DS also will probably be added to my collection. Take a look. Think you’ll pick anything up this month?

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January 8th
NFL Tour
Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom

January 22nd
Burnout Paradise
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty – Turning Point looks to be in the running for the worse box-art of 2008.

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January 8th
Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity
Balloon Pop
Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law
Luxor: Pharaoh’s Challenge

January 15th
Endless Ocean: Dive, Discover, Dream
CSI Hard Evidence
Furu Furu Park
Samurai Warriors: Katana
Nitrobike

January 22nd
No More Heroes
One Piece: Unlimited Adventure

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January 8th
Brain Challenge

January 15th
Advance Wars: Days of Ruin – I was not aware we were this close to the release of the new Advance Wars.
Pocket Pets (Dogs, Cats, Hamsters more)
Corvette Evolution GT
Miami Nights
Jackass: The Video Game – This game can’t have a single redeeming quality, but with my love for all things Johnny Knoxville and morbid curiosity, I may pick this one up. Pray for my soul if I actually like it.
Barnyard Blast – With a subtitle of “Swine of the Night,” can you really go wrong with this one?
Command and Destroy

January 22nd
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games
Mega Brain Boost – All these brain games! My brain is going to explode it’s so overworked!

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January 8th
The Sims Carnival SnapCity
Chessmaster 10th Edition JC
The Sims Carnival BumperBlast

January 15th
Rail Simulator
Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey – Isn’t that redundant? I mean, they are Disney Princesses. If they’re going on a journey, it’s assumed it’s going to be pretty friggin’ Enchanted.
Battlefield 2142 Deluxe Edition
Sword Of The Stars: Born Of Blood
Flatout: Ultimate Carnage

January 22nd
Pirates of the Burning Sea – Putting the Pirates in your MMORPGs!
Pet Vet 3D: Animal Hospital Down Under
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty
SunAge

January 29th
The Sims Castaway Stories
The Lost Crown: A Ghosthunting Adventure

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January 8th
NFL Tour

January 22nd
Burnout Paradise
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty

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January 8th
Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law

January 22nd
Rainbow Island: Revolution

Comments

  1. You forgot to list Savage 2! Of course, I don’t blame you. That game has been suffering from poor marketing since the original.

    http://savage2.s2games.com/

  2. I’m interested to see how NitroBike, No More Heroes, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games and Endless Ocean go. I don’t think that any of them will be particularly brilliant but still great games.

    I think that Burnout will probably be the best game of the month.

    Rainbow Island: Revolution is just a port of the PSP game, right? Or the other way around.

  3. My son and I have put almost 20 hours into the Burnout Paradise demo.

    It’s reserved now.

  4. @Alex – Magic wands and Miniguns? I’m there! I hadn’t heard of Savage before, so thanks for pointing that one out!

    @Daniel – No More Heroes is getting decent reviews, so I’ll definitely be checking that one out.

  5. Yeah, I’m not too sure about No More Heroes. After years of anticipation for Killer 7 I was ultimately let down with it’s gameplay. Although NMH looks to be an improvement, its still style over substance. Probably worth the money but I don’t think that I’ll pick it up.

  6. flamingsquirrel says:

    No More Heroes has style AND substance! Killer 7 was crap, looked cool, wasn’t any fun. No More Heroes looks cool (not AS cool as Killer 7) but is really fun. the combat is awesome, the overworld is a little lacking, but the missions and boss fights are AWESOME.

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