February Releases

February brings us nasty weather and a decent list of video game releases.

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Week of February 8th
Superstars V8 Next Challenge
Test Drive Unlimited 2
You Don’t Know Jack– I know that this game has been rumored/talked about for a while, but I am really excited about playing some YDKJ with the wife!

Week of February 15th
Dance Paradise
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
Gears of War Triple Pack

Week of February 22nd
De Blob 2
Bulletstorm – Epic Edition
Driver: San Francisco
Knights Contract– I remember the trailer for this game. It was rather… crunchy.
Dreamcast Collection

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Week of February 1st
Ultimate Battle of the Sexes
Jewel Quest Trilogy Wii
Mr. Bean

Week of February 8th
You Don’t Know Jack
Mario Sports Mix

Week of February 15th
Pirate Blast

Week of February 22nd
Driver: San Francisco
TrackMania: Build to Race
De Blob 2

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Week of February 1st
Photo Phantasy– This “rated E for Everyone” DS game does not sound like it deserves an “E” rating (if you know what I mean)
Mr. Bean
Zombiez Seeker

Week of February 8th
Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble
You Don’t Know Jack
Jewel Quest Solitaire Trio
Zhu Zhu Princess: Carriages and Castles

Week of February 15th
thinkSMART Scotland Yard
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation– Definitely being added to my library
Chronicles Of Mystery: The Secret Tree of Life

Week of February 22nd
TrackMania Turbo: Build to Race
Nanda’s Island
Tin Can
Radiant Historia
De Blob 2

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Week of February 1st
The Sims 3 Outdoor Living Stuff
Colossus 4 Pack – Build a New Civilization
PopCap Greatest Hits – Bejeweled 2, Peggle, Zuma
Insider Tales: Missing in Rome
Magicka DLC [Online Game Code]

Week of February 8th
Edna and Harvey: The Breakout
You Don’t Know Jack
Black Mirror 2: Reigning Evil
Test Drive Unlimited 2
Dungeons

Week of February 15th
Amnesia

Week of February 22nd
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
Driver: San Francisco
The Egyptian Trilogy
Gray Matter
Bulletstorm – Limited Edition
EverQuest II: Destiny of Velious

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Week of February 8th
Trinity: Souls Of Zill O’ll
Hyperdimension Neptunia
Test Drive Unlimited 2
You Don’t Know Jack
Superstars V8 Next Challenge

Week of February 15th
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

Week of February 22nd
Killzone 3
Bulletstorm – Limited Edition
Driver: San Francisco
Knights Contract
De Blob 2

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Week of February 15th
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together

Week of February 22nd
YS: I&II Chronicles

What are you picking up?

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Comments

  1. I want to play De Blob 2 as I adored the first one, but I haven’t seen much about it so I’ll keep that in the rental queue for now.

    I’ll get Tactics Ogre at some point but I’m in no rush. And Radiant Historia and DQVI will be bought instantaneously.

    Other than that, there’s not much that is stirring the blood for me this month, which is fine by me as I have lots that I’m working on while clearing out my backlog.

    That said, for those who haven’t already picked up the Steam version, Amnesia is a fantastic game and probably the scariest thing I’ve ever played. And don’t be fooled by Dungeons. It’s not Dungeon Keeper or anything really akin to Dungeon Keeper if the reports are to be believed, which is shameful on the part of the publisher as the trailer for the game does everything but declare that it’s Dungeon Keeper 3.

    Lastly, I really, really hope that YDKJ lives up to its namesake. I adored the game back when I was in university and kind of wish that it was going to be given a game-show style treatment on Live a la 1 vs 100. Oh well.

    • I don’t know much about Radiant Historia but with all the fun I’ve had with DQIX I think I’ll be seriously thinking about DQVI.

      I saw you were playing YDKJ the other day. Any impressions?

      • YDKJ is awesome. It’s hilarious, as it should be, and straddles the line between funny and silly and smart in a great way. It is a definate throw-back to the old version and that’s just the way I want it.

        Radiant Historia is moving up my list of most anticipated games right quick. It sounds like a more serious take on Chrono Trigger and it’s being developed in-house by Atlus, which means it will have a pretty high level of quality. Can’t wait.

  2. Not a single thing.

    Amen.

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