On Monday Nintendo added yet another 3 classic games to the Wii's Shop Channel. Wii owners with a high-speed Internet access can redeem Wii Points to download the following titles: Bubble Bobble, Light Crusader, and Top Hunter.
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Rock Band allows you to perform famous rock music with your friends as a virtual band using drum, bass/lead guitar and vocals, as well as online. Harmonix has released three new songs for Rock Band, downloadable through Xbox Live (next week on PlayStation Network). Lynyrd Skynyrd's Three Steps, a cover of Black Crowes' Hard to Handle and Rush's Limelight, also covered, for 160 Microsoft Points each.
Grey Dog Software announces its latest sports management simulation title, Total Extreme Wrestling 2008, allowing you to take on the role of a wrestling promoter, where it is up to you to try and steer your chosen company to the top of the industry.
by Brad Hilderbrand on Jan. 1, 2008 @ 1:30 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
EA's first Wii trivia game Smarty Pants will combine age-targeted trivia with action-based gestures, making it a truly trans-generational game for the Wii. How smart are you? Do you know more than your Grandma about world history? Does your little sister know more than your Dad about sports?
Conflict: Denied Ops, previously called Crossfire, is a new paramilitary themed co-op FPS from Pivotal Games, putting you in control of two of these merciless operatives, each of them highly specialized in both weapons and military tactics.
The entire Worthplaying team wishes everybody a Happy New Year! We hope everybody had a safe transition from old into new and may 2008 be even better than last year. We here at Worthplaying have some exciting new stuff lined up to better serve you all. Behind the scenes, we are working very hard to expand the website in various ways which will hopefully start showing in the months ahead. Until then, party on & stay safe!
by Sanford May on Jan. 1, 2008 @ 1:20 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
The OPPO HM-31 Advanced 3x1 HDMI Switch is able to expand a single HDMI input port on your HDTV to connect up to three HDMI sources, such as DVD, Blu-ray or HD-DVD players, cable or satellite receivers, and gaming consoles.