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The Download December 13th, 2012

Posted on Thursday, December 13 @ 16:30:00 PST by

You know what I hate? The leftover change from digital sales. Can't I exchange that for something worthwhile? Don't tell me to buy an Avatar prop... those all cost upwards of $2. I'm talking about the 3 cents sitting on my iTunes account. What am I gonna do with that?

Nintendo eShop

Get ready to run with the Rayman Legends demo on Wii U, but don't forget to check out other newly released eShop titles like Chuck E. Cheese's Alien Defense Force! Can't miss!
  • Rayman Legends - Wii U - Demo
  • Crimson Shroud - 3DS
  • Art of Balance TOUCH! - 3DS
  • Ninja Gaiden - 3DS
  • Gardenscapes - 3DS
  • Meat or Die: Linda - 3DS - Video
  • Chuck E. Cheese's Alien Defense Force - 3DS
  • Rytmik: World Music Edition - 3DS
  • Zombie Skape - 3DS
  • Virtual Console: Real Bout FATAL FURY - Wii
Xbox Live Arcade

You can either raise your brain power or stab a bunch of guys. The choie is yours in this week's new XBLA releases. PlayStation Network

Our friends at PlayStation Lifestyle continue to dominate the PlayStation Store Update well ahead of the official word from the PlayStation blog. Here's what's fresh this week.
  • Big Sky Infinity - PS3 - $9.99 (Cross Buy w/ Vita version)
  • Black Knight Sword - PS3 - $9.99
  • Judge Dee: The City God Case - PS3 - $7.99
  • Mix Superstar - PS3 - $9.99
  • Grand Theft Auto San Andreas - PS3 - $14.99
  • Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition - PS3 - FREE w/ PS+
  • Rochard - PS3 - FREE w/ PS+

Need something new on Steam? How about an oldy but goody. This week's update leads off with free-to-play Everquest and follows up with the usual cadre of PC Indies.
  • Everquest: Free-to-Play, Your Way - PC - FREE
  • Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends - PC - $29.99
  • A New Beginning - Final Cut - PC/MAC - $8.99
  • Ace of Spades - PC - $9.99
  • GTR 2 FIA GT Racing Game - PC - $11.99
  • Party of Sin - PC - $14.99 (10$ discount launch week)
  • Waking Mars - PC/Mac - $9.99

iOS/Android App of the Week

Herd, Herd, Herd gives players the uncommon duty of a common farm dog. Each level gives you a group of animals to round up using tap, drag, and other touches. At first it might start out too easily for advanced gamers such as yourselves, but if you've got $0.99 to spare and a some time on your hands, HerdX3 (as I like to call it) provides a nice action-puzzle break from all the angry fowl and jumping doodles.

Once you've beaten a few of the barns (8 in total, each with a host of levels and a mini-game to boot), the later barns get suitably more difficult, throwing stubborn cows and double-jump capable sheep at your field management skills. Regardless, any chance to feel like that glorious pig, Babe is worth checking out.

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