The Download March 14th, 2013
Posted on Thursday, March 14 @ 18:11:46 Eastern by Daniel Bischoff
Darkstalkers Ressurection storms Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network stores while Nintendo builds itself a digital shopfront out of Lego bricks. This reads like some kind of nursery rhyme, but it's not. It's The Download:
Check out our review of Lego City Undercover before you download it on the eShop! I'd say the same for other games but... well, we just got them and we don't know if they're good or not yet.
Two Darkstalkers games come in one download from Capcom. How do you think the cat suit stays on?
If you need more on the newly added software for PlayStation platforms, PSLS's weekly PSN update is my source for The Download and you don't need to be a fanboy to visit.
"Are you ready to go home?" "Roar! I wanna stay at Scott's!" "Scott's Mom says she doesn't want Scott hanging out with Dinosaurs."
iOS/Android Pick of the Week: Ridiculous Fishing: A Tale Of Redemption
Now, right from the start I know you're going to say that $2.99 is too much for an iOS game, and normally I'd agree with you, but the music, art style, and absurd premise of Ridiculous Fishing (ridiculous indeed), is worth it, even if you try it a few times and give up. Besides, the game sounds awesome too.
Obviously when the makers of Super Crate Box, Hundreds, and Spelltower get together they're probably doing hallucinogenic drugs. Who else would think about the possibility of hooking hundreds upon hundreds of fish, only to real them back up to the surface and shoot them full of bullets afterward. The game also comes with the prerequisite store packed with upgrades, special abilities, and so on, but if you're like me, you'll be quite content on the low-level gear, earning hundreds upon hundreds of dollars more than a game critic.
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