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The Download May 30th, 2013

Posted on Thursday, May 30 @ 17:00:00 PST by

Think yourself master of your domain? Queen of the castle? King of the county? Try refusing all of the downloadable offerings below. Just try and deny yourself the convenience and comfort of buying a new game from your home... in your underwear... at 3 a.m. Seriously, you can't beat it.

In fact, I'm outta the contest, but I'm not sure what I'll be buying yet.

Nintendo eShop

Dual Oracles land on 3DS eShops this week, but buying either Mega Man X or Ghost'N Goblins will get you a 50% discount on the other title. Splurge a little! I'm downloading the Project X Zone Demo at the moment though.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages - 3DS
  • The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons - 3DS
  • Mega Man X - Wii U VC
  • Ghosts'N Goblins - Wii U VC
  • The Denpa Men 2: Beyond the Waves - 3DS
  • Project X Zone: Imperial Demo - 3DS
  • Gummy Bears Mini Golf - 3DS

Xbox Live Arcade

XBLA gamers get a shot at pitting Knights against Vikings in this week's downloadable release. With 2D physics-based destruction, CastleStorm gives players real time control over medieval artillery. Sounds neat! PlayStation Network

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.
  • Fuse - PS3
  • Grid 2 - PS3
  • Mountain Crime: Requital - PS3
  • Wolfenstein 3D - PS3
  • The Warriors - PS2 Classic
  • Imaginstruments - Vita App
  • Blazblue: Continuum Shift Extended - Vita - Free for PS+ Subscribers

Another Wargame from the World of Tanks developers, a handful of awesome looking indies, and Grid 2 hit Steam this week, but several titles are sporting limited-time discounts celebrating their release.
  • Rush Bros - PC, Mac
  • Super Puzzle Platformer Deluxe - PC
  • Grid 2 - PC
  • The Night of the Rabbit - PC, Mac
  • Wargame: Airland Battle - PC
  • Cubetractor - PC, Mac
  • Expeditions: Conquistador - PC, Mac, Linux
  • The Swapper - PC
  • Rising Storm - PC
  • Folk Tale - PC, Mac

iOS Pick of the Week: Hungry Lizards (iTunes Link)

Friend of GameRevolution, Basic Function released its latest iOS title today which puts players in control of... well, a hungry lizard. Tapping once launches your lizard from platform to platform, but tapping again at the right airborne moment will lash your lizard's tongue out to capture a delicious bug. While the premise is simple enough, catching bugs requires timed taps and finesse.

Basic Function threw in adhoc and online multiplayer, achievements, several different levels, and universal app support, making for a feature complete multiplayer game on any Apple device you own. Even better, they've sent over a promo code for whichever comrade reads this first.


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