So I promised that list and here it is. It's late and it's not as thorough as I'd hoped. I also wish I had images handy to illustrate every point where helpful. So, in no particular order - a subjective set of desired features for Fallout 4:
The Download is expanding! Below you'll find links to exciting games in the GameRevolution database, detailed lists of (most) downloadable content each week. First, we've got Nintendo's eShop on both Wii U and 3DS and Microsoft's Xbox Live service with Xbox 360 and Xbox One (and maybe Windows Phone if I can find a resource). Then there's PlayStation Network serving PS3, PS4, and Vita owners. Newcomer Humble Bundle joins the fray below that, followed by Steam's storefront.
Finally, I'll pick two cool mobile games that I've heard of. There'll be a short description and that way you'll always have something fresh to play on your iOS and Android devices. As always, if I'm missing something or you have a recommendation, share with us in the comments! Welcome to The Next-Gen Download.... but I'm on a computer so the keyboard stays the same above.
Mario, Zelda, and more Mario. These are the Nintendo heavy hitters. These are the games taking charge in this week's eShop update.
Created by SEGA legend, Masayoshi Kikuchi, Producer and Director of the Panzer Dragoon series, the Yakuza series, and Jet Grind Radio, Demon Tribe blends MOBA-style engagements, Card Collection and Action-RPG gameplay, offering a unique mix of depth, strategy and action. Create a powerful team of fighters by capturing, collecting, and fusing over 250 unique demons to unleash their dark powers. Dive deeper into Demon Tribe’s single player adventures to capture powerful demons, deadly weapons and useful technology. - SEGA
Android Pick of the Week: Luxuria Superbia
A simple game of touch, pleasure and joy made for fingers on touchscreens and joysticks on computers. Luxuria Superbia is a musical journey from the sensuous to the spiritual. Exciting designs explode from your gestures as you glide through tunnels, beautiful as flowers. It's all about the experience and the interaction. - Tale of Tales