New Game Releases. Week Of September 9, 2012

The Long Summer Is Almost Over. Winter Is Coming.

 Heihachi returns, Kirby turns 20 and the frozen sport reports for duty.

 

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (PS3, 360) $59.99

The first Tekken Tag Tournament was released back in 1999 so it has been a good long wait for the Tekken fans who like their Tekken with a little Marvel vs. Capcom thrown in. Play as over 40 fighters of the Iron Fist Tournament in 2-on-2 tag matches and try to forget about the horrible, horrible movie that was made about the franchise.

Kirby’s Dream Collection (Wii) $39.99

Nintendo’s little puffball is turning the big 20 this year and to celebrate Wii owners get this collection of six classic Kirby titles including: Kirby’s Dream Land 1&2 from the original Game Boy, Kirby’s Adventure on the NES, Kirby’s Super Star and Kirby’s Dream Land 3 on the SNES and Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards from the Nintendo 64. Completing the collection is a soundtrack CD and an artbook. Happy Birthday Kirby.

NHL 13 (PS3, 360) $59.99

It’s almost hockey time again. You know right off the bat if you are going to buy this year’s version or not and that you know that the physics engine has been reworked and that you can switch to back skating with just a button press or the new chop option to take a shot at the man with the puck to try and gain possession. Good times, eh?

Double Dragon Neon (PSN, XBLA) $10

That’s right, Billy and Jimmy Lee are back!! Developer WayForward is bringing back the fighting brothers once again in a classic 2-D beat em up to save Billy’s girlfriend while Jimmy risks his life for absolutely no nookie at all. Punch, kick, grapple and throw around hundreds of gang members while buying songs that unlock new abilities that can be combined into a mixtape of special moves.

 

Happy gaming!!!

 

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