In a week that saw our new previews format, we gave you the goods on Resident Evil 5 (preview) and Killzone 2 (impressions) plus nearly half-a-dozen more titles.
The previews weren't limited to just games. Jeff Kass gave everyone a look at the video-game parts of his comprehensive Columbine retrospective set for publication right around the 10th anniversary of the shootings. We appreciate the heads up, because April's going to throw violence and popular culture - and, yes, video games - back into the talk-show churn again.
Your week in original reporting:
Impressions, Previews and Reviews
About Kotaku Previews
Killzone 2 Impressions
Resident Evil 5 Preview: A Building Sense of Dread
Battlefield 1943: Pacific Preview: A Much Needed Upgrade
X-Men Origins: Wolverine Preview: A Bloody Good Time
New Wolfenstein Features Otherworld
Prototype Preview: Slick, But Not A Stand Out
First Look At Uncharted 2: Among Thieves In Action
Puzzle Quest: The Battle Of Grulkar Micro-Review: A Piece Of The Puzzle
Dawn of War II Co-op Campaign: An Identity Crisis?
U.S. Army Now In on Zombie Invasion of Best Buy
Nintendo Won't Comment On DSi Pricing Differences For Outside Japan
2008 Australian Console Sales Figures
Dragon Quest IX Brings Internet Shopping
Metal Gear And Pro Evolution Soccer Power Konami's Sales
Netflix LIVE App. Downloaded And Activated By A Million LIVE Users
Capcom Posts Sluggish Console Game Sales
Koei Posts Record Sales
So What's EA's Market Share Like These Days?
Zombies Invading Best Buy For Resident Evil 5 Launch
Amazon Casually Launches Digital Game Downloads
Vilent Vidja Games
New Columbine Book Touches on Gaming Connections