And so the cycle starts anew. Sonic Generations lets players play as a classic, sidescrolling Genesis Sonic or as modern, control-him-from-behind-in-3D Sonic. As Kotaku previously pointed out, there are no special powers and no playable friends.
Developer Vicious Cycle and D3Publisher helpfully remind the people of the world that a festive holiday hat doesn't make the giant ants from Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon any less likely to kill you.
What could be more fun than sitting on your couch taking on giant insects and aliens with more than 300 different weapons in Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon? I don't know, but here's a shot of the game's split-screen co-op.
The star of the "2009 blockbuster next-gen hit" Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard makes his way to the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade this week in Matt Hazard: Blood Bath and Beyond.
The profane, not-for-children-to-see-or-your-boss-to-read name of the hardest difficulty mode in the next Matt Hazard video game can by abbreviated as FTS.