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Pokemon Black and Pokemon White arrived on shelves today. Tuesday pits the jocks versus the D&D crowd. Leading the way is Dragon Age II; baseball returns the same day with MLB 11 The Show and Major League Baseball 2K11.


Today (March 6)

  • Pokemon Black (DS)
  • Pokemon White (DS)

Tuesday (March 1)

  • Dragon Age II (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) - The sequel to BioWare's fantasy role-playing game of 2009 will tell the story of Hawke, a refugee who becomes the Champion of the Free Marches
  • MLB 11 The Show (PS3, PSP) - All new analog controls and co-operative online multiplayer highlight what is one of sports gaming's best simulations.
  • Major League Baseball 2K11 (Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, DS) - MLB 2K11 arrives with a focus on fielding, plus refinements to pitching and the game's popular My Player mode, and a comprehensive coat of polish on its visuals.

Also: Warriors: Legends of Troy (PS3, 360), The $1,000,000 Pyramid (Wii); Yoostar 3 (PS3, 360); Atari Greatest Hits (DS); Phantom Brave: Heroes of the Bermuda Triangle (PSP).

Wednesday (March 2)

  • Torchlight (XBLA)

Looking Ahead

March 15:Okamiden. Homefront. Yakuza 4. Top Spin 4. March 22: Crysis 2. Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. March 29: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters, NASCAR 2011: The Game, Shift 2: Unleashed, WWE All Stars. April 12: MotorStorm: Apocalypse.

What are you getting? What do you want? What are you looking forward to? Sound it off below, and at #twig.

Source: Video Game Release Calendar

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After tried DA II demo on PS3, to be honest, I was a bit disappointed. Can't comment on other systems, but the battle gameplay just feels too hack'n'slash-ish but a bad one. You don't get feedback when you hit the enemy and the animation are really stiff. Maybe also it's PS3, the framerate wasn't ideal and the general graphic quality is quite poor compared to other "big titles".

But somehow, I'm still interested in the story. I just hope the story won't be another "acquiring party member and solve their personal problems then fight the final boss" like in many other Bioware RPGs.