April 25, 2011

ChrisCross Monday

Hello there everyone! Hope you all had a Happy Easter, that is if you do celebrate it, and if you don't well sorry for bringing it up. :P

By now I'm sure that most of you have heard the announcement of the Wii's successor. It is going to be playable at this years' E3, and is slated to launch in 2012. If you want to read more on the subject then just follow this link which will redirect you to our great friends at Zelda Universe.

With a new week, comes a new poll. This weeks' poll is going to revolve around the newly announced "Wii 2" and whether or not you think it's time for a new console. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see the new poll on the left hand side. As far as last weeks' poll is concerned here are the details below.

Mortal Kombat
  5 (7%)
Portal 2
  37 (56%)
SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs
  1 (1%)
  22 (33%)

To my surprise, Portal 2 came out on top. Don't get me wrong, I love Portal 2 and think that its an amazing game, but I really thought that Mortal Kombat would take the cake. This new Mortal Kombat stuck to its roots and went back the the classic 2D style fighting that made it famous to begin with. Regardless, thanks to everyone who voted and I hope to see you all vote again on this week's poll.

With all that being said, here are the new releases for this week!

Nintendo Wii
Man vs. Wild 4/26 (also available, on the same day, for Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony Playstation 3)
Aladdin Magic Racer 4/30
Remington Super Slam Hunting: Alsaka 4/30

Microsoft Xbox 360
Shift 2 Unleased – Legends DLC  4/24 (also available, on the same day, for Playstation Network)
Kinect Sports: Calorie Challenge 4/26
Nin2-Jump 4/27
Outland 4/27
Trouble Witches Neo! 4/27
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Resurrection DLC 4/30 (also available, on the same day, for Playstation Network)

Sony Playstion 3
Outland 4/26
Zen Pinball: Sorcerer’s Lair 4/26

If you haven't watched our newest video, which is really a blast from the past, then just watch it down here below. It's amazing to see how far we have come.

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