Sunday, January 6, 2008

January Game Releases

Okay, so we’re about a week in 2008, and I’m off to a bad start with the release lists. Of course, I was deathly hungover on the 1st… Let's see what the new year brings us!


DS Titles
January 8
• Brain Challenge
• Jackass: The Game
January 15
• Miami Nights: Singles in the City
• Nanostray 2
January 21
• Advance Wars: Days of Ruin
January 22
• Mario and Sonic: Olympic Games

PC Titles
January 8
• Sims, The Carnival SnapCity
• Sims, The Carnival BumperBlast
January 15
• Carrier Strike Force
• FlatOut: Head On
• History Channel: Lost Worlds
January 16
• Battlefield 2142 Deluxe Edition
• Rail Simulator
January 21
• Pirates of the Burning Sea
January 22
• Mission: WWI Combat
January 29
• Sims 2, the Castaway Stories

PS2 Titles
January 7
• World Champion Paintball
January 8
• Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Channel Bundle
• Harvey Birdman
• Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity
• Yu-Gi-Oh! The Beginning of Destiny
January 29
• Iridium Runners

PS3
January 8
• NFL Tour
January 22
• Burnout Paradise

PSP
January 8
• Harvey Birdman
January 15
• FlatOut: Head On
January 29
• Pursuit Force 2: Extreme Justice

Wii
January 8
• Harvey Birdman: Attorney At Law
• Luxor: Pharaoh’s Challenge
• Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity
January 11
• Kidz Sports: Ice Hockey
January 15
• CSI Hard Evidence
• Furu Furu Park
• Nitrobike
• Samurai Warriors: KATANA
January 18
• London Taxi: Rush Hour
January 21
• Endless Ocean
January 22
• Kawasaki Jetski
• One Piece Unlimited Adventure
January 29
• Bomberman Land

Xbox 360
January 8
• Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom
• NFL Tour
January 22
• Burnout: Paradise

3 comments:

aplusj said...

I'm very curious to see how well the Burnout works out. Hopefully the online network code has been worked out as much as possible and it doesn't run like crap on release. Anyone getting this?

PuLseLoGiK said...

I'm not. Although the demo I played was impressive it didn't feel like Burnout I know to me. I applaud them for trying something different to get a newer audience but at least allow for the older setup for veteran gamers.

E-goD said...

No More Heroes for the Wii got bumped up to January 22. Probably because they didn't want it to come out on the same day as Smash Bros.