[Gamasutra rounds up the week's biggest news for the major console and portable digital delivery services in conjunction with sister site GameSetWatch, this time highlighting news about Super Dodge Ball and Burnout Crash.]
This week's headline news was all about Burnout Crash
-- the downloadable, top-down game for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network. It's made a lot of people very excited or very frustrated, that's for sure. Check out the story below to find out what the hubbub is.
MLB Bobblehead Pros Is Totally a Power Pros Game
If you almost overlooked it like we did: MLB Bobblehead Pros
, released last week for Xbox Live Arcade, is actually a relative
of Konami's long-running Power Pros
Super Dodge Ball Sequel Hits WiiWare This Week (In Japan)
Japanese indie developer Miracle Kidz is readying a new version
of the NES classic Super Dodge Ball
for Nintendo's WiiWare platform this week in Japan.
The Burnout Game That's Really Not Burnout
(XBLA / PSN)
is coming to the Xbox Live Arcade, but it might not be
what you think it is.
They Bleed Pixels: Like A Gothic Super Meat Boy Beat'em Up
If you're in love with Super Meat Boy
-style platforming, double-jumping over dozens of spike pits and narrowly missing floating buzzsaws, They Bleed Pixels
might also win your heart.
Board Game Maker Speaks Out On Euro Trenched Trademark Dispute
why the critically acclaimed game is having difficulty releasing in Europe.
Konami's XBLA-Exclusive Castlevania Harmony of Despair Heads To PSN
(XBLA / PSN)
Multiplayer Castlevania coming your way