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This Week In Console Digital Download: From _Toy Soldiers _ To Cubixx HD

Each week, Gamasutra rounds up the titles released for the major console and portable digital delivery services including Toy Soldiers: Cold War on XBLA, and Cubixx HD on PSN.

August 18, 2011

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Author: by Ryan Langley, Staff

[Every week, Gamasutra rounds up the titles released for the major console and portable digital delivery services, as compiled by console digital editor Ryan Langley, including the latest XBLA and PSN games.] The Summer of Arcade ends this week with a bang in the form of Toy Soldiers: Cold War, but we've also got some quality 3DS Virtual Console games like The Avenging Spirit some classic PSOne titles like Breath Of Fire IV. Xbox Live Arcade tscw.png The final Summer of Arcade title this year is now available, Toy Soldiers: Cold War from Signal Studios, available for 1200MSP. There's also one new piece of DLC for Dead Block -- the More Dead to Block Map Pack, which includes four new levels for 240MSP. PlayStation Store Update (North America) bof4.pngA good update this week, though if you have PlayStation Plus, you might have picked up some of these already. This week's only PlayStation Network title is Medal Of Honor Frontline, released last year as part of the PS3 retail Medal Of Honor reboot. Now you can get it separately for $14.99. This week's PSOne Classic is one of the favorites from Capcom's classic lineup -- Breath Of Fire IV for $5.99. And on the Minis side, we have three great looking titles: Gamocracy One : Legend Of Robot ($3.99), Omg-Z! ($3.49) and Dr. Maybee And The Adventures Of Scarygirl ($3.99) PlayStation Store Update (Europe) cubixx.pngOnce again, Europe's PlayStation Store update reigns supreme with a ton of new releases. For new PSN releases, we've got Cubixx HD, a remake of last year's hit PSP Minis title for just £6.29/€7.99; Sega's classic Comix Zone for £3.99/€4.99; Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team for £3.99/€7.99; and Medal Of Honor: Frontline (£7.99/€9.99) We also have a few retail-gone-digital releases: Dead Space (£15.99/€19.99), Dead Space 2 (£47.99/€59.99), and Far Cry 2 (£15.99/€19.99). Not to be outdone, we also have five new Minis -- Carnivores: Ice Age (£2.49/€2.99), Fighting Fantasy: Talisman Of Death (£3.49/€3.99), Omgz! (£2.49/€2.99), Rasmus Klump and the Big Maze (£3.49/€3.99) and Rasmus Klump is Saving the Chickens (£3.49/€3.99). Nintendo Download (North America) The 3DS gets another one of those weird 3D remakes, this time with the NES' notoriously old fashioned 3D Classics: Urban Champion. WiiWare meanwhile sees a port of the popular iOS game Flight Control, an addictive little casual puzzler that makes a whole lot of sense for the platform, especially considering there's a Move-enabled PS3 version already. The DSiWare highlight for this week is Zoonies - Escape from Makatu, a platformer with stylus controls. Nintendo Download (Europe) In addition to Flight Control and 3D Classics: Urban Champion, Europe gets two new DSiWare titles: My Asian Farm and Moto eXtreme.

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