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Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing News & Info Blowout

The time is nigh, as Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing is scheduled to drift its way onto retail shelves tomorrow. Even so, there's quite a bit of info in today's update. For starters, if you'll recall a certain trailer from about a week ago, it featured some people playing the PlayStation 3 version of the title with a wheel attachment. More about that has now been revealed, as The Sonic Stadium reveals GAME's Spanish website now has a PS3 bundle which includes an officially licensed wheel to help aid the game's Sixaxis controls. So far, the deal only seems to be in Spain, but we'll let you know if it spreads elsewhere. Read More


Nintendo Download - 2/22/10: Whether at Home or Out and About, Nintendo's Downloads Make for Gre

Is everyone ready? It's that time of year again: Nintendo releases a Nintendo Download without a single Virtual Console title in sight, and those of us donning nostalgia-goggles readily take up our brooms and petition on Nintendo's doorstep for them not to ignore the hardcore, etc. This is actually rather peculiar. Mega Man 10 is slated for a WiiWare release next Monday, with Mega Man 4 rated by the ESRB. When Mega Man 9 was released, the weeks leading up to it saw the release of Mega Mans (Mega Men?) 1, 2, and 3. So this means that Nintendo would likely either a) release MM4 at the same time as MM10, or b) release it after MM10. The latter isn't impossible; with the releases of MM10 for the three consoles scattered across the month of March, perhaps Nintendo wants to use the classics as a countermeasure of sorts? Seriously, I don't know. But hopefully there won't be the cause for alarm that there has been previously. As for this week's releases? All the details for WiiWare and DSiWare are in the press release after the cut, including Aura-Aura Climber, which sadly doesn't seem to relate at all to Ice Climber. But Nintendo sure does love that "Climber" name, don't they? Read More