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Nintendo Download - 2/8/10: Deadly Viruses and Heroic Vegetables Make for a Memorable Week

I don't think anyone saw this one coming. On today's Nintendo Download, Sunsoft has released Blaster Master: Overdrive, which Sunsoft's Victor Ireland describes as being "halfway between" a remake and a sequel to the original; "more like a re-imagining." Check out the official trailer: "It's based on the original US storyline," he explains, "but some things are changed. For example, the hero (Alexander/Alex) in this one is an adult trying to save his family...AND MANKIND. :) Mix of old and new mutants, mix of similar and new bosses, somewhat different ending." This looks like just what the doctor ordered, and it's going for 1,000 Wii Points. That's not all that's available now, though; check out the Nintendo Download press release after the cut, and beneath that, the full Blaster Master: Overdrive presser. Read More


D3P Bringing Classic PSP Games to PlayStation Store for Download

D3Publisher has issued a press release, announcing that they will be bringing several of their classic PSP titles to the PlayStation Store in North America this month.PSP system owners will no longer need a UMD to play critically-acclaimed PSP system titles such as WTF: work time fun™, a crazy collection of fun and addictive mini-games, the original Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords®, 2007's multiple award-winning cult hit that blends match-three puzzle gameplay with strategy, character-building elements and a persistent storyline, Dead Head Fred®, a head-swapping, third person-action game and more. "D3Publisher is always looking to make fun and original gaming experiences easily accessible to everyone," said Yoji Takenaka, president and chief executive officer, North America and Europe, D3P. "We believe that making these classic PSP system titles available via digital distribution gives the games a new opportunity for discovery and the gamers a second chance at hours of enjoyment." -- Press ReleaseAs time goes on, I hope we see more of this kind of thing happen with more titles on the PSP, though I remain skeptical as to how well it works. That is, how much space do these require? Will my 1GB Memory Stick do the trick, with all my saves and miscellaneous files on there? Hmm, maybe that's an idea for Sony... release a PSP with a decent hard drive instead of UMD slot, and just let people download games to it instead. If it brought games that we've already seen for the handheld to a more PSN-style price, I could really throw my support behind it. See what D3P is bringing to the table after the cut, and discuss the possibilities in the comments. Read More


Sony Announces 160GB Uncharted: Drake's Fortune PS3 Bundle

In addition to the new PSP 3000 bundles announced earlier by Sony, they have also revealed that we can expect a new PlayStation 3 bundle with a larger hard drive in November:The 160GB PS3 system announced at the GC will be available here as part of a new limited-edition bundle that includes the hardware, Uncharted: Drake's Fortune game, a PLAYSTATION Network voucher for PAIN, and a DUALSHOCK 3 wireless controller. We're hearing from a lot of you that more PS3 storage space is important, particularly since the launch of our video delivery service, and this new model delivers more memory and a whole lot of content packed-in. The 160GB PS3 has all of the same functionality as the new 80GB PS3 that's popping up on retailer shelves now, but obviously has twice the HDD space, so you can build levels to your heart's content in LittleBigPlanet, download a ton of videos, and still have room for your entire music collection. The Uncharted: Drake's Fortune 160GB PS3 bundle launches in November for $499.99 (MSRP). -- John Koller, Sony Director of Hardware MarketingCheck out the full press release after the cut: Read More