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Upcoming Games for the Week of January 16th

by Jack McGrath | January 17, 2011January 17, 2011 9:00 am PDT

With so many games coming out every week, it can become extremely difficult to keep track of the industry. We here at TechnoBuffalo have made it simpler for you, compiling a list of this week’s major releases on the Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3.

LittleBigPlanet 2 (January 18)
PS3

Sackboy is back for another 30 levels of crazy, childish fun. Featuring an extremely robust set of creation tools, players can create entire games, not individual levels. LittleBigPlanet 2 is one of the PlayStation 3’s most anticipated exclusives of the year and has already received generally positive reviews from a diverse range of critics.

Mass Effect 2 (January 18)
PS3

The Xbox and PC exclusive is finally arriving on the PS3. Winner of numerous Game of the Year awards, this version of the game is running on the Mass Effect 3 engine, a reason for many to buy the game again.

Mindjack (January 18)
Xbox 360 & PS3

Featuring the storytelling abilities of both Square Enix and FeelPlus, Mindjack features an engaging campaign alongside intense online cooperative play. Set in an Earth that is crumbling under the stresses of the future and harboring extreme corruption, the game puts players in a rogue team of agents fighting for survival while uncovering a deep conspiracy.

Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time (January 18)
Nintendo Wii

In an extreme time-travel adventure designed to test both your imagination and skills, Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of time features a unique invention engine that allows players to creatively defeat obstacles. Not only this, but then players must control these inventions through impossible obstacles that are dominated by technophobic hippy robots.

Challenge Me: Brain Puzzles 2 (January 18)
Nintendo Wii

Bringing a greater number of mind-boggling number puzzles, Challenge Me: Brain Puzzles 2 features Sudoku, Towers, Number Soup, and Squares. Infinitely generated puzzles means that players can solve until the end of time.

Are there any games this week on your must-buy list?


Jack McGrath

Rooted in his childhood obsession with dismantling and reassembling gizmos and gadgets around the house, Jack McGrath's knowledge of programming,...

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