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XBLA in Brief: NBA Jam: On Fire Edition, Sega Bass Fishing, Space Channel 5 Part 2

With our review of Orcs Must Die! already up, it's time to take a look at this week's other XBLA releases, NBA Jam: On Fire Edition, Sega Bass Fishing and Space Channel 5 Part 2. In other words, we have two old Dreamcast games, and one game that's trying to make you remember old games. Ther...

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Reel in Sega Bass Fishing, Space Channel 5 Part 2 on PSN Oct. 4, XBLA Oct. 5

If you declined to pick up the Dreamcast Collection, either because you only wanted one of the included games or you just have a PS3, you'll have access to the HD-ified Space Channel 5 Part 2 and Sega Bass Fishing soon. Sega just announced that the games will be released simultaneously in Nort...

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Space Channel 5 Part 2, Sega Bass Fishing coming to XBLA and PSN 'late summer'

Before the launch of the Dreamcast Collection -- which somehow discovered commonality between Sonic Adventure, Sega Bass Fishing, Space Channel 5 Part 2 and Crazy Taxi -- Sega had announced plans to release Space Channel 5 Part 2 and Sega Bass Fishing via Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network....

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Dreamcast Collection puts four whole games on PC and Xbox this Feb.

The "Dreamcast Collection," first spotted on GameStop in November, is official. Sega announced the disc-based collection today, and we're a bit disheartened to see that it's exactly what we expected, because what we expected was pretty sad. The collection contains Crazy Taxi, Sonic Adventure, Seg...

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Space Channel 5 Part 2, Sega Bass Fishing coming to XBLA and PSN

Sega's next batch of high-definition Dreamcast ports (following Crazy Taxi and Sonic Adventure) is a good reminder of the failed console's eclectic and enduring selection of games. The first has reeled in hundreds of scaly creatures who can only stare vacantly at their captor, mouths agape -- the o...

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Steering blobs and dropping dudes with Costco's $10.99 sale

Is Mercury Meltdown Revolution a part of your Wii collection? If not, it absolutely should be, for Ignition's addictive puzzler must be one of the most criminally overlooked gems on the platform. And now Costco has it for $10.99, along with a bunch of other titles that range from pretty damn good...

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Fish cheaply on the Wii

Fishing titles aren't our most coveted games, but if you like the thought of motion-controlled fishing with the Wiimote, this is a good week for you. We assume that if most of you were to pick up such games, though, they would have to be ones that were on sale (at least, that's how we roll). So, her...

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WRUP: top angler edition

On this week's release list, the Dreamcast-to-Wii port Sega Bass Fishing is likely on a lot of minds. It was a pretty fun game when it initially released on Sega's now-dead system, so without a required peripheral and some additions to the game, it's looking like quite the package. What do you al...

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Revolutionary: Precursor Legacy

Every (other) Tuesday, Mike Sylvester brings you REVOLUTIONARY, a look at the wide world of Wii possibilities. Fans of Midway's Ready 2 Rumble Boxing series are no doubt anticipating the spiritual successor in EA's Facebreaker. When you're madly swinging Wiimote and Nunchuk in abuse of cartoo...

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Wii releases for the week of February 25th

There's a pair of high profile titles hitting the Wii this week, in the latest installment of the Destroy All Humans and Sega's latest Dreamcast-to-Wii port, SEGA Bass Fishing. Then, there's another game that we, frankly, don't care much about. Since we've gone ahead and finished No More Heroes, yo...

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