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Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of December 6

While the Buyer's Guide didn't release until today, the week was still packed with plenty of news and reviews.

This week's recap features plenty of the normal stuff that you see here every week. A busy schedule prevented any truly unique features, but if you haven't already, be sure to check out our Holiday Buyer's Guide.

We also seemed to have missed a review yesterday, but will definitely double things up one day this week to catch up. Other than that, be sure to check out the news and reviews below, and tell us what you think! Comments have been thin lately, but are always appreciated so please don't hesitate.

Without further adieu, your weekly recap.


Features/Podcasts/Exclusive Content

PixlTalk: Episode 11: Ripping & Tearing


Reviews

Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage (USA) (Wii)

Foto Frenzy (USA) (DS)

Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier (USA) (PSP)

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare - Reflex Edition (USA) (Wii)

Dragon Age: Origins (USA) (Xbox 360,PC,PlayStation 3)

Qix++ (USA) (XBLA)


The News

Natsume Announces Release Date for Moki Moki on WiiWare

Iwata Asks - Spirit Tracks: Parts Five and Six

Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of November 29

Nintendo Download: 12/07/09

New Super Mario Bros Wii the Fastest Selling Wii Game in Japan

EA Officially Announces Dead Space 2

Kappa Michi Coming to DSiWare in Japan

Tecmo Announces Multiplatform Release for Quantum Theory

New Scribblenauts Christmas Themed Wallpaper

SNK Details Xbox Live Arcade Plans for Japan

PlayStation 3 Firmware 3.15 Detailed

Yakuza 3 Coming to America, Europe, and Australia

Chinese DSi Portables Includes Nintendogs Built-in

Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love Dated

Nintendo Power Announces Mega Man 10 for WiiWare

Famitsu Announces Etrian Odyssey 3

Total Costs for America's Army Games Equals $32.8 Million

Sunsoft Aquires Nihon Telenet's Software Library

Confirmed: Nintendo Loses Lawsuit to Divineo

Naughty Bear Announced

Rating Reveals Star Wars Legends

Ubisoft Announces Racquet Sports for Wii

Playstation Store Update: 12/10/2009

Aspyr Media Cuts Staff

Harmonix Comments on Staff Layoffs

Dragon Ball DS 2 Announced by Famitsu

New No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise Details

Holy Invasion of Privacy Badman! Time To Tighten Up Security May Get European Release

NIS Making a New Game?

Sakura Wars: So Long My Love Gets Official Box Art

Fight for the Newest Team Fortress 2 Patch

New LEGO Harry Potter Years 1 - 4 Trailer

BlazBlue Battle X Battle for DSiWare Announced

Konami Announces New Rhythm Game for DS

Toki Remake May Come to WiiWare

November NPD Sales Results Revealed

Photo Fighter X Puts Players in the Game

Assassins Creed II Patch Detailed

XSEED Announces Ragnarok DS Pre-Order Bonus

Amazon Listing Reveals Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Details and Release Date


What's on the Horizon?

In this coming week we will continue coverage as always, but will be preparing our Game of the Year awards, as well as a look into 2010, where we will detail the biggest titles due for release next year.

Aside from those features, the podcast will continue (featuring Jason), and the next developer special is scheduled as well.

As mentioned above, please leave us feedback and tell us how we're doing!


 

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