Hopefully the release of Apollo Justice, aka the new Pheonix Wright, will force me to finish all of the other games in that series I own. Also Pimp My Ride has made its way from the PS2 all the way over to the Wii after three and a half long years.
360: FIFA Street 3, Dynasty Warriors 6, The Club
PS3: FIFA Street 3, Dynasty Warriors 6, History Channel: Battle for the Pacific, The Club
PC: My Horse and Me, The Club, CABAL Online
Wii: MX vs. ATV Untamed, Dragon Quest Swords: the Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors, Pimp My Ride
DS: FIFA Street 3, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney
PSP: Need for Speed ProStreet
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