It is kind of understandable that not that many games are coming out for anything this week, and the ones that are seem kind of obscure and weird. This is probably due to the fact that the Wii has Mario Kart on it, and the PS3 and 360 have Grand Theft Auto coming out. If I was making a game I would stay as far away from those two as I could as well.
PS3: Grand Theft Auto IV, Iron Man
360: Grand Theft Auto IV, Roogoo, Iron Man
PC: Great War Nations: The Spartans, Galactic Civilizations II: Twilight of the Arnor, Roogoo
PS2: SNK Arcade Classics Volume 1, Iron Man
Wii: Mario Kart, Roogoo, Iron Man
DS: Brain Voyage, Let's Yoga, Let's Pilates, Roogoo, Toy Shop, Iron Man
PSP: SNK Arcade Classics Volume 1, Iron Man
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