Wow, the parade of cruddy summer games continues. Oh wait, I mean, welcome to Calendar Man!
I shouldn’t say that this summer has been cruddy. There have been a bunch of good games released. Unfortunately it doesn’t look like any of them will be out this week. Oh well, there’s always next week.
On to the games…
Grover sees how gamers are unfairly stereotyped and wants to do something about it. Sesame Street: Ready. Set. Grover! is designed to promote physical activity, proper hygiene, rest and relaxation all through the magic of interactive entertainment. Hopefully there’s also a level about not being a racist ass on Xbox Live.
When you have young kids, as I do, the cartoons they watch go from insufferable, your Dora’s, Diego’s, anything on Nick Jr, to pretty dang funny, your Penguins of Madagascar, and then back to insufferable as they latch on to crappy anime-esque shows like Beyblades and Dragonball Z. I always considered Phineas and Ferb as occupying that middle section of cartoon excellence. I loved Dr. Doofen-whatever and thought that neither Phineas nor Ferb ever came off as insufferable. Hell, even Candace cracked me up. Wow, that’s a lot to write about to introduce some new games, but it’s a light week, so sue me.
- Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension – Wii
- Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension – DS
- Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension – PS3
Finally we have Bleach: Soul Resurreccion which apparently is some sort of action adventure game set in the Bleach anime universe. And here I thought it was a Move cleaning game.
Toys R Us – 2 for $40 on all DS games priced $29.99 to $34.99. Must buy two games for offer to work. Save $20 on any Ubisoft dance game for the Wii with purchase of The Smurfs Dance Party.
Target – Free $50 gift card with purchase of 250GB Xbox 360 Kinect bundle. Free Move game with purchase of Sony Move kit. Free $10 gift card with purchase of Just Dance Summer Party and a reservation of Just Dance 3.
Best Buy – Get the following games for $39.99: Captain America: Super Soldier, Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters, Kinectimals, Dance Central, Kinect Sports, Zumba Fitness. Get Child of Eden for $34.99. Get the following games for $29.99: Dragon Age 2, Kinect Joy Ride, Virtua Tennis 4, Deca Sports for Kinect, Motionsports, Cars 2. Get Game Party in Motion for $19.99.
Steam – Go back in time for some vampire RPG action with Vampire: the Masquerade – Bloodlines for five bucks. There’s also a bunch of Nancy Drew adventure games on sale. Everything can be found on the specials page.
Impulse – Impulse is digging trains and Swedes this week with a gaggle of Railworks and Paradox games on sale. I have no idea if Swedes make better trains than other areas of the world, if they make trains at all, so the combination is lost on me. Whatever the case may be, the Impulse folks have a sale page of their own.
4 thoughts to “Calendar Man – Week of 7/31”
For peoples with only PCs (like myself), there are a couple other releases these week:
– Limbo, which will finally come out for the PC tomorrow (on Steam), and
– Pirates of Black Cove (by Nitro Games and Paradox) which should be out tomorrow as well.
Can’t friggin wait for Limbo. Going to be one of the only new games im gonna pick up this summer.
Dude, Phineas and Ferb is so much better than it has any right to be. That is all.
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