WiiWare -- One new game this week, with the K-Tel-esque title 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix. It's a collection of minigames, of course, but the 2-D graphics aren't bad. There's also a free demo version of FAST: Racing League.
Wii Virtual Console -- Nothing here again this week. Going once?
DSiWare -- Two new games. The WiiWare physics-based platformer Furry Legends also comes to the DSi, along with 1001 Blockbusters, a Breakout-style game using the DS stylus for paddle control.
3DS eShop -- In addition to the DSiWare titles, the 3DS gets another old, unenhanced Game Boy title -- it's Nintendo's own Catrap, a 100-level maze/puzzle game with a handy rewind feature.
XBox Live Arcade -- Two new titles on the wire. Real Steel is a mech fighting game based on the new Hugh Jackman movie, which was filmed in my part of the world and features a number of my theatrically-inclined friends as extras. Guardian Heroes is a scrolling beat-'em-up that made quite a splash on the Sega Saturn in the mid-90s, developed by the magicians at Treasure and now ported to XBLA, in widescreen with a choice of original or "remixed" (filtered) HD graphics.
PS3 on PSN -- Just one new game this week -- Sideway: New York, an extremely stylish platformer set in the gritty world of New York... art!
PSOne Classics -- I've got to find a more consistent source for this information. I didn't think anything came out last week, but it appears that Square-Enix's Super NES classic RPG Chrono Trigger has made it to yet another platform as of last week. And this week sees the