WiiWare -- I think I'm going to drop this heading after this week. There may be occasional activity, but I get the impression Nintendo and publishers are turning their attention to the Wii U.
Wii Virtual Console -- However, there's some worthwhile action here, with Capcom's SNES Mega Man X2 hitting the system -- yet another 16-bit game with fantastic pixel art and action.
DSiWare -- Two new titles here, showing that the DSi isn't quite dead yet. Devil Band - Rock the Underworld is an odd RPG/rhythm game hybrid, with a bit of tower defense thrown in for good measure. 7 Wonders II is a sequel to 7 Wonders of the Ancient World; it's another match-three puzzle game, that was formerly distributed as a DS retail title.
3DS eShop -- Two unexpected retro titles arrive this week. The NES version of Donkey Kong Jr. arrives on the 3DS Virtual Console, and Digital Leisure brings the old American Laser Games full-motion-video shooter Mad Dog McCree to the 3DS. There's also a downloadable demo of retail game The Amazing Spider-Man.
XBox Live Arcade -- One new title, Babel Rising, brings the successful 2009 iPhone App to XBLA and a number of other platforms; see details below.
PS3 on PSN -- Babel Rising shows up here, too. It's a "god game" with strategy overtones, as the player tries to keep the puny humans from building a tower to the heavens. I'm not sure how well the original's gesture-based "acts of god" will translate to traditional controllers, but the design is thoroughly road-tested.
PSOne Classics -- Nothing new this week, as the Wii VC and the PS3 continue to fight it out for