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Posted by David Collins on August 18, 2009

Daily Gaming Tidbits 08/18/09

  • Just in case anyone missed it, Microsoft’s Deal of the Week is the Halo 3 Splatter Spree Theme. It’s been reduced to 160MP. Also, they are rounding out their Summer of Arcade program by releasing Shadow Complex tomorrow. Look for my review at 8am PST…
  • Media Molecule is finally bringing water to Little Big Planet. No release date yet, but they do have a trailer which I have put down below for you to check out…
  • Speaking of Little Big Planet, look for a Game of the Year edition to launch September 8th. Extra content will include specially designed levels from 18 of the top community level creators, seven of the level & costume packs (including the Metal Gear Solid one) & a limited number ot the GotY editions will have a ModNation Racersicon beta invite in it…
  • PopCap announced a sequel to their casual megahit Zuma. Launching next month for $20, Zuma’s Revenge will sport high res visuals along with new gameplay mechanics, power-ups (like the Lightning Color Nuke), new modes (like the  Iron Frog gauntlet mode), 60 new maps & even some boss battles…
  • PS3 owners will get an extra helping of The Beatles pretty soon. We already know that The Beatles: Rock Band will have a PS3 version when it launches next month. Now, for those who prefer just the singing side of the music game genre, there is going to be a Beatles version of SingStar
  • For those keeping score, the Darkest of Daysicon PC demo has been downloaded more than 100,000 times…
  • The first in game Avatar Award for the Xbox 360 will be on the Summer of Arcade title, Splosion Man. Up til now, all we new was it was a shirt. Today, 360Sync posted some images of them. That’s right, there are 2 of them. One for breaking glass & the other for completing the game. Below if one of the images, but you can see a whole gallery including the other shirt & both the male & female versions on their site

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