Yes, thatâ€™s a childish headline but what you going to do? Nothing, thatâ€™s what. Or maybe let out a schoolboy-like laugh. Itâ€™s only the Wii and PSP receiving Destroy All Humans 3: Big Willy Unleashed this week though – the PlayStation 2 version felt the wrath of THQâ€™s recent cutbacks. Bully: Scholarship Edition is another big one out this week on Wii and Xbox 360. Nobody has seemed to picked up on the fact that itâ€™s no longer called Canis Canem Edit, oddly.
It’s interesting to see that EAâ€™s Army of Two has slipped out. It was looking like a right old mess a few months ago, but currently the average review score on the ever helpful Game Rankings stands at respectable 78%. EA have apparently taken out the tampon wound bandaging mini-game though after some mild internet hysteria.
Blacksite: Area 51 and The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift make belated appearances on PlayStation 3 and PSP respectively – EA lost interest in the latter after poor sales of the PlayStation 2 version, leaving Koch to pick it up. Meanwhile 505 Games have silently released early Japanese Xbox 360 launch title A-Train HX. Itâ€™s a bit of a cheek that theyâ€™re still asking full price for it, seeing as itâ€™s over two years old.