Vampires suck

Curb your enthusiasm – you can count this week’s new releases using both of your thumbs.

Air Conflicts – Secret Wars (out on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC) is compatible with 3D TVs and has online play for up to eight other aviators. There’s a bit more information on the publisher’s site if you’re curious but it’s probably best to wait for reviews to appear before taking the plunge.

Then we have Hidden Mysteries: Vampire Secrets on DS, which is the 758th hidden object game to be released on the system this year. These things must be incredibly cheap and simple to create. A few static backgrounds with some sprites scattered around, a bit of simple code running behind the scenes and voila – one new game to shove out. The DS deserves better, frankly.

Next week: Captain America: Super Soldier, Earth Defence Force: Insect Armageddon, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, Dream Trigger 3D and Just Dance 2 – Extra Songs.

Matt Gander

Matt is Games Asylum's most prolific writer, having produced a non-stop stream of articles since 2001. A retro collector and bargain hunter, his knowledge has been found in the pages of tree-based publication Retro Gamer.

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  • Hidden Mysteries games are probably even easier than that as they probably just scale down the graphics from the pc versions anyway.
    Never underestimate the bored housewife/casual market.
    License to print money.

  • People aren’t allowed to make Tetris clones anymore without buying the license. Just imagine how many of those there would be if that wasn’t the case.

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