The Week in Games: Faster, Higher, Stronger

Wonder if Beijing 2008 will feature photorealistic smog effects or take incorporate the stupefying algae bloom in the nautical events. Still, pretty ambitious of Sega to put out a sports game featuring events that even sports fans don't follow except for two weeks out of a four year span (and dropping it less than a week before NCAA Football 09). If the spirit of brotherhood and competition isn't your thang, Unreal Tournament 3 comes to 360 this week also. Or maybe you prefer Sports Party on the Wii. Or Purr Pals. Let us know what you're buying/renting in the jump.

Monday (July 7)
Unreal Tournament 3 (360)
Nancy Drew: The Phantom of Venice (PC)

Tuesday (July 8)
Devil May Cry 4 (PC)
Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution (360, PS3, DS)
Beijing 2008 - The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games (360, PS3)
Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon (Wii)
Ghost Online (PC)
Wonder World Amusement Park (Wii)
Carnival Games (DS)

Thursday (July 10)
Purr Pals (Wii)

Friday (July 11)
Sports Party (Wii)


Comments

    the beginning sentence bout beijing game having smog effects is so funny. because beijing is rated the cleanest city in the world and most sunny blue skyed city. beijing is incredibly clean and so healthy it is undescribable. beijing is the best city ever. ppl dont understand the culture of such a great city and all they care about is the smog and pollution which doesnt even exist in such a clean city. maybe they are just talking about there own cities in america and australia.
    the marathon runners in beijing will be so healthy and breath 30000% better than in other places. i cant believe how un-polluted beijing is.
    the olympics in beijing are the best. wats wrong with everyone in the world. i am right for everything. everyone againsts this is clearly wrong. watever anyone says that is negative for this is sooooo wrong cant believe how wrong they can get

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