In which we take a look at what the Classification Board has been up to recently.
The most notable title to be classified in the last week is SEGA and Platinum Games' third-person shooter Vanquish, indicating that it's well on the way to hitting its October release date. Those suspecting SEGA might baulk at launching a new shooter IP right in the middle of Halo Reach, Medal of Honor and Call of Duty: Black Ops should think again. Vanquish looks to have the sci-fi third-person shooter with robots and over-the-top acrobatics market all to itself this Christmas.
More surprising is HAWX 2 being rated already. It was only announced in May, shortly before E3, and Ubisoft has yet to give it a firm release date. Looks like action flight combat fans will have something to play this year after all.
Elsewhere, nothing out of the ordinary - a few add-ons, casual games and licensed guff - except for the first in the below list. I have no idea what it is. Google is no use. Anyone have any idea?
Adventure Lost Island: Hidden Object Game (Nintendo) G Aya and the Cubes of Light (Nintendo) G Lock On: Platinum (Mindscape) PG Majesty 2: Pocket Kingdom (N3V) PG Monopoly Streets (EA) G Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 (Namco Bandai) PG Racket Sports (Ubisoft) G The Sims 3: Fast Lane Stuff (EA) M Sonic Colours (SEGA) G Tom Clancy's HAWX 2 (Ubisoft) PG Vanquish (SEGA) MA15+ The X Factor (Koch Media) PG