AU Shippin' Out September 10-September 14

Medal of Honor: Airborne deploys down under.

Medal of Honor: Airborne is parachuting its way into stores around Australia this week. The game places you in the boots of WWII paratrooper Boyd Travers as he jumps into a variety of real-world locations to help the war effort. Aside from the six levels of single-player campaign, there is a multiplayer mode that sees defenders trying to fight off their enemies as they parachute into the map. Medal of Honor: Airborne comes out this Thursday.

The remake of the 1987 arcade classic Alien Syndrome comes out this week for the Nintendo Wii and Sony PlayStation Portable. Like the original, the game retains a top-down perspective and throws plenty of aliens at you to shoot. Alien Syndrome will be available September 13.

This week's new releases are listed below (list taken from retailer and publisher information--actual dates may vary).

September 10, 2007
No releases scheduled.

September 11, 2007
No releases scheduled.

September 12, 2007
No releases scheduled.

September 13, 2007
Medal of Honor: Airborne (360, PC)
Heroes of Mana (DS)
Combat Mission: Shock Force (PC)
Monster Hunter Freedom 2 (PSP)
Alien Syndrome (PSP, Wii)
Tamagotchi Party On! (Wii)
MotoGP 07 (360)
Hearts of Iron Anthology (PC)

September 14, 2007
No releases scheduled.

Written By

Want the latest news about Tamagotchi Party On!?

Tamagotchi Party On!

Tamagotchi Party On!

Follow

Discussion

10 comments
FateStayTonight
FateStayTonight

Grr i'm kind of pissed about the whole Monster Hunter 2 taking 2 extra weeks to come our :(

lamprey263
lamprey263

OMG, Tamagotchi Pary On! is the ****... NOT WTF?! Since when was "s h i z z l e " banned? In the TOS it uses "gris" as an example of how to properly say any 4-letter words, so no "g***", but they did say grizzle is fine, so I don't get it

comthitnuong
comthitnuong

Nothing really outside of Airborne that interests me.

princeweasel1
princeweasel1

MHF2 is honestly THE BEST portable game I've ever seen. It most certainly rivals the best PS2 games out as well. Give it a try and see what you think. As for me, I'm already addicted and sporting almost 50 hours in-game. I had almost 700 hours on the first one, so... well, all I can say is I feel compassion for my poor, poor wife. She's an MHF2 widow. :-D

Doolum
Doolum

Finally MHF2 making its way down under.the game rocks mates,a must have for PSP owners

bearace
bearace

Any news on PSP Slim Release Date? Im hearing 13th?