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Submitted by EvilChicken 2329d ago | news

Retail Scoop: New Releases Week of September 29, 2009

In affiliation with Amazon.com, TripleChat is happy to bring you the new releases each week for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation Portable. Along with new game releases they will also highlight the top five bluray releases each week that they feel will best suite movie and TV show fans alike.

Remember last week? Remember how uneventful it was? Well guess what, that's over this week. While game wise the selection is about the same on the PS3 and PS2 – this week it is all about the PSP Go. Oh yes, after just a few short months of waiting since E3, the PSP Go launches this week (October 1 to be exact)! Included this week in their special PSP Go Launch Center are the two big releases this week for both the Go and PSP 1000-3000 and those are Gran Turismo and MotorStorm: Arctic Edge.

On PS3 the biggest release this week is the sequel to Ninja Gaiden Sigma. Slated originally as a 360 exclusive (as was the predecessor), the sequel comes to us with more features, better graphics, and maybe even more cleavage!

On the bluray side of things the biggest release this week is the 70th Anniversary Collector's Edition of The Wizard of Oz. Outside of taking a stroll down the yellow brick road, they have two animated flicks for you – one featuring Monsters and Aliens, the other featuring Superman and Batman. To finish it there is a 2003 remake of a classic coming to high def for the super low price of $10 and one of the better independent films of 2009! (Beaterator, Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2010, Gran Turismo, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, Midnight Club Los Angeles Complete Edition, Midnight Club: Los Angeles, Midnight Club: Los Angeles - South Central DLC, Motorstorm Arctic Edge, Ninja Gaiden Sigma II, Ninja Gaiden 2 Sigma, Obscure: The Aftermath, PS2, PS3, PSP, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Smash-Up, Tornado Outbreak, Undead Knights)

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