Ken McKown writes: There are certain games you just can’t help but feel sorry for. Deep Black is a competent third-person shooter with a neat hook. The bulk of your time in the game takes place underwater, complete with a harpoon and even submerged cover-based action. It is fun, if not a bit archetypal. Still, releasing it right in the midst of Xbox Live’s latest promotional event, and without warning, means the majority of people didn’t see it coming, and will likely just ignore it. I can guarantee you, though, there is quite a bit of fun to be had here; even more so than the more high profile release of the day.