New Game Get goes retro and rocks out with the Pixies

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This week gets some old school flavor with the retro flavored Bit Boy for WiiWare and a couple of games from classic Sega consoles. Tons of stuff for Rock Band including The Killers, Spinal Tap, and a huge selection from the Pixies.

Click on in for the full list!

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Birthday Party Bash

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Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Mummy

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Bit Boy!!
Publisher: Bplus
Players: 1-2
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)
Price: 600 Wii Points
Description: Get ready for the most spectacular journey through time in the history of video games!! Accompany Bit Boy Kubi through a crazy pixellated adventure and battle hordes of nasty monsters in 4-bit dungeons, 8-bit caves, 16-bit strongholds, 32-bit labyrinths, 64-bit arenas and 128-bit worlds!! Rescue Kubi’s friends!! Set off in the ultimate pursuit of fruits and high scores!! Grab a friend for even more fun in Cooperative mode!! The Wii Remote is your joystick – let the arcade adventure begin!!

Incoming!
Publisher: JV Games Inc.
Players: 1-2
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) – Mild Cartoon Violence
Price: 500 Wii Points
Description: The goal of Incoming! is to defeat your opponents by destroying their tanks using the arsenal you have at your disposal. Advanced arsenals become available at different levels of the game. Incoming! is great fun for two people to play competitively. Can you defeat your opponent’s tanks before they conquer yours? Collect power-ups to give your arsenal that tactical advantage. Your firing must be quick and your aim true to claim victory.

Ant Nation
Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E 10 + (Everyone 10 and Older) – Mild Violence
Price: 700 Wii Points
Description: The beloved childhood pastime of lazy Sundays spent with a magnifying glass and an ant farm finally arrives in its most mischievous form via the WiiWare service. You must train your colony of Super Ants using a devilishly fun toolset. Zap, torch and manipulate your ants to make them numerous enough and tough enough to survive a variety of increasingly difficult challenges.

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Brain Challenge
Publisher: Gameloft
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) – Mild Cartoon Violence
Price: 800 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: Just like your body, your brain needs exercise to stay in shape. Brain Challenge is a simple, entertaining solution for stimulating your neurons that goes way beyond logic tests. Thanks to a complete range of 48 mini-games, Brain Challenge provides an exceptional variety of exercises. Not only can you train your brain for Math but also for four other categories: Logic, Focus, Memory and Visual. Plus an original Stress Mode, featuring multitasking and authority challenges, Plus, you can now personalize your profile and some exercises with your own photos.

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Secret Command
Original platform: SEGA Master System
Publisher: SEGA
Players: 1-2
ESRB Rating: E 10+ (Everyone 10 and Older) – Mild Violence
Price: 600 Wii Points
Description: Play as a lone warrior, armed to the teeth, sent on a top-secret commando mission behind enemy lines to liberate your comrades at arms. Released on the SEGA Master System in Europe as Secret Command, players will battle frenzied attacks from enemy soldiers, rocket troops, tanks and other enemies doing everything they can to stop you from saving the hostages. Use your trusty machine gun and a compound bow, equipped with explosive-tipped arrows, to pave the way to victory. Let nothing stand in your path. Play it with a friend in two-player mode for double the fire power.

Pulseman
Original platform: SEGA Genesis
Publisher: GAME FREAK
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) – Animated Violence
Price: 900 Wii Points
Description: When noted 21st-century scientist Doc Yoshimaya fell in love with one of his C-Life artificial-intelligence creations, he uploaded himself into his computer, where her program core merged with his DNA, and half-human/half-C-Life Pulseman was born. Doc Yoshimaya’s mind twisted as he emerged back into real life, and he became evil Doc Waruyama. Use Pulseman’s ability to harness electricity as a weapon with his Volteccer attack as a means of rapid transport to fight Waruyama’s Galaxy Gang across seven crazy stages. Find out why this SEGA Channel classic was widely regarded as one of the best-looking games for SEGA’s MEGA DRIVE (Genesis) on release.


July 14th

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
“Weapon of Choice”

Dear and the Headlights
“Sweet Talk”

The Devil Wears Prada
“Hey John, What’s Your Name Again?”

Evanescence
“Bring Me to Life”
“Call Me When You’re Sober”

Foreigner
“Blue Morning, Blue Day”
“Feels Like the First Time”
“Headknocker”

The Killers
“Mr. Brightside”
“Smile Like You Mean It”
“Spaceman”

Maroon 5
“Little of Your Time”
“Makes Me Wonder”
“Wake Up Call”

The Pixies
“Crackity Jones”
“Dead”
“Debaser”
“Gouge Away”
“Here Comes Your Man”
“Hey”
“I Bleed”
“La La Love You”
“Monkey Gone to Heaven”
“Mr. Grieves”
“No 13 Baby”
“Silver”
“Tame”
“There Goes My Gun”

Spinal Tap
“Back From the Dead”
“Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare”
“Saucy Jack”
“Warmer Than Hell”

Thrice
“Image of the Invisible”


July 16th – TBA

4 Responses to New Game Get goes retro and rocks out with the Pixies

  1. Cory says:

    Why is Pulseman 900?

  2. InvisibleMan says:

    Yeah, and Ant Nation is only 700 points! Oh, well, the buyer of Ant Nation wins on this one…

  3. Muggins says:

    Still waiting on some Manowar for Rock band or Guitar hero

  4. Ámon???? says:

    Ant Nation rocks!

    I’ve already clocked 6+ hours and I’m looking towards for the next 6+hours.

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