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09/20/2010 Shippin' Out Sept. 19-25: Civilization V

S Sid Meier 'latest PC strategy titles Sim relatively light week as Final Fantasy XIV Online early access to open and peeling of the F1 2010.

It's unlikely that any new release will be able to match last week's top earner, Halo: Reach, which earned Microsoft an eyebrow-raising $200 million within 24 hoursrelease. Of course that 'S is hardly going to stop any of this week' S contenders from trying.

Those who do not buy civilization V will get a very stern look from this man.

For many gamers, the headliner this week is Sid Meier 'S Civilization V, from Take-Two' S recent Trimmed strategy studio Firaxis. Built on an all-new engine, Civ V updates the series with a hexagonal playfield grid. Firaxis has also overhauled the game's combat system and introduced ranged bombardment options, animated world leaders who speak in their own languages, and a built-in community hub, allowing players to swap scenarios and other content without leaving the game.

Final Fantasy XIV Online will be set in the realm of Eorzea, a world not seen before in any other installments in the franchise. Like in other massively multiplayer online role-playing games, players will be able to explore the realm after selecting from a variety of races, combat classes, and professional skills. More information on Eorzea's lore and backstory can be found on the game's Web site.

The week will also see Codemasters' first effort in the F1 racing circuit on high-definition consoles take to the track. Slated to arrive for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, F1 2010 features all the drivers, teams, cars, and tracks from the 2010 Formula One season. Gamers can also expect to see damage modeling, dynamic weather systems, and online multiplayer options, in addition to a host of single-player career, time trial, championship, and grand prix modes.

The rest of the week brings a hodgepodge of other new releases. Atlus will be rolled out its latest hardcore RPG Etrian Odyssey III: Drowned City for the DS, while Konami gives Gormiti: Lords of nature on both Nintendo 'S platforms. S Calypso 'recent Government and Urban Development Patricia Sim IV also arrived for the PC.

For more information on the week 'S games, visit GameSpot' S New Releases page. The full list of downloadable games on the PlayStation Store, Xbox Live Marketplace, and Wii Shop Channel will be revealed later this week. Release dates are based on retailer listings and are subject to change.

Monday, September 20
Chicken Blaster with Nintendo Wii Rifle--WII--Zoo Games

Tuesday, September 21
Club Penguin Game Day!--WII--Disney Interactive Studios
DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue--PS3--EA Partners
Dreamworks Party Pack--DS--Activision
Etrian Odyssey III: Drowned cities - DS - Atlus Co.
F1 2010 - X360, PS3, PC - Codemasters
Farm Frenzy: Animal Country - DS - City Interactive
Final collector XIV Fantasy 'S Edition - Square Enix - PC
Gormiti: Lords of Nature - Wii, DS - Konami
High Velocity Bowling (Move Edition)--PS3--SCEA
Jewels of the Tropical Lost Island--DS--City Interactive
Midnight Mysteries: Edgar Allan Poe Conspiracy - DS - MumboJumbo
New Carnival Games--WII, DS--2K Games
Painkiller Pandemonium - PC - Dreamcatcher
Patricia IV - PC - Calypso
Planet Minigolf: Stronghold Island--PS3--Zen Studios
Sid Meier's Civilization V--PC--2K Games
Sonic Adventure - PS3 - Sega
Tinker Bell and the Great Rescue Fairy - DS - Disney Interactive
World Golf 2011--PC--Atari

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue--X360--EA Partners

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
Darksiders--PC--THQ

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"Shippin' Out Sept. 19-25: Civilization V\\ "Was posted by Tom Magrino in Mon, 20 September 2010 9:21:32 -0700



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