We didn't expect Onslaught, WiiWare's first first-person shooter to be released so soon, but it's out now. It looks rather basic by modern standards, but it's only 1000 points and includes a single and online multiplayer component, so might be worth a look - although strangely there's no deathmatch mode. Pop-up Pirate is the week's second release and is a video game version of the classic children's game. We personally think that the Wii game can't capture what makes the real game so much fun, so bare that in mind before you hand over your Wii Points.
Lonpos also received a selection of new add-on packs this week, with each containing 25 puzzles at a cost of 300 Wii Points. Certainly worth a look if you're a fan of the game.
Onslaught: 1000 Wii Points
Pop-up Pirate: 500 Wii Points
LONPOS Downloadable Content: 300 Wii Points per pack
And the winner of this week's DLC Royal Rumble is...
It's the PS3 that takes victory this week, with the stunning Flower more or less giving it victory all by itself. In truth none of the consoles excelled too much more than the others, so hopefully we'll have a better line-up next week. It seems as though we're repeating ourselves, but it's worth noting that once again there's no sign of Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix on the European PlayStation Store, so unless it arrives next week Street Fighter IV will beat it to the Sony console over here.