Short release slate led by new multiplayer content for Ubisoft's stealth-action game; Sims 3: Master Suite Stuff add-on hits PC/Mac; Scarygirl frightens PSN.
It's been a slow January for new releases, and this week's slate doesn't add much of prominence, either. Leading the debuts this week are new content for Assassin's Creed: Revelations, the latest add-on for The Sims 3, and downloadable action game Scarygirl on the PlayStation Network.
Out in front this week is the Mediterranean Traveler Pack for Assassin's Creed: Revelations. Set to arrive on Tuesday for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, the downloadable content brings a mix of six new and old multiplayer maps to the game. Ubisoft said players can expect to travel to new locations like Jerusalem, Constantinople, and Dyers and return to Brotherhood maps Firenze, San Donato, and Siena in the new DLC. The Mediterranean Traveler Map Pack will cost 800 Microsoft points ($10) on Xbox Live and $9.99 for the PC and PS3.
Also out this week is the Master Suite Stuff expansion pack for PC and Mac iterations of The Sims 3. The add-on brings a range of luxurious furnishings to the game, including canopied beds, vases of flowers, new haircut options, and "intimate wear options."
The last prominent new release out this week is downloadable action game Scarygirl on the PSN. Released last week on Xbox Live, the title is based on the graphic novel of the same name, created by Nathan Jurevicius.
For further details, 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.
Tuesday, January 24:
Assassin's Creed: Revelations - Mediterranean Traveler Pack--PC, X360, PS3--Ubisoft
The Sims 3: Master Suite Stuff--PC, Mac--Electronic Arts
Victoria II: A House Divided--PC--Paradox Interactive
Wednesday, January 25:
Quarrel--X360--UTV Ignition Games
I am right its worst month in ages thx god next month and other months be better . For Assians creed dlc not instrested and i be instrested if they did a story dlc but no they haven't. i rather pay story mode dlc for that prce but no got to be crappy MP .
I can't wait for Kingdoms Of Amalur, Twisted Metal and ME3..... Nothing worth wasting money on this week.....again lol
ACR seemed to get decent reviews on amazon, though i use gamefly so i guess its worth a rental before a buy :-). Yeah this weeks content updates seem light but thats ok. I agree though i wish these DLC wouldnt be so pricey sometimes. but oh well :-p gamers like new shiney stuffs :-p.
10 bucks for that piece of crap AC MP dlc. I don't think so. I'm not even sure it's worth buying SP DLC after the abomination that was ACR.
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