You know it's a sad fact of life when some weeks are filled with a barrage of games, yet there's very little to say about them as a whole. Sure, comments could be made about the DS getting a slow, but steady supply of games that can actually be played while the PSP languishes in movieland, however such petty system war talk is best reserved for online forums. On that note, have a good gaming week, and try not to think too hard about Sony's apparent abandonment of the sleekest piece of gaming hardware around until the Fall season.
Week of June 13 - June 18
Monday, June 13
Juiced (PS2, Xbox, PC)
Tuner street racing, salvaged from the wreckage of Acclaim.
Tuesday, June 14
Yoshi Tilt & Tumble (GBA)
Guide Yoshi by physically twisting and turning the GBA itself.
Kirby: Canvas Curse (DS)
Draw rainbow paths for a quadriplegic Kirby to zip along.
Wednesday, June 15
Batman Begins (PS2, Gamecube, Xbox, GBA)
Movie licensed action game product.
Goldeneye: Rogue Agent (DS)
The first touch-screen controlled FPS for the DS.
Thursday, June 16
Arc the Lad: End of Darkness (PS2)
A new entry in the strategy-RPG series, now with a heavy online component.
Capcom Fighting Evolution (Xbox)
A variety of fighters plucked from years of Capcom's history go head to head, complete with Xbox Live support.
Saturday, June 17
Destroy All Humans (PS2, Xbox)
Crush the miserable human race and use their DNA to revive the Grey aliens.
Week of June 20 - June 25
Wednesday, June 22
The PS2 version of Tim Schafer's amazing and insane psychic platformer/adventure.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms X (PS2)
Unite ancient China in one of the deepest strategy/sim games available.
Conker: Live and Reloaded (Xbox)
The foul-mouthed N64 platformer gets a second shot, now with a major Xbox Live component for online carnage.
Megaman Battle Network 5: Team Colonel (GBA)
A Megaman's work is never done...
Megaman Battle Network 5: Team Protoman (GBA)
...in the ongoing handheld RPG series.
Herbie: Fully Loaded (GBA)
Movie-based racing. How much does it take to make a VW Bug fully loaded, anyway?
Classic Bomberman action, now with 8-person wireless multiplayer.
The Bard's Tale (PC)
The bastard bard's action RPG hits the PC.
Battlefield 2 (PC)
Battlefield 1942's sequel finally arrives, moving the online conflict into a modern military setting.