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TheFeed's Weekend Playlist: Trine, Left 4 Dead, Dissidia, 'Splosion Man, And Monkey Island

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Posted July 17, 2009 - By r_pad





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A wise man once said, "But there ain't no cure for the summertime blues." Fortunately, that doesn't apply to the peeps at TheFeed -- how can anyone here be blue when there are so many great games to play?!? From Wii MotionPlus action to indie darlings to upcoming fighters, the troops have all sorts of great games on tap for the weekend. Find out what your favorite writers are playing and let everyone know what's on your playlist this weekend.

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 First To Incorporate Facebook Connect For Xbox

Jake Gaskill: I finally picked up Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 for the Wii, and I’m thoroughly satisfied. I’m looking forward to trying out the Play the Pros feature during this weekend’s British Open (I’ve already torn apart Turnberry, so it should be a pretty easy tournament.) I’ll also be working on the XBLA title ‘Splosion Man, which I’m really excited about (be sure to check back next week for my review). Unfortunately, I don’t think I’ll be able to get in any more Shadow Complex (BOO!), and when I say that that saddens me, you have no idea how much I mean that.

Left 4 Dead

Stephen Johnson: A Left 4 Dead mania is sweeping the G4 offices, so I imagine I’m going to spend my weekend in zombie-town. I haven’t played that much multi-player L4D yet, but I’m teamed up with the great Jeff Kanjanapangka, Eugene Morton, and a yet-to-be-decided fourth. I’m sure they’ll school me good.

Here are the G4 office-workers I most look forward to murdering, in a virtual sense: Jonathan Goorvich, Dana Vinson, and Eugene Morton. Dana because she’s super-friendly and needs to be taught a lesson in evil, Jonathan because his glasses haunt my dreams, and Eugene Morton. He knows what he did. I know Eugene is on my team, but I’m going to light that bitch on fire anyway.

New Dissidia Final Fantasy Screens Shine

Raymond Padilla: I completely failed to start Blue Dragon last weekend. That's what happens when you forget that your friends from Thailand are supposed to crash at your place. I'm not sure I'll get to it this weekend either. I have a bunch of Dissidia: Final Fantasy to play. I'm also trying to con my friends from Sony and Ignition to come over for some Rock Band 2. The good news is that they suck at setting up WiFi, so I agreed to sort our their router problems if they play some Rock Band at my place...which really isn't much of a con when I think about it.

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Andrew Pfister: After a week spent on the road for Special Assignments™, I’d normally be looking forward to a weekend planted on my slightly misshapen futon (who needs luxuries like a couch?) and tasting a sample platter of games I’ve recently liberated from Billy’s office. But I think I’m going to be attached to my PC for most of the weekend finishing up Trine, diving into some of the newly released LucasArts stuff, and generally exploring my long-neglected list of Steam favorites. And if I find myself compelled to pick up a new widescreen monitor to enjoy them on, well, so be it.

Tales of Monkey Island WiiWare Release Date Still Not Finalized

Patrick Klepek: Having finally put Overlord: Dark Legend behind me (an entertaining Pikmin-like adventure that sadly dovetails into repetitive nonsense in the last few hours), this weekend promises a two-pronged dose of old school. On one hand, my recent efforts to install Windows XP on my MacBook Pro were successful, immediately prompting me to install Steam and purchase a copy of Trine, the wizard/knight/thief platformer that's all the indie rage lately. I can't wait to dive in. On the other, there's The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition. Having not joined the adventure genre until The Curse of Monkey Island era, it's been a blast to see where Guybrush Threepwood came from. Please, LucasArts -- make more of these!

TheFeed's Weekend Playlist: Trine, Left 4 Dead, Dissidia, 'Splosion Man, And Monkey Island
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