Downloadable Roundup for September 23, 2012

-Greg Livingston

Alright, US gamers—another week has passed, and we’ve gotten more downloadable games for our consoles. Let’s list ‘em off just in case you missed one.

(Thanks to Derek Liesse for the logos!)

Pictured above: RAW.

Xbox Live Arcade

  • Jet Set Radio – September 19, 2012 – 800 points

This cult classic Dreamcast title focuses on slick rollerskating controls and marking turf with graffiti. The soundtrack features J-pop, hip hop, dance, rock, and other genres.

  • Fire Pro Wrestling – September 21, 2012 – 800 points

Take your avatar into the ring, give it some wrestling duds, and learn moves on your way to the top. Features online and offline coop and competitive play.

  • RAW – September 19, 2012 – 1,200 points

This hack ‘n slash action RPG will ask you to take on hordes of monsters, pick up weapons and magic items, level up your spells, and take control of your foes. There’s also offline cooperative play.

Xbox Live Games on Demand

  • Cars: Race-O-Rama – September 18, 2012 - $19.99

Discover new cities and compete against the greats, all on your way to the Race-O-Rama Championship.

  • EA Sports FIFA Street – September 18, 2012 - $59.99

FIFA Street takes EA’s football franchise and focuses on how it’s played in the streets all around the world.

  • Generator Rex – September 18, 2012 - $19.99

Rex can mutate into seven different forms in order to battle foes and save the world. There are ten different areas to explore, each with collectibles and hidden areas.

  • SSX – September 21, 2012 - $39.99

Snowboard down nine different mountain ranges built using real topographical data. Race, Trick, and Survival modes will all challenge you, and RiderNet promises features to make the experience both competitive and social.

I hate cutting off these posts, but alas, there just isn’t enough room for everyone here. After the jump, there’s Nintendo and Sony games for download.

All of the games listed below were released on September 20, 2012.

Pictured above: La-Mulana.

Wiiware

  • La-Mulana – 1,000 points

Take your whip in hand for this MSX-inspired 2D archaeology platformer. Expect to run across enemies, traps and puzzles aplenty as you explore temples and ruins.

DSiWare

  • Retro Pocket – 500 points

Eight original LED games (read: Game and Watch-style games) all in one DSiWare title. There’s a retro soundtrack and even retro-er visuals.

3DS eShop

  • Rising Board 3D - $2.99

As you surf the water, collect Sun points to earn new boards or use the waves to launch tricks. Plus, there are special events to catch.

All of the games listed below were released on September 18, 2012.

Pictured above: Jet Set Radio.

Playstation 3 – PlayStation Network

  • Jet Set Radio – $9.99

This cult classic Dreamcast title focuses on slick rollerskating controls and marking turf with graffiti. The soundtrack features J-pop, hip hop, dance, rock, and other genres.

  • Zuma’s Revenge - $9.99

It’s classic Zuma gameplay—match the colored balls and make them disappear—but with new game modes and level types.

Playstation 3 – PlayStation Minis

  • Feisty Feet- $2.99

Compete in the xTreme Running Championship against 50 different opponents. If you perform well, you’ll earn coins and upgrade your skills.

Playstation 3 – PlayStation 2 Classics

  • Harvest Moon: It’s a Wonderful Life Special Edition - $9.99

Between Harvest Moon and River King, this week is Natsume week on PSN. Here, you can run a farm and court women in the search for a bride. This Playstation 2 Special Edition added more women to court, the ability to choose the gender of your child, and the ability to play endlessly.

  • River King - $9.99

Track down and catch the titular River King, the largest known fish.

Playstation 3 – PlayStation 3 Retail Games

  • Borderlands 2 - $59.99

A western-themed sci fi first person shooter with RPG elements and a bevy of weapons. Offline and online coop is available.

  • F1 2012 - $59.99

Based on the 2012 Formula One season, this title promises gameplay tweaks and a Young Driver Test mode to help ease newcomers into the sport.

  • SSX - $39.99

Snowboard down nine different mountain ranges built using real topographical data. Race, Trick, and Survival modes will all challenge you, and RiderNet promises features to make the experience both competitive and social.