Downloadable Roundup for September 30, 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: HELL YEAH! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit.

Xbox Live Arcade

  • HELL YEAH! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit – September 26, 2012 – 1,200 points

Ride a giant chainsaw through Hell in this 2D platformer, shooting down monsters as you explore levels with hidden areas and side quests.

  • Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins – September 26, 2012 – 1,200 points

Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom are here with HD graphics and online play. You can save replays, watch matches online, and earn unlockables.

Xbox Live Games on Demand

  • The Amazing Spider-Man – September 25, 2012 - $59.99

This open-world action game acts as an epilogue to the 2012 Spiderman movie. The game promises acrobatic moves and an easy-to-navigate world. You can read GGN’s review on The Amazing Spider-Man here.

  • Brave: The Video Game – September 25, 2012 - $29.99

Save Scotland in this action/adventure title based on the Disney Pixar film.

  • Big League Sports – September 25, 2012 - $19.99

Using your Kinect, play football, baseball, soccer, tennis, basketball and golf. You can challenge your friends or compete for a spot on leaderboards.

  • My Self Defence Coach – September 25, 2012 - $39.99

Using your Kinect, learn to detect threats and hone your reflexes under the guidance of a virtual coach. Note that “Defence” is spelled the European way, not the US way.

  • Syndicate – September 25, 2012 - $29.99

In this sci-fi first-person shooter set in 2069, the world is ruled by competing businesses. Advancements in technology allow you to hack into your enemies and issue various commands. This is a reboot of a 1993 game produced by Peter Molyneux.

All of the games listed below were released on September 27, 2012.

Pictured above: The Denpa Men: They Came By Waves.

Wii Virtual Console

  • Real Bout Fatal Fury 2 – 900 points

This is the seventh entry in the Fatal Fury fighting game series, and it features 22 playable fighters and a guard canceling system.

DSiWare

  • Kart Krashers – 500 points

Collect stars and smash into stuff in order to earn high scores in this 3D go-kart game. Unlock racers and new courses as you learn more about the mystery behind the Kart Krasher competition.

3DS eShop

  • The Denpa Men: They Came By Waves - $9.99

Using your 3DS camera, capture Denpa Men (based on radio waves) and build a party of unique weirdos to go on an RPG quest.

  • Hitori by Nikoli - $4.99

Take on 50 puzzles designed by the creator of sudoku. Fill in missing numbers and tackle puzzling gimmicks.

3DS Virtual Console

  • Quarth - $2.99

Tetris-style puzzle game meets space shooter in this 1990 Game Boy game.

Sony after the jump.

All of the games listed below were released on September 25, 2012.

Pictured above: Tokyo Jungle.

PlayStation 3 – PlayStation Network

  • HELL YEAH! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit – $14.99

Ride a giant chainsaw through Hell in this 2D platformer, shooting down monsters as you explore levels with hidden areas and side quests.

  • Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins – $14.99

Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom are here with HD graphics and online play. You can save replays, watch matches online, and earn unlockables.

  • One Piece Pirate Warriors - $49.99

This action game takes cues from the Dynasty Warriors series and focuses on Luffy in its main storyline, although you can play as other characters as well in alternate modes.

  • RAW – $14.99

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.

  • Starhawk Multiplayer - $19.99

If you’re just interested in the multiplayer offerings of Starhawk, here it is. Online battles contain up to 32 players. Starhawk, sequel to Warhawk, is a third-person shooter featuring flying mechs for you to operate as well as some tactical options, such as the ability to build bunkers.

  • Tokyo Jungle - $14.99

Play as a variety of animals as you struggle to survive and uncover the mystery behind mankind’s disappearance.

PlayStation Portable

  • FIFA Soccer 13 - $39.99

The latest entry in EA’s soccer series introduces First Touch Control, which adds a touch of realism to the strategy as you’ll need to pay more attention to your control over the ball.

  • Final Fantasy III - $19.99

This entry in the Final Fantasy series never made it to America on the NES, but it introduced key aspects such as classes and summons. It’s been remade on the PSP with 3D graphics and new features.

PlayStation Vita

  • FIFA Soccer 13 - $39.99

The latest entry in EA’s soccer series introduces First Touch Control, which adds a touch of realism to the strategy as you’ll need to pay more attention to your control over the ball.

  • LittleBigPlanet PS Vita - $35.99

This game has all the creation and sharing you expect from a LittleBigPlanet title along with the touch screen controls made possible by the Vita.

  • Table Ice Hockey - $1.99

This augmented reality game allows you to play ice hockey using cards on your table. Compete in a number of modes with both single- and multi-player options.

PlayStation 3 – Playstation 1 Classics

  • Turnabout - $5.99

Guide a marble to its goal by rotating a game board. Includes a level creator mode.

PlayStation 3 – PlayStation 2 Classics

  • Grand Theft Auto III - $9.99

Enter the world of crime in this landmark open-world title.

PlayStation 3 – PlayStation 3 Retail Games

  • Dead or Alive 5 - $59.99

As the first major Dead or Alive release in several years, this features some new features such as destructible arenas, a Critical System, and greater graphical detail.

  • FIFA Soccer 13 - $59.99

The latest entry in EA’s soccer series introduces First Touch Control, which adds a touch of realism to the strategy as you’ll need to pay more attention to your control over the ball.

  • Mirror’s Edge - $14.99

This first-person platformer takes place in an all-too-perfect dystopian future where you play as a Runner. Your job is to deliver messages by foot no matter what it takes.

  • Starhawk - $39.99

Not to be confused with the 1977 arcade game, this third-person shooter features flying mechs for you to operate as well as some tactical options, such as the ability to build bunkers.