Gooooood morning, Polygamerites! We’ve got a variety of things for you this morning, so let’s just jump right in, shall we?
- (The Behemoth) The lovely folks at The Behemoth have announced after a long announcement drought that the PSN version of Castle Crashers is in its final round of testing. If all goes well, we could finally see this XBLA classic make its way to the PSN, so we too can crash some castles.
- (Destructoid) Oh hey, look, an Alan Wake review. Alan Wake is finally coming out? This is a good thing; you can never have enough Twin Peaks-inspired video games (see also: Deadly Premonition). Next thing you know, someone will give a release date for I Am Alive. Anyone planning on picking this up?
- (PlayStation Blog) From the Things No One Is Surprised About Department: Sony has announced another God of War game. God of War: Ghost of Sparta was announced for the PSP, and is being developed by Ready at Dawn, the same team behind the fantastic-but-short God of War: Chains of Olympus. Expects lots of manly shouting, gore, and I’d put my money on a sexy minigame. Just sayin’.
- (PC World) Have you already returned to Ostagar? Warded the keep? Awakened? Well fear now, Dragon Age Origins devotee: a mysterious piece of DLC, titled "Darkspawn Chronicles," has been dated and priced – but not announced. The Xbox 360 Press Blog states that it’ll be available on May 18th for 400 Microsoft Banana Bucks, or $5 USD here in the real world.