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Retail
All Star Karate [USA] $19.99 TUE
Monster Hunter Tri (Standard/Bundle w/ Classic Controller Pro) [USA] $44.99/$59.99 TUE
Peripherals
Wii Classic Controller Pro (White/Black) [USA] $19.99 TUE
WiiWare
Bang Attack [USA] $5.00 MON
Virtual Console
Mega Man 4 (NES) [USA] $5.00 MON
DLC
Guitar Hero 5 / Band Hero: Phoenix tracks [more info] [USA] $2.00 ea. THU
Rock Band: Coheed and Cambria & misc. tracks [more info] [USA] $2.00 ea. TUE
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Retail
Beat City [USA] $19.99 TUE
Hardware
Nintendo DSi w/ Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story Bundle (White) [USA] $169.99 SUN
4/25
DSiWare
Game & Watch: Ball, Donkey Kong Jr. & Flagman [USA] $2.00 ea. MON
myPostcards [USA] $2.00 MON
Surviving High School [USA] $8.00 MON
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Retail
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PSN Updates
North American PSN Update [USA] varies THU
European PSN Update [PAL] varies THU
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Retail
[No new releases]
PSN Updates
North American PSN Update [USA] varies THU
European PSN Update [PAL] varies THU
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Retail
Sherlock Holmes Vs. Jack the Ripper [USA] $29.99 TUE
XBLA
After Burner Climax [USA] $10.00 WED
Puzzle Chronicles [USA] $10.00 WED
Demos
Lost Planet 2 (Multiplayer) [USA] free WED
DLC
Deal of the Week: Borderlands' Zombie Island of Dr. Ned [Gold only] [USA] $10.00 $5.00 MON – SUN
Guitar Hero 5 / Band Hero: Phoenix Track Pack [more info] [USA] $5.50 /
$2.00 ea.
THU
Left 4 Dead 2: The Passing [USA] $7.00 THU
Lips: Add-on Songs [USA] $2.00 ea. FRI
Rock Band: Coheed and Cambria Pack 01 & individual tracks [more info] [USA] varies TUE
Games on Demand
Halo 3 [USA] $29.99 TUE
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PC / Mac
Retail
Keys of the Kingdom (PC) [USA] $19.99 FRI
Left 4 Dead 2: The Passing [DLC] (PC) [USA] free THU
Left Behind: Tribulation Forces (PC) [USA] $29.99 FRI
Eds.' note: The PC/Mac retail listing is not necessarily indicative of all releases for the week, but highlights games that have major or otherwise noteworthy distribution.
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This article was originally published on Joystiq.