There are two editorial gold mines in the videogame-list business. The first is box art, because laughing at other people’s hard work gone awry is fantastically easy. Right behind those myriad articles about game packaging are lists devoted to poking fun at their very names – and we’re not afraid to go back to the well for another bit of fun.
Two massively important reveals happened this past weekend. One, Blizzard announced Diablo III, one of the most obvious and expected sequels of all time. The other was a bit more surprising, but still known due to weeks of random information leaks. That would be Mega Man 9, finally confirmed via scans from Nintendo Power
Mega Man, the original "how many are there again?" series, has two more releases to add to the pile. As with the last few Battle Network games, Star Force 2 will hit stores with two versions only moderately different from each other, Zerker X Saurian and Zerker X Ninja.Both versions feature two worlds (real and virtual, or "Wave World"), grid-based battles and card-based gameplay. There's also a "Brother Band Network" that lets players trade