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Doesn't look like August is turning out anything like I had anticipated gaming-wise. Harvest Moon got bumped until September 12, Super Monkey Ball Adventure is a bust on all platforms and the jury is still out on Star Fox & Cooking Mama. Even if those two turn out to be stellar they'll only run me $55 - a $25 Best Buy coupon. Not too shabby if you ask me. Of course there is still Arrested Development Season 3 & The Tick VS. Season 1 on DVD coming out the end of the month for $30 and $35 (list prices) respectivly. AD I'm going to want to pick up right away, The Tick on the other hand I've waited ages for, I suppose I can wait a bit longer. September however is a different story. My budget is no match for the sheer amount of quality releases both game & DVD: Now that $450 total is based on list prices for everything. While actual prices don't affect the games any, they will help with the DVDs and according to Amazon's current prices that'll take the total down to $387. Still damn steep, but better than $450. Granted I'm not going to be able to pick all of this up in one month, so my top picks are most likely going to be Loco Roco on the PSP for $40, Splinter Cell: Double Agent on the Xbox360 for $60 and the Star Wars DVDs for a total of $60 all together leaving me $160 lighter for the month. Rumors have it that Splinter Cell might be delayed until October, which if that's the case you won't hear me complaining. I'm also not 100% sold yet on Contact, Ultimate Ghosts n' Goblins or Harvest Moon. Will hold out for reviews on those before plunking down the cash for them. I haven't even dared peek into what October has in store. I need a birthday soon! At least the holidays are on their way (somewhat).
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