Hudson has announced the release of three new downloadable games in Europe this Friday.
Water Warfare was released in Japan only yesterday, so you'll have a chance to jump in before the Japanese players get too much practice and crush us all online! The game is exclusively based around the one thing Hudson's previous FPS, Onslaught, did not have - An online deathmatch mode. It's the very first family-friendly FPS - You don't kill anyone, instead, you try to drench them with water by using various waterguns and balloons! If your T-shirt is completely wet you'll pass out and have to wait to respawn, but you can try to dry it by grabbing towels. There's a variety of other gameplay modes as well, including a capture the flag mode which has treasure chests instead of flags. Water Warfare will cost 800 Wii Points.
Sudoku 50! For Beginners is a set of 50 Sudoku puzzles - If that sounds familiar it's because its "bigger brother", Sudoku 150! For Challengers was already released two weeks ago. This might be a good pick if you've never played Sudoku before and suspect you'll be terrible at it, but for anybody experienced, 150 will probably remain the best choice. You can read our review of 150 for an idea of what to expect. Sudoku 50 will cost 200 DSi Points.
Already announced last week is the release of SimEarth: The Living Planet, which doesn't really come as much of a surprise, as North America got it Monday! If you like your simulation games complicated then this is perfect for you - Anybody else might want to reconsider, as our review will tell you.
There's also rumours Puzzle Bobble Plus! will be released, as some people have seen its image coming by on the Wii Shop's "new releases ticker". If that's true then this will be a fairly good update, we think!