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Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City PS3, X360/$59.99/March 20 When a swarm of zombies devoured most of the population of Raccoon City, the remaining citizens were left to fend for themselves and pray for survival. Hoping to contain any news of the outbreak, Umbrella Corp., the creator of the T-virus responsible for the undead apocalypse, has sent a squad of Security Services soldiers into the sleepy town with guns at the ready. The government, curious about the undead using Raccoon City as an all-you-can-eat buffet, has sent its own team, hoping to determine the source of the plague. With two squads of highly trained and armed soldiers entering a contained battlefield filled with ravenous zombies, the only result can be chaos and bloodshed.
Mario Party 9 Wii$49.99/March 11 Everyone's favorite plumber is back with a gaggle of wacky characters as they run, jump and blast their way through the wildest competition in video game history. "Mario Party 9" continues the beloved series by combining all the family-friendly fun of a good old-fashioned board game with fast- paced minigames. As with the titles that have come before it, ultimate glory goes to the player or team who can collect the most stars before the predetermined end of the game.
I Am Alive XBLA/March 7
SSX X360, PS3/$59.99/Feb. 28
Debra Messing of 'Smash' on NBC
UFC Undisputed 3 X360, PS3/$59.99/Feb. 14
Steven Tyler of 'American Idol' on Fox
Josh Lucas of "The Firm" on NBC
Dr. Jennifer Ashton of 'The Revolution' on ABC
Michael Clarke Duncan of "The Finder" on Fox
Rob Lowe of "Parks and Recreation" on NBC
Assassin's Creed: Revelations X360, PS3, PC/$49.99-$59.99/Available Now
Star Wars: The Old Republic PC/$59.99/Available Now
Food Network fans know Justin Willman as the Alton Brown or Ted Allen of the Sunday night hit "Cupcake Wars," which launched myriad other homages to the little cakes with the great big trend factor. He doesn't taste the wares or choose the winners, but Willman keeps the mood whipped-frosting fun and breaks bad news to losers as sweetly as he can.