Splice (Wednesday, February 24) - I can't find a trailer for this movie, so this clip will have to do. It looks kind of neat, but I've found these kinds of movies boring in the past.
Cop Out (Friday, February 26) - A buddy cop movie starring Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan. Meh, looks OK.
Defender (Friday, February 26) - Looks like it's supposed to be a Superhero comedy...looks pretty lame too.
Crazies (Friday, February 26) - The trailer reminds me of 28 Days Later. Something's making people go crazy, and they start killing people. It's a horror movie, and it doesn't look all that bad.
Heavy Rain (PS3) - This is more like an interactive movie than a game. Either way this game looks awesome, and the demo over the Sony Network was good. Definitely getting this one, but probably waiting for a price drop.
Endless Ocean: Blue World (Wii) - Gamespot gave this an 8 out of 10, so it can't be all that bad. Looks like an exploration game above anything else.
The rest (There's so many games this week that I'm only commenting on the last two):
Last Rebellion (PS3)
Napoleon: Total War (PC)
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's World Championship 2010 Reverse of Arcadia (DS)...why?
Greed Cop (Xbox 360, PS3)
Risen (Xbox 360)
Achtung Panzer: Kharkov 1943 (PC)
Sonic & Sega All Star Racers (Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, DS) - The Xbox 360 version also has Banjo-Kazooie in it.
Age of Zombies (PSP)
Dawn of Discovery: Venice (PC)
Order of War: Challenge (PC)
Arsenal of Democracy (PC)
Metal Slug XX (PSP)
Seems like it's just that point in a console generation where they start getting flooded by games that nobody will buy, except there's too many good games coming out lately too. Also, I noticed that five of these games are for the PC; at least developers haven't abandoned the PC yet.