gtap.jpg Yeah, yeah, we've covered GameTap a zillion times already, but this is the first time since their price reduction (the PC 'all you can eat' service is now $9.99 per month), and has added on-demand streaming of all its video segments in 'GameTap TV'.

We now have more info on what popped up in March, and what's coming in April, via their email, plus the Top Ten, so since we're still the only people who run these - we're doing it again:

"Among March’s notable game additions are Baldur’s Gate (Vivendi Universal) for PC, Crazy Taxi (SEGA) for Dreamcast, Virtua Fighter (SEGA) for SEGA 32X [which we totally called, oh yes!], Populous: The Beginning (Electronic Arts) for PC, Golden Axe (SEGA) for the Genesis, and a number of arcade favorites, including Ghosts 'n Goblins (Capcom) and its sequel Ghouls 'n Ghosts (Capcom), Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors (Capcom), and Baseball Stars Professional (SNK Playmore)."

As for the top ten most-played games for March, there's some interesting stuff in here - Quest For Glory and Sim Safari, even:

1. 1942
2. Age of Wonders II: The Wizard’s Throne
3. Quest for Glory I: So You Want To Be A Hero
4. Sim Safari
5. Warlords Battlecry II
6. Heroes of Might and Magic IV
7. Pac-Man
8. Empire Earth
9. Sonic the Hedgehog 2
10. Railroad Tycoon 3

It's also noted: "Entire weeks [in April] will be devoted to new content from Capcom, SNK, the King’s Quest franchise, and the big daddy of them all - Street Fighter! Each week will feature five to a dozen games related to its focus." A little vaguer, this time - but there hasn't been a Street Fighter game on GameTap yet, so we're looking forward to seeing which.

[Also, we heard, maybe... opportunities to play GameTap games against each other later this year? Hope so! We still don't think GameTap got off on the right foot, but we're wondering if they can get going at some point... the idea is still great in terms of making great old titles legally playable again.]