crazytaxilogo.png[We round up the week's top news and interviews from sister console digital download site GamerBytes, featuring new information about Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, WiiWare, DSiWare and PSN Minis.]

It's been a week of announcements and leaks here -- Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 and Unbound Saga are now coming to digital platforms, plus we also got our first under the radar looks at Crazy Taxi and Sonic Adventure coming to the Xbox Live Arcade.

We also released our monthly analysis of the PlayStation Network in North America -- we check the PSN Leaderboards to see what's selling and what's not catching on. It's more limited than our XBLA analysis, but it's the best we can do to help upcoming developers understand the platform, given available data.

GamerBytes Originals

In-Depth: North American Playstation Network Sales, March 2010

Store Updates

XBLA Update - After Burner: Climax, Puzzle Chronicles
NA PSN Store Update - Monkey Island SE, After Burner Climax, Puzzle Chronicles And More
EU PSN Store Update - Lead & Gold, After Burner Climax, Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess! And More
NA Nintendo Update - Mega Man 4, Game & Watch Games And More
EU Nintendo Update - Earthworm Jim DSiWare, Flipper, Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures And More

Microsoft (Xbox Live Arcade, XBL Indies)

Leaked Footage - Sonic Adventure DX (Sega)
Watch out! You're gonna crash! Ahh!

Crazy Taxi Coming To XBLA?
Yo yo yo, you need a ride?

Xbox Indies: Olu (Red Button Games)
If you're a fan of Rez, you might want to check this out.

Giant Bomb Quick Look - Zeno Clash
What to expect from this bizarre first person brawler.

Screenshots: Islands Of Wakfu (Ankama Group)
We get a new look at this beautiful action RPG.

Sony (PlayStation Network, PSN Minis)

Trailer: Bionic Commando Rearmed 2 (Capcom / Fatshark)
You can jump now! This changes everything.

Footage: Blade Kitten (Krome Studios)
More footage from the Australian developer's side-scrolling platformer.

Nintendo (WiiWare, DSiWare)

Trailer: Jett Rocket (Shin'en)
A 3D platformer on WiiWare that looks better than some HD console attempts.

Trailer: Robox (Dream Box Games)
A new sideways-scrolling platformer coming to WiiWare.