Sony's PlayStation Network has got three high-profile offers for gamers to buy digitally this week.
The BBC's Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is finally available to buy, as is Sony's long-awaited PlayStation Move title Sorcery.
As if that wasn't enough, Ubisoft's new squad shooter Ghost Recon: Future is also available day and date alongside its retail release, though expect to pay more to download the game than buy the disc.
The game looks to reinvent the franchise in much the same was as Splinter Cell: Conviction did for that IP. Think fewer tactics and more cinematic shoot-outs and you're on the right track.
If you're more of a fan of those out-dated, almost antique physical games then there are some great new releases coming to your local High Street retailer this week, too.
Making a retail arrival tomorrow are Codemasters' manic off-road racer Dirt: Showdown, Capcom's Skyrim-a-like Dragon's Dogma, Nintendo's 3DS sports title Mario Tennis Open and Activision's Men in Black: Alien Crisis.