Release date update: 'Homefront,' 'Angry Birds Rio,' 'Battlefield 3'

Minor delays to Wii shooter
Conduit 2, controversial war game
Homefront, and the UK version of
Two Worlds II are accompanied by announcements for
Angry Birds Rio,
Battlefield 3,
Dark Souls, a demo for
Dragon Age II, and more.

PopCap Arcade Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 finally come to the UK as PopCap Hits, a collection of Xbox LIVE downloads for those that prefer discs.

In comparison, there's a significantly shorter UK delay to top fantasy adventure Two Worlds II results from the country's consignment suffering damage on route.

PopCap Hits Vol. 1 - Bejeweled 2, Peggle, Feeding Frenzy and AstroPop (Xbox 360): UK, February 18.
http://www.popcap.com

Dragon Age II demo (360 PC PlayStation 3 via download): February 22.
http://dragonage.bioware.com/da2

Two Worlds II (360 PS3): UK, February 25.
http://www.twoworlds2.com

Angry Birds Rio (mobile): March.
http://www.angrybirds.com

Swarm (360 PS3 via download): March.
http://www.swarmites.com

PixelJunk Shooter 2 (PS3 via download): Japan, March 4.
http://www.pixeljunk.jp

PopCap Hits Vol. 2 - Plants vs Zombies, Zuma, Feeding Frenzy 2, Heavy Weapons (Xbox 360): UK, March 4.
http://www.popcap.com

Homefront (360 PS3): North America, March 15. Autralia, March 17. Europe, March 18. Japan, April 14.
http://www.homefront-game.com

The 3rd Birthday (PSP): North America, March 29.
http://www.the3rdbirthdaygame.com

Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection (PSP): North America, April 19 (Japan, March 24; Europe, Spring 2011).
http://www.FF4CompleteCollection.com

Conduit 2 (Wii): North America, April 19. Europe, April 22.
http://www.sega.com/games/conduit-2

Saints Row 3: September to November 2011.
http://www.saintsrow.com

Battlefield 3 (360 PC PS3): September to November 2011.
http://www.battlefield3.com

Dark Souls (360 PS3): North America, Europe, and Japan, 2011.
http://www.fromsoftware.jp/darksouls

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