By Ezio's beard! Xbox has announced Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is coming to backwards compatibility today, along with a collection of other much-loved titles.
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII will be released alongside the PlayStation 3 on November 17, Ubisoft's announced.
Not only that, but it will make "innovative use of the PS3 controller" - suggesting there will be a tilt-controlled game at launch after all.
Like the Xbox 360 version, released earlier this year, Blazing Angels PS3 will take in the Battle of Britain, Pearl Harbor, Midway and the skies above Berlin as you swat each other in World War II planes.
Ubisoft has demonstrated its confidence in Nintendo Wii with the promise of seven titles at launch.
The French publisher had previously announced Red Steel and Rayman Raving Rabbids for Wii, and this week followed it up with talk of Far Cry, Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII, Monster 4x4 World Circuit, Open Season and GT Pro Series.
A disputed French version of the publisher's press announcement also made reference to a Prince of Persia Wii title, although that release was soon retracted and reworded to reference other, unnamed games also in development.
It may be a bit mediocre, and I may be glad to see the back of it so I can stop typing "Angles" by accident, but if you're still keen to have a go and see if Ubisoft's World War II planes-go-ratatatatat-'em-up Blazing Angels is any good on the PC, you can now do so.
Xbox 360 owners unimpressed by all this PlayStation excitement (SPIT, etc.) can pop down to the Marketplace this evening and actually play some games instead - with Astropop joining PopCap Games' growing range of Live Arcade offerings and Ubisoft's Blazing Angels joining the demo line-up.