I was reminded today about how much American McGee rocks out. I learned of American McGee presents Scrapland today, which apparently was released for the PC in November. I walked to the nearby video game store after Ethics, picked up a copy, and I've liked it. It's so rare to find a good original PC release anymore, and seeing that this one did in fact hit the PC before the consoles was a nice surprise.

Some of the reviews were making it sound like American McGee presents Grand Theft Flying Vehicles, but it's actually closer to Freelancer or Beyond Good & Evil. Freelancer being poorly reviewed (I admit it could have been much more than it was, but it was adequate) and BG&E being well reviewed, but little played (it's cheap to find a copy and I would recommend buying it if you haven't played it).