Coming Soon! 6/11/2012

Once again, E3 has come to pass, and now we’re left reeling with amazement of all the things we can’t ha… wait what? E3 sucked? Oh good that means you might actually pay attention to this week’s Vita game. Yes the Vita does indeed still exist, even if Sony seems to not care about it if their E3 conference is anything to go by.

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E3 2012 Winners and Losers

With all the E3 press conferences done and over with and the last day of E3 upon us *sad face* it’s time to start talking the obligatory winners and losers. So sit back relax and let’s heap praise on the winners while we scorn and heckle the losers.

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Coming Soon! 5/28/2012

Click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click Games come out this week, click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click Read it if you want, click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click Oooooohhh shiny, click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click click

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Capcom Reconsidering On-Disc DLC?

Addressing the company’s on-going stance of having some DLC on-disc to help “ensure for a smooth transition when the DLC is available, allowing players who choose not to purchase the content the ability to play against players that did” Capcom VP Christian Svensson posted the following letter on Capcom Unity.

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Coming Soon! 4/30/2012

Given all the great, and really long, Role Playing Games that came out in the past months, I could really use another week’s worth of gaming break just to play catch up. Couldn’t you? I know I could given how much stuff there is to do in Xenoblade Chronicles. And I haven’t even touched Skyrim yet. If you must play something new this week, I’ve got two options for you. One came out last year. The other one may or may not be for you.

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Coming Soon! 4/16/2012

This year has truly been the year of the Role Playing Games so far hasn’t it? We started off with Final Fantasy 13-2, went into space with Mass Effect 3, and two weeks ago we climbed up a titan in Xenoblade Chronicles. This week’s RPG will take us to a darker high-fantasy world with far more mature themes coursing through it. Interested? Read on.

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Coming Soon! 3/5/2012

Mass Effect 3 comes out tomorrow. You can stop reading the rest of this article now. Wait, you’re still here? What’s that? You’re not interested in stopping the Reaper invasion of the galaxy as we know it? Wow, I didn’t realize you exist. In that case by all means read on. Because, ya know, there are other games out there.

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Coming Soon! Playstation Vita Edition

You just got the Playstation Vita. Now what? Use it as a coaster? No, you play games on it you fool! Take a look at these launch titles and see what catches your eye.

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Coming Soon! The Reckoning! 2011 Edition

Excel is fun! No, I’m serious. It really is as long as you fill it with something you care about like your favorite team’s stats, how often black comes up, or, I don’t know, stamp statistics. Fill it with video game stats, and you can get a picture of the video game industry as a whole. I did it the past two years already thanks to my insane hobby of writing about game releases weekly, and this time my methods have become far more sophisticated. By that I mean I used Excel instead of an abacus.

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Coming Soon! 11/7/2011

The hapless townsfolk have all hidden inside their homes, and the scared shopkeepers all flips their signs from open to close as the three gunmen approaches each other in front of the clock tower at high noon. That’s right. November is upon us once again. This week, we’re getting Call of Duty’s 2011 edition of Call of Duty. We’re also getting the sequel to Oblivion, and Nintendo releases a fairly unorthodox take on their mascot. In other words, we’re getting nothing but sequels this week. Unless you’re willing to look beyond the triple-A releases.

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