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20 Big-Name Games
By: Jonathan Bethune | Apr 22, 2010 | Issue: 839 | No Comments | 551 views

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Whew! Is it just me, or have the last three months cleaned out your game budget for the year too? Yakuza 4, Bioshock 2 and God of War III, just to name a (very, very) few. In all, over 20 big-name games all coming out in a span of less than 90 days. And those are just the major releases—there are a goodly number of minor sequels, ports and remakes that I haven’t even covered. It’s a good thing next quarter has nothing decent coming out. I mean, honestly—who could possibly be looking forward to the 16-player capability and sleekly rendered Bugattis of Gran Turismo 5? And Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, featuring the return of Naked Snake plus three other versions of the character, should clearly hold no appeal for the masses. Aside from a few inconsequential titles like Super Street Fighter IV, Super Mario Galaxy 2 and the sequel to Lost Planet, there’s little to get excited about come May. Yes sir, nothing but fresh air and sunshine for me this spring.




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