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Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition: Reveal

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Adding new characters, an all new balancing update as well as an enhanced Replay Channel, Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition will deliver the definitive version of Street Fighter® when it releases on Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PCs this summer. More specifically, the add-on version of Arcade Edition will be available as a downloadable upgrade for existing Super Street Fighter® IV owners on June 7 for 1200 MS Points or $14.99, with a full console retail product following on June 24 in Europe and June 28 in North America, respectively, and a PC version in July.
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PowerUp Heroes: Reveal Trailer

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The universe is in peril, and it’s up to you to annihilate the forces of evil in PowerUP Heroes. Turn your Xbox 360 avatar into a powerful superhero and face off in the ultimate cosmic showdown. Obliterate your enemy and seize their super suit and abilities to use in your next battle, like the mighty Necromancer suit which allows you to control a horde of skeletons, or the Mentalist suit to break into your enemy’s mind. PowerUP Heroes is the ultimate super power-infused full-body fighting game for Kinect.
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Outland: Co-op Trailer

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Discover an ambitious platformer game created by Ubisoft and the award-winning studio Housemarque, maker of Super Stardust HD. Stand alone in the middle of Balance and Chaos to bridge the ancient divide ... or doom the world to destruction!
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Might & Magic Clash of Heroes HD: Trailer

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Set in the Might and Magic universe, Might and Magic Clash of Heroes is now arriving on the XBOX Live Arcade and the Playstation Network incorporating role-playing elements, adventure and an innovative and dynamic combat system based on puzzle mechanics.
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Review: Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime

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We're Not Afraid of Ghosts, But This Game Is A Nightmare
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Last month, Atari released Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime, a new foray into the Ghostbusters universe. If you remember, 2009 brought us Ghostbusters: The Video Game, a third-person shooter that placed players in the role of the Rookie, a new employee hired by the original 4 Ghostbusters to help out with the increased workload brought on by the return of Gozer (the bad guy/hot chick covered in bubbles from the first movie). It’s important to point out how and why Ghostbusters: The Video Game was as good as it was, because the new Ghostbusters release shows that maybe it was just too damn good to follow up.

Last month, Atari released Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime, a new foray into the Ghostbusters universe. If you remember, 2009 brought us Ghostbusters: The Video Game, a third-person shooter that placed players in the role of the Rookie, a new employee hired by the original 4 Ghostbusters to help out with the increased workload brought on by the return of Gozer (the bad guy/hot chick covered in bubbles from the first movie).

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Review: ilomilo

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You Would Dance When You Finish These Puzzles as Well
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Created by the Swedish development team at SouthEnd Interactive (previously known for the 2009 XBLA remake of Lode Runner), the premise of ilomilo is simple: presented as though it were designed for a children’s book, the player must unite best friends ilo and milo throughout each level, who meet every day for snacks and tea and dance when reunited.

If there’s one thing you can say about the gaming industry these days, it’s that sometimes it feels like we’re playing more of the same year after year. The most anticipated titles are usually retreads, remakes, and sequels of games already played before, only with MORE, BIGGER, BETTER. It’s a problem that plagues the industry, though it doesn’t appear to be changing anytime soon; hell, even mediocre games are rewarded with sequels these days.

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Child of Eden: Kinect Gameplay Trailer

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Child of Eden thrusts the player into the center of a battle to save Project Lumi, a mission to reproduce a human personality inside Eden, a futuristic version of the Internet and the archive of all human memories. As the project nears completion, the archive is invaded by an unknown virus and the player’s mission is to save Eden from the virus to restore hope and peace. Under the direction of the renowned game creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Child of Eden is a multi-sensory shooter that will send players diving into a kaleidoscopic matrix of synchronized music and mind-blowing visuals that will usher forth a truly landmark game experience.
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Hunted: "The Power of Two" Trailer

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Hunted, a fantasy action game, is a fresh take on the classic dungeon crawl experience that delivers the intensity and action of a modern-day shooter. The warrior Caddoc and the huntress E'lara must fight their way through besieged towns, sprawling dungeons, and ancient ruins as they become entwined in a tale of corruption and deceit. The two must combine Caddoc's brute strength with E'lara's deadly accuracy to vanquish a horde of foul creatures and untangle the mystery of the Demon's Forge, gaining access to unstoppable magic and an arsenal of weaponry hidden by ancient puzzles along the way.
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Impressions of Mass Effect 2: The Arrival DLC

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Review: Homefront

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A War Hits Home
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Countless nights have been drained through bottles and shots, hunched over booths, where my friends and I talk potential disaster scenarios. Deciding on M-14’s or silenced M9’s for zombies, where to hide in case of robots, how to seduce aliens when they invade (it’s really all you can do), and where to run in case of a supervolcano eruption. But how can you prepare for all in the cornucopia of doom? Now, an occupation, in which our military’s crippled and our basic human rights are thrown out the window, I can do something about.

Countless nights have been drained through bottles and shots, hunched over booths, where my friends and I talk potential disaster scenarios. Deciding on M-14’s or silenced M9’s for zombies, where to hide in case of robots, how to seduce aliens when they invade (it’s really all you can do), and where to run in case of a supervolcano eruption. But how can you prepare for all in the cornucopia of doom? Now, an occupation, in which our military’s crippled and our basic human rights are thrown out the window, I can do something about.

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