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Posted on Friday, June 15 @ 17:30:00 Eastern by GR_Staff

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Resident Evil 6

Publisher: Capcom
Developer: Capcom
Release Date: October 2nd, 2012

Excerpt: The series is at an impasse—it saw plenty of success with a more survival horror offering, most recently seen in Resident Evil 4 with Leon Kennedy, and sold millions with action-horror in Chris Redfield’s latest outing in Resident Evil 5. What’s a historic, genre-defining series to do? The best of both worlds, and then some.

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Watch_Dogs

Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft
Release Date: TBA

Excerpt: It'll probably be a long wait. Watch_Dogs certainly seems like it could be a next-generation game, considering the level of interaction, detail, fidelity, and advance physics systems it promises to employ. A mobile app is also in the works that will allow you to interact with your friends while on the go.

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SimCity
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: Maxis
Release Date: February 2013

Excerpt: This re-imagining of SimCity is all about detail, generated by the game's Glassbox Engine. The core idea of envisioning a city plan, paving the landscape with roads and houses, supplying electricity and water to every building, and meeting the demands of the citizens remains intact. The difference comes in sheer graphical power, being able to zoom into a friendly culdesac and see the miniature Sims going about their day, purvey the city and witness the foggy pollution in the air, and construct curvy roads that aren't fixed along the square grid anymore.

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Borderlands 2
Publisher: Take Two Interactive
Developer: Gearbox Software
Release Date: September 18, 2012

Excerpt: As you would expect, Borderlands 2 is more of a "new and improved" model of Borderlands than a complete redo. You will still accept bounty board quests, choose from four classes based on the original four, earn experience, gain skill points for various trees, open familiar red treasure chests, and cheer when you find an 4x-incendiary sniper rifle.

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Injustice: Gods Among Us
Publisher: Warner Bros.
Developer: NetherRealms Studios
Release Date: TBA 2013

Excerpt: Only six characters were shown during E3, but the character selection screen has room for 24 heroes and villains. Plus, with NetherRealm calling the shots, there’s bound to be some secrets or hidden characters. The biggest surprises, however, are sure to be storyline-related, as this is an all-new take on the storied characters said to blur the line between good and evil.

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