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GR Release Round-Up 04/17/2011

Posted on Sunday, April 17 @ 15:48:38 PST by

If it weren't blazing hot outside and if I hadn't gone swimming yesterday you could've fooled me into thinking it was Fall already. This week sees the biggest releases and the busiest week in gaming in months. With so many games coming out, it'll be hard to only buy one. You can bet that that one game won't be Conduit 2. Here's what's landing this week:
  • Portal 2 (Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Mac) - April 19th, 2011
We tried to warn you! If your wallets aren't prepared, are your thumbs? With such high profile releases this week, you can be sure to find a co-op partner for Portal 2 on GR, as well as a sparring partner/victim for Mortal Kombat, or a squad to flesh out your multiplayer games in SOCOM 4.

I'll be playing Portal 2 like a mad man for Game Revolution's review. With the the review copy from Valve and EA caught in post office limbo, it'll be a very busy Tuesday. If you've got the game on PC, Mac, or PS3, maybe you could help me out and be my co-op partner. Send me a PM and we can exchange more exact details.

Also, if you're dropping cash on Mortal Kombat, beware of one Anthony Severino. If you do happen to run into him in online matches, prepared to get over next to him only to have your ass handed to you.

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