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GR Release Round-Up 06/12/2011

Posted on Sunday, June 12 @ 18:15:53 PST by

The week after E3 2011 brings us a game over a decade in the making and more than what meets the eye. Let's take a look at what's coming up in the next week:
So, I'll just say this: I'm not reviewing Duke Nukem Forever. I also haven't been waiting as long as some people have been for the game. I have played the demo. The demo sucked. It sucked really bad. If that was the section of the game that was meant to sell me on DNF, I think they should have labeled it DNR.

Instead I'm hoping to check out Child of Eden, and Alice: Madness Returns. I also just picked up copies of Mortal Kombat and Fallout: New Vegas. I'll be trying to get competent enough with Sub-Zero to stand a chance against Anthony. Although, once I get started with New Vegas, I probably won't have much time to practice. It's going to be a good week for gaming! Now Gordon Freeman will be carrying the torch Gearbox Software is looking to take away from Duke Nukem.

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