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GR Release Round-Up 06/19/2011

Posted on Monday, June 20 @ 11:33:22 PST by

Unless you're one of those gamer dads, I bet you didn't play too many video games yesterday. I sure didn't! Saturday and Sunday were filled with father's day activities. At least I didn't have to mow any lawns this weekend. Ugh, f*** mowing lawns. Here are the games released this week:
  • F.3.A.R. (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) - June 21st, 2011
I'm planning on playing... A LOT of these games. I bought a Nintendo 3DS after E3 because Nintendo's software lineup is phenomenal. Obviously, Ocarina of Time is a worthy title to pick up with it, but the games coming down the pipe look and play even better. My gaming agenda this week doesn't stop there.

F.3.A.R. should be in my mailbox today so that'll put a damper on my Mortal Kombat time in the immediate sense, but I'm looking to nab myself a copy of Dungeon Siege III this week too. Oh, and don't count XBLA title Trenched out just yet. A mech game from Double Fine? I'm out of pocket for that game this week as well.

What are you buying or playing this week?

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