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New Video Games - January 12th - January 18th, 2014

Posted on Monday, January 13 @ 17:45:00 Eastern by

Another slow week in January attempts to thaw out gamer credit cards everywhere, despite consumers still reeling from thousands of dollars in new hardware, PC, console, or otherwise. Let's see what we can spend money on this week:

Nidhogg - PC - January 13th, 2014
Review (Incoming) | Launch Trailer

Assassin's Creed Liberation HD - Xbox 360, PS3, PC - January 14th/15th, 2014
Review (Vita version) | Announcement Trailer

Broken Age Act One - PC - January 14th, 2014

The Banner Saga - PC - January 14th, 2014
Review (Incoming)

I'm in the middle of downloading Nidhogg as I write this, answering the call from GameRevolution readers who said they wanted more indie coverage on the site. Well, you got it! Please look out for a review of The Banner Saga this week as well.

While no one at GameRevolution (that I know of) backed Broken Age on Kickstarter, it is a game to watch this week. The wildly successful Kickstarter campaign by developers Double Fine ended in the millions, but even that massive sum of cash could only produce half of the promised game. Backers will have to wait for Act Two once the company has made some money on the first half of the game via sales on Steam's Early Access marketplace.

Are you buying anything this week? Did you back Broken Age? Can Kickstarter help me fund my line of men's ointments and salves?
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