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New Video Games April 22nd, 2013

Posted on Monday, April 22 @ 17:22:15 Eastern by

Another week of April is here and more newly released video games are flooding the shelves. This time Deep Silver and a bunch of dragons go at it over your Xbox 360 or PS3 while Nintendo is content to continue playing with Legos in the corner. OW! Dammit Nintendo! How many times have I told you to keep these off the floor? I hate stepping on them!
  • Black Rock Shooter: The Game (PSP) - April 23rd, 2013
  • Moncao: What's Yours Is Mine (Xbox 360, PC, Mac) - April 24th, 2013
We've got reviews of some of these games locked and loaded, so if you don't seem them up now, be sure to keep your browser pointed to GameRevolution as we deliver verdicts. I'm not buying anything this week, but I'm hoping to get my hands on Monaco at some point. Don't Starve is another PC indie with plenty of good buzz, so be sure check out this week's off-the-radar offerings which we'll have more of on Thursday in The Download.

Anyone up for more Dragon's Dogma or a Star Trek not-quite-movie-tie-in? I feel like all the good hype Namco Bandai had built behind this game has gone completely flat in the final months. Did the usual gamut of licensing issues catch up to Digital Extremes? I haven't heard anything about a review copy, so maybe sit on those pre-orders.

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