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Another week of April comes and goes without a big focus in new releases, but for enthusiasts there's always something new to play. Fans of shooters should check out Far Cry 3's standalone expansion and Vita owners should do their part and buy Soul Sacrifice. If you don't make this one, the next sacrifice you'll be asked to make is your Vita to the Kaz-gods. Here's the full list: I'm hoping to play Blood Dragon and Soul Sacrifice in between preview events over the next few weeks. Nick and Blake will have reviews for each respectively in the coming days and we'll have more coverage of next-gen console reveals, new IPs and returning franchises alike, and don't forget about our on-the-ground reporting from the Electronic Entertainment Expo. With more new games releasing over the summer and new hardware on the way, the industry will likely heat up as the summer does, so keep it locked on GameRevolution.

If you haven't seen the live-action video for Blood Dragon, check it out at the end of the playlist and then try to tell me you aren't buying anything this week.
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