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New Video Games August 4th - August 10th, 2013

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As usual, gaming's release calendar picks up again in August, with high profile releases from Atlus, Nintendo, and even Namco Bandai dropping this week. Check out the video above, then read the full list, complete with GameRevolution reviews and more below:

Pikmin 3 - Nintendo, Wii U - August 4th, 2013
The First Hours | The First Boss | Review

Dragon's Crown - Atlus, PS3, Vita - August 6th, 2013
Preview | Review

Tales of Xillia - Namco Bandai, PS3 - August 6th, 2013
More Tales of Xillia Video

The Sims 3: Dragon Valley - EA, PC, Mac - August 6th, 2013

Guacamelee! - Drinkbox Studios, PC - August 8th, 2013
PS Vita Review

Ibb and Obb - Sparpweed, PS3 - August 6th, 2013
Preview

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons - Starbreeze, Xbox 360 - August 7th, 2013

Disney Planes - Disney, Wii, 3DS, DS, Wii U - August 6th, 2013

I've already played Pikmin 3 and Nick's already given you the low-down and dirty on Dragon's Crown (check out each of those reviews by clicking on links above). Obviously those are the heavy hitters this week and they're each exclusive to Nintendo and Sony platforms, respectively. Only Microsoft leads off the Fall release calendar without an exclusive in tow.

That said, I'm interested to see how the new line Xbox 360 stacks up against the previous model. My Halo 3-era white 360 has certainly seen better days, and I'm wondering if I should upgrade that before stockpiling cash for the next-generation Xbox One. Anyone out there with one of Microsoft's second-chance shots at 360 hardware? Should I snag an Xbox 360 S on the cheap or go for the latest "E" model?
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