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New Video Games February 3rd-9th, 2013

Posted on Monday, February 4 @ 16:30:00 Eastern by

I'm sorry I didn't edit together a trailer of all this week's games. I was busy eating chips and dip, in that order, and frankly a lot of Dead Space 3. It takes a lot to keep me invested beyond the credits, but there are a few dark corners I haven't explored, so I'm still playing a lot of this week's biggest release, not to mention heaping marathons of Fire Emblem: Awakening.

Let's get to the list:
I can already say with confidence that 3DS owners should run out and pick up Fire Emblem: Awakening at their earliest convenience, but for the rest of this week's big games, you'll have to wait for our reviews. In fact, Dead Space and Sly Cooper will run tomorrow, so keep your browser pointed to GameRevolution.
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