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Posted on Monday, March 25 @ 14:20:44 PST by

This week's NVG is light on the video editing and heavy on the Bioshock Infinite as that's the only trailer I'm featuring. Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon came out yesterday, but 3DS trailers don't look so good. It's better see how pretty that game is in 3D on your own. There's a host of other titles coming out, which you'll in the list, but we've gotta give it up for the heavy hitter this week:
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I'm headed out the door for a PlayStation Indie showcase, but I'll be back later tonight to play Bioshock Infinite once its unlocked. I've also got a new copy of Luigi's Mansion sitting on my desk, but I'm determined not to open or else I'll get distracted this week. What are you buying?

Are you waiting for GameRevolution's review before you pick up Bioshock Infinite? We're unfortunately forced to wait for the midnight release as we didn't receive a review copy.

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