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What Are You Playing? April 26th, 2014

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This weekend, I'm putting the finishing touches on our review of Kirby: Triple Deluxe, the other major 3DS release in May following Mario Golf: World Tour. This platformer packs a punch, both visually with the 3D turned on and in gameplay as Kirby's new fighting mechanics will have you furiously pounding away at enemies and bosses. Look out for our review and score next week.

My weekend will also be full of various indie games and downloadables like Child of Light and hopefully something unique I've missed in the past few months. If I happen to get on my consoles, I might play a little Garden Warfare or inFamous: Second Son to continue chasing the Paper Trail. But tell us,

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