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What Are You Playing? September 22nd, 2012

Posted on Saturday, September 22 @ 10:53:04 PST by

My weekend will be spent grinding away in Torchlight II for GameRevolution's review. Did you know you could click stuff and that the stuff you click will explode in a blast of blood and gold? That's basically Torchlight II, all the way through to the end. Of course it's not, I just haven't gotten there yet and I'm assuming.

I've also got a copy of Dead Or Alive 5 here. I tore it open earlier this week when I got it and have been slowly making my way through the game's story mode. Three different counters, a sizeable roster, high-fidelity character models, and more abound in Team Ninja's return to its fighting roots. Also breasts.

What are you playing?

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