Another week of new releases is upon us! I hope you're not broke.
After many months of furious debates, arguments, and colorful name calling, we can finally shut the hell up and just play (or not play) DmC: Devil May Cry. Dante's latest romp is a departure from the norm, and has been divisive enough to cause people to spontaneously combust! Our review is up, and we think the game is pretty amazing.
On top of this, we have yet another welcome expansion to Crusader Kings II, big game hunting in the latest Borderlands 2 DLC, a new free-to-play MMO based on the classic Wizardry series, Corpse Party for you Sony handheld lovers, and not one but two combos in the form of BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition and the PSN release of Angry Birds Trilogy.
What tickles your fancy this week?
Xbox 360: DmC: Devil May Cry, BioShock Ultimate Rapture Editon, Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt
PS3: DmC: Devil May Cry, BioShock Ultimate Rapture Editon, Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt
PC: Crusader Kings II: The Republic, Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt, Wizardry Online
PSN: Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, Angry Birds Trilogy
BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition (X360, PS3)
Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt (X360, PS3, PC)
Crusader Kings II: The Republic (Mac, PC)
Wizardry Online (PC)
Corpse Party: Book of Shadows (PSN)
Angry Birds Trilogy (PSN)
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