This Week’s Videogame Releases

March is going to be a great month for videogames, with loads of great franchises coming in like a lion. Kicking things off is Tomb Raider. Lara Croft’s return has been getting some great reviews and there’s just something comforting about having her back in the gaming world. MLB spring training is underway, so baseball fans will want to pick up MLB 13 The Show and MLB 2K13. Since my beloved Yankees are old and broken down, the videogame version of the team is probably the closest they’ll get to the world series. If you need to get your ninja on, then Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is your game of the week. Has a recent overdose of Twilight given you the urge to slay bloodsuckers? Thankfully, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Mirror Fate is here. Lastly, Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk will bring a smile to those of you that miss quirky Japanese RPGs with turn-based combat.

Any of you picking up new videogames this week?

Author: RPadTV

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3 thoughts on “This Week’s Videogame Releases”

  1. I was somewhat excited for Sim City 4. Then I saw the city size and started reading about all the bugs. Really the city size in conjunction with the no save and reload feature has killed it for me. Unfortunately decisions like those will hurt sales of the game and some jackass at EA will view it the wrong way.

    EA jacksass: “Nobody is buying the game? Kill it”

    totally ignoring the fact that taking a single player game and removing all single player aspects and creating The Sims again is not what ppl want. Oh well. Cities XL ftw.

  2. My wife really, REALLY wants me to get Tomb Raider on day one, but I have a pretty strict “no-$60-game” policy and her birthday already passed. It’s just crazy to think that in about three months this game will be $30 new anyway (just in time for my birthday). Patience pays. But yeah, eventually I am going to have to buy it and play it with/in front of her.

    Also, you have to check this out. It’s full of awesome:

    -M

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