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Summer Gaming Drought: It's Always Sunny On Mobile

Chris Buffa (Modojo): We can't believe it's already July, which is a nice way of saying, bring on the fall already. Like most years, summer is a video game wasteland. A few titles hit store shelves (this year, it's Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance and New Super Mario Bros. 2), but for the most part, consumers have slim pickings. At the end of the day, you don't want to find yourself debating whether to pick up movie licensed game X, or cookie cutter sports game Y, two situations many people fall into.

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BringingTheThunder1418d ago

a seventh asphalt?! thats like the 5th one in two years.