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Submitted by BigManFanelli 1240d ago | article

Hot Off The Grill: September 15th, 2012

After a week off for wedding wackiness (and a couple of extra days to get things back in order), there’s only four words to say. The Grill. Is. Back.

Every weekend, join GamerNode Senior Editor Jason Fanelli (with videographer Matt Boyle behind the camera) as he runs down the top gaming news stories from the previous week. Game announcements, developer quotes, major events: we’ll have it all. This is a one-stop shop of news sure to feed your hunger for what’s happening in gaming.

Last week I took a week off to get married to the most beautiful bride I’ve ever seen, and everything went swimmingly. However, the gaming industry does not sleep, and I am back to deliver the goods! Let’s Grill, baby! (Borderlands 2, New Super Mario Bros. U, Obsidian Entertainment, PS3, To the Moon, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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