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Submitted by VirtualKatz 761d ago | article

Video Game Verdict: March 16 - March 30

Virtual Katz Writes: WOW! It’s Tuesday already? Man does the week fly by when there are a slew of titles to play and keeping us busy. Well, seeing that it’s launch day again, here we are with the Video Game Verdict to tell you whether you should Buy, Rent, or Leave this weeks titles. It has been a great month so far and this week doesn’t look to be anything different with major titles for just about every console (Sorry Vita). Bioshock Infinite, Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon, Tiger Woods 14, and Army of Two: Devil’s Cartel headline this weeks titles, so lets see what we have for titles this week. Before we get to the games though, lets meet our Tribunal. First, we have me of course, Aaron. Followed by Nick, Vivek, and Phillip. We’ll get to the lack of guests at the end. (Sad Face) (3DS, Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, BioShock: Infinite, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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