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Submitted by Jackhass 523d ago | article

5 Games You Want Coming Out This Week (June 17th – 24th)

Here's five games you're going to want to get your grubby thumbs on this week. (Dev, Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara, Hexodius, Industry, Muramasa Rebirth, New Super Luigi U, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

RankFTW  +   523d ago
Luigi for me.
Animavicion  +   523d ago
Muramasa: love the first for Wii, is one of the few reasons I want (and I will) buy a psvita

Hexodius: had not heard about of this game before, but it looks very funny.

Dracula 4: yeah, I love this type of games.

Dungeons & Dragons: arcade style game "Beat Em Up" from "capcom"?, just needs to be in an arcade. oh ... the good old days when "capcom" not throwing lots of dlc's.

New Super Luigi U: good dlc but... meh :-I but just me.
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Myst  +   523d ago
Well I got Dungeons and Dragons, and I may get Muramasa ( honestly forgot about it ) but I need to get TLOU first :/

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