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Submitted by Searcyboy20 449d ago | article

New Releases For The Month Of July

The Tyuno Project: "What’s going on gamers! The summer season is finally here. It’s too hot to go outside so why not just stay in, crank up the A/C and play some new video games. Check out the games that are coming out in the month of July." (Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection, NCAA football 14, PC, PS3, Shin Megami Tensei 4, Xbox 360)

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NBT91  +   449d ago
MGS collection? ssrsly how many times does Kojima want us to buy the same games? I'll pass, at least for now.
Not a lot else going on by the looks of it.
Geovanny  +   448d ago
Wow, never heard of Time and Eternity. Game needs some hype.
USEYOURFIST  +   448d ago
me either, your comment made me check it out and coincidently its the sort of game i like and its out here (UK) today, so thanks lol

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