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Submitted by mcroddi 597d ago | opinion piece

Weekend Gaming 9/6/2013

onPause writes

It is Friday, and there is no better way to spend the weekend than playing a new release, or continuing a game that you’ve been playing for a while. Either way, it is time for Weekend Gaming. (Diablo III, PC, PS3, Rayman Legends, Rome: Total War 2, Xbox 360)

Speed-Racer  +   597d ago
Gotta check out total war 2
LackLuster  +   597d ago
Rayman Legends looks so polished and pretty
micromidgetmonkey  +   595d ago
Pity about how total war turned out, Rayman looks to be enjoyably nostalgic though.
Shoul  +   591d ago
I loved the Rayman demo. Amazing soundtrack.

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