80°
Submitted by rivithed 1421d ago | news

New game releases for week of March 13, 2011 (US)

A variety of new retail game releases arrive this week, including the anticipated Homefront, Yakuza 4, Okamiden and more. Super Mario All-Stars: Limited Edition is restocked after Nintendo completely sold out of its original production run. See pre-order deals noted for additional savings and bonus content. The best pre-order deal goes to OnLive’s on-demand game release of Homefront, where you can get a free OnLive MicroConsole ($99 value) and Metro 2033 game for pre-ordering (while it lasts!). (God Eater Burst, Homefront, Industry, Nintendo DS, PC, PS3, PSP, Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition, Wii, Xbox 360, Yakuza 4)

2fk  +   1421d ago
HOMEFRONT
insomnium2  +   1421d ago
Homefront might be a purchase and Y4 WILL be a purchase. Good week.
WetN00dle69  +   1421d ago
Yep Homefront it is.
HebrewHammer  +   1421d ago
Warriors: Legends of Troy has been M.I.A for 2 weeks now. Cmon!

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Assassin's Creed Unity Gangster Party Epic Fail

15m ago - Arno from Assassin's Creed Unity attempts to go all gangster and fails miserably in this hilariou... | PC
30°

Wot I Think: Dying Light Review | Rockpapershotgun

36m ago - RPS: Dying Light is the new zombie game from the creators of the original Dead Island. Adding pa... | PC
30°

Resident Evil HD Remaster Review I GoodGameHR

37m ago - Capcom showed everyone what it takes to create a stunning remaster and many years after the origi... | PC
40°

ScreamRide Achievements Revealed

38m ago - We're fortunate enough to have been provided the achievements for ScreamRide and have listed them... | Xbox 360
Ad

Check out the new Bloodborne Trailer

Now - Sony just released a new trailer of the upcoming PS4 exclusive by From Software and SCE Japan Studio. | Promoted post
30°

The Rise Of The Indie Generation

39m ago - Alex Hamilton: "I’m sitting, mouth agape, watching the credits of The Fall roll by. It’s a rare o... | Culture