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DMC: Dante proves that getting dressed doesn’t have to be mundane (Video)

In a new trailer released by Capcom and Ninja Theory, the DMC reboot shows of it’s reality bending art direction and makes sure to placate fans by showing that Dante hasn’t lost any attitude.

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Ni No Kuni : Wrath Of The White Witch‘s new trailer and new launch window (Video)

One of the most highly anticipated Playstation 3 exclusive JRPG’s now has a new trailer and a new launch window. Developed by Level-5 and featuring animations and designs from the famed Ghibli studio’s, fans in the UK and NA regions can now expect to see the title launched sometime during Q1 of 2013. We ill keep you updated as more news arrives.

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SSX Review: Vertical Drop

For all intents and purposes, 2012 has been the year in which old franchises are revived for a new audience. So far, we’ve seen new entries in the Syndicate, Twisted Metal, and Kid Icarus franchises and now, the SSX franchise. Simply titled SSX, the newest entry in the series for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 stays true to its roots while giving both returning fans and new fans the next generation SSX experience they’ve been craving.

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New Max Payne 3 Screens showing dance of bullets!

We have some new screens from Max Payne 3, showing a the gunplay that the series is known for. To view click on the gallery below.

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Max Payne 3

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First released in 2001, with a sequel in 2003, Max Payne was known for a few things: it’s use of noir, its use of bullet time and its overall story line and voice work. Despite being a successful series, and even receiving a Hollywood movie, Max Payne fans have been eagerly anticipating the third game in the series for quite some time. Rewarding their patience, Rockstar has unveiled Max Payne 3 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. The third entry in the series capitalizes on the three strengths the franchise is known for, while being a good entry point for newcomers; Max Payne 3’s story is able to stand on its own without knowledge of the previous two games.

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