The desolate winter season of new releases continues. Without counting DLC, there are only three measly new releases.
Now that we're past the holiday season, we can start to look for an increase in both the quantity and quality of new releases.
Will the Dec. blues continue or could a release from a galaxy far far away have gamers yelling, "Ho, Ho, Ho"?
Hideo Kojima has resumed his favourite pastime- teasing fans about the existence of another "proper" Metal Gear Solid game.
Another pre-Christmas December week means another quiet and sparse week of releases. Unless you really like Mario Kart or SNES ports...
With many gamers just getting over the Thanksgiving glut, we find ourselves in the sleepy pre-christmas release doldrums.
With a solid release week including Skyward Sword and WWE '12, it's quite pleasant to smell what this week is cooking!
Another release week in November means another exciting week for gamers. Gamers of each major platform should be happy.
The first full week of November explodes onto the gaming scene as possibly the biggest release week of the year. Are you ready?
Halloween falls upon this release week but you would hardly know by its offerings.
Prepare for a Final Fantasy unlike anything you've ever seen... and that may not necessarily be a good thing.
The final full week of Oct. brings an innumerable number of releases anchored by the anticipated shooter Battlefield 3.
Holy Release Week Batman! The second week of October comes on a "BIFF! BAM! POW!" with the release of Batman Arkham City.
The second week of October soars in on the wings of Ace Combat Assault Horizon and the power of Forza Motorsport 4.
Dust off your PSP and PS3, kids. Chrono Trigger is back in town and it wants your undivided attention.