April Releases

It’s that time again, the long list of monthly releases. Things are getting exciting this month with a couple really exciting titles coming out, a couple game people have been waiting a long time to play. Myself included.

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Week of April 4th
Carnival Games: Monkey See Monkey Do

Week of April 11th
DanceDanceRevolution Bundle
Michael Jackson The Experience
Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga with Soundtrack CD
Man vs. Wild – I’m seriously confused about this. Will it be “Press A to squeeze the elephant dung to drink?”

Week of April 18th
History Great Battles Medieval
3 pack – Limbo, Trials HD, Splosion Man – If I remember correctly, all three of these games were 15 bucks a piece, so this deal is solid. Of course, things are just getting good.
Mortal Kombat – Seeing Mortal Kombat without a number after it was a little jarring. Normally, this would probably be a week-one purchase for me. Except for a little something coming out this week as well…
Portal 2 – Oh yeah, I know what I’ll be doing this week. CAN. NOT. WAIT.

Week of April 25th
Driver: San Francisco
Perfect Range Game Mat for Xbox 360 Kinect – This is not a game, I’m just surprised someone had come up with this idea earlier.

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Week of April 4th
Remington Super Slam Hunting: Alaska
Karaoke Revolution Glee: Volume 2 Bundle

Week of April 11th
Spongebob Squigglepants – uDraw
Spongebob Squigglepants – uDraw
Man vs. Wild – Yeah, I’m at a loss for words here. Seriously, what would you do in a Man vs. Wild video game?

Week of April 18th
Kore Gang
Conduit 2 – “I’ll take games I never thought would get a sequel for $800, Alex.”

Week of April 25th
Ultimate Battle of the Sexes
ExerBeat
Driver: San Francisco

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Week of April 4th
Match 3 Madness

Week of April 11th
Girls Only
TrackMania Turbo: Build to Race
Squinkies

Week of April 18th
Gem Quest: 4 Elements
Picture Puzzle Collection
Duke Nukem: Critical Mass

Week of April 25th
Dream Trigger 3D

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Week of April 4th
Rabbids Travel in Time
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 3D

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Week of April 4th
The Egyptian Trilogy
Shadow Harvest: Phantom Ops
Remington Super Slam Hunting: Alaska

Week of April 11th
Black Mirror 3: Final Fear
Deadly Secrets: Art Of Murder
Vampire Mansion – A Linda Hyde Mystery

Week of April 18th
Seek & Find Adventures 2
Hidden Mysteries: Notre Dame
Chronicles Of Mystery: The Legend of the Sacred Treasure
Chronicles of Mystery: Secret of the Lost Kingdom
Portal 2

Week of April 25th
Cargo: The Quest for Gravity
Darkspore – Limited Edition
IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover
Twisted Lands: Shadow Town – Bonus Edition
Driver: San Francisco

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Week of April 11th
Michael Jackson The Experience
Man vs. Wild
Rio

Week of April 18th
Portal 2
Mortal Kombat
SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy Seals – Man, it’s even worse for Play Station 3 owners! Three SOLID games in one week.
Prince of Persia Trilogy HD

Week of April 25th
Driver: San Francisco

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Week of April 11th
Patapon 3

Week of April 18th
Final Fantasy IV The Complete Collection

What are you picking up?

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Comments

  1. Man, month two and the 3DS is rockin’!

    (I want it to succeed.)

    • Yeah, I thought the same thing. One month out and all we get is Rabbids and Splinter Cell? The releases can only get better from here on out!

      • I have to say though, given the usual 6 month dry spell of good games that follows most system launches, I’m already very impressed with the 3DS line-up. I am really enjoying Pilotwings and Ghost Recon is a fantastic turn-based strategy.

  2. I want to play MK, but I’m not going to pay full price for it. Portal 2 is already preordered on Steam, so there’s that. And Patapon 3 will eventually be purchased, but given that I’ve barely touched the second game in the series, it can wait.

    Not bad, actually. The one game I’m getting this month is already paid off. Phew!

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