New Game Releases: September 30th – October 6th, 2012 – Resident Evil 6, Leads The Way

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A new week is upon us and a new set of video games are heading our way. This week, Resident Evil 6 leads the way blessing both the PS3 and Xbox 360. Enjoy your week!

Xbox 360

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission

NBA 2K13

Remington’s Super Slam Hunting Ultimate Sportsman Challenge

Resident Evil 6

Resident Evil 6 Archives

Nights: Into Dreams (XBLA)

Sonic Adventure 2 (XBLA)

 

PlayStation 3

NBA 2K13 (Retail and PSN)

Remington’s Super Slam Hunting Ultimate Sportsman Challenge

Resident Evil 6 (Retail and PSN)

Resident Evil 6 Anthology

Nights: Into Dreams (PSN)

Sonic Adventure 2 (PSN)

Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 (PSN)

Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon (PS2 Classic)

Ruff Trigger (PS2 Classic)

 

PC

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission

Command and Conquer: Ultimate Collection

Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece

NBA 2K13

RAW: Realms of Ancient War

Remington’s Super Slam Hunting Ultimate Sportsman Challenge

War of the Roses

 

PlayStation Vita

New Little King’s Story (PSN)

PlayStation Vita 3G/Wi-Fi System Bundle (Canada Only)

40 or so PS1 Classics Added To The Vita Store – Includes FF8, FF9, Chrono Cross, Parasite Eve 1, Parasite Eve 2, Many Megaman games, Tomb Raider games, More

 

Nintendo 3DS

Art Academy: Lessons For Everyone! (Retail and eShop)

Crosswords Plus (Retail and eShop)

Academy: Chess Puzzles (eShop)

Cave Story (eShop)

Samurai G (eShop)

 

Nintendo DS

Academy: Chess Puzzles (DSiWare)

 

PlayStation Portable

NBA 2K13

 

Nintendo Wii

NBA 2K13

Remington’s Super Slam Hunting Ultimate Sportsman Challenge

Drop Zone: Under Fire (WiiWare)

 

iOS

Stunt Star: The Hollywood Years (iOS)

 

[via trendygamers]

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  • Steven Miller

    this is what gaming ‘journalism’ has come down to – copy & paste. good job

    • Stephen J.

      Hasn’t everything?

    • El Jefe

      What does it even matter? It’s information being passed through the web. If you a site doesn’t like it, then they shouldn’t be on the “internet” or N4G for that matter. There is something called copy and paste and something called using and crediting the original source. Which is exactly what has been done here (a formal credit), nothing wrong with that. How would you even change the format? It’s a simple game release list, move along already.

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