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As the year slowly winds to a close, everyone is picking their games of the year and Time Magazine is no different. The venerable newsmag always has a few surprises in their year-end top ten, but not this year. Sticking to safe subjects, they awarded spots to Battlefield 3, Skyrim, Batman: Arkham City and other games that’ll grace countless GOTY lists this month. And their number one pick went to Minecraft, which I have a feeling will be this year’s big winner.
But why limit the conversation to just this year’s best games? Rockstar is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Grand Theft Auto III with a new mobile release and the answer to one of the franchise’s greatest mysteries: is Claude a mute?
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The Week in New Games…
- This Week’s Releases: Doctor Lautrec and the Forgotten Knights and more
- This Week’s PlayStation Network Update: Red Faction: Armageddon, Alice: Madness Returns, and more
- This Week’s XBLA Wednesday: Sonic CD and Joe Danger: Special Edition
- This Week’s Nintendo Download: Master Blaster: Enemy Below and more
- Next Week’s Releases: Star Wars: The Old Republic
Amazing Paperboy Delivers…
- Ninja Gaiden 3 (and its included Dead or Alive 5 demo) has been given a March 20 release date.
- Sega delays Anarchy Reigns. I guess apathy reigns in this case.
- The second half of Nintendo’s 3DS Ambassador program (the GBA games) is now available to download.
- Remedy has reannounced a PC release for Alan Wake.
- Someone’s going to give the Lollipop Chainsaw box art detention for being naughty.
- Sony hopes to cast a spell on PS3 owners next Spring with the Move-enabled Sorcery.
- Nintendo has revamped Club Nintendo and is now giving away free game downloads including Super Mario Kart.
- Briscoe, Benson, Cutter, McCoy, and more come together in Telltale’s Law & Order: Legacies.
- Nintendo dates dozens of first quarter games including Kid Icarus: Uprising and the Circle Pad Pro.
- Fumito Ueda, director of The Last Guardian, has left Sony Japan.
- THQ proclaims that “Death Lives” in the latest Darksiders II trailer.
Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon has set the record straight, NetherRealm is not putting the series on hiatus. Flawless news!