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Darksiders II review for Wii U

If you already own the game, there's very little incentive to picking up the Wii U version of Darksiders 2, but if you've held off or never had the means to buy it until now, I highly recommend the purchase.

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Darksiders II review for Xbox 360, PS3, PC

Death rides on in the sequel to Darksiders, arriving this week for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. How does the highly anticipated follow-up stack up? Read the full review to find out!

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Darksiders 2 hands-on preview

"And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts – And I looked and behold, a pale horse – And his name that sat on him was Death – And Hell followed with him."

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Darksiders II "Death Comes for All" Gameplay trailer

Death really does come for us all, as this new Darksiders II trailer strives to point out. Check out all the new gameplay footage behind the link.

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Death shows off some skills in the latest Darksiders II screens

Death is approaching, and Darksiders II is finally coming soon. And to celebrate this event, THQ sent over a number of new screens showing off various aspects of the game. Take a look.

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Check out Death’s loot and skills in the new Darksiders II "Behind the Mask" video

Death (in videogame form) apparently isn't all that powerful, so even he is in the need of loot and a skills tree. Take a look at the latest developer video to learn more about the new features.

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Darksiders II delayed to August 2012

Darksiders II, probably one of THQ's most promising games of 2012, has officially suffered a bit of a delay. Initially disclosed in their most recent financial statements, THQ PR made it official this morning.

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Death springs eternal with a new Darksiders II trailer and screens

Death is a pretty busy guy, and THQ and Vigil Games want to highlight that a bit in the latest media for Darksiders II. Read on for a Death Eternal trailer and selection of screens.

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