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Saints Row IV’s Hail to the Chief Week begins with Animal Protection Act trailer

Apparently this week is Saint’s Row IV: Hail to the Chief week and they’ve kicked off the event with with a brand new piece of video legislation known as the Animal Protection Act.

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Saints Row IV Preview

[Saints Row IV] delivers open-world freedom with enough power to fuel even the most creative sociopath. Sure, it’s not A Game About Gangsters Anymore, but the end result plays well enough to make it easy to ignore that fact.

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Celebrate your Independence Day with this new Saints Row IV trailer

Saints Row IV continues to deliver with this homage filled Independence Day themed trailer for the impending August release.

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Saints Row IV trailer is full of drama

It makes sense that “the most dramatic Saint’s Row game ever” would get what appears to be one of the most over-the-top dramatic game trailers possibly ever created. A must watch.

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Metro: Last Light review for PC

It was cold in the tunnels, but we had to fight for our survival. PC gamers could not continue to live on console ports of games alone…

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Sacred Citadel review for XBLA, PSN

This side scrolling spin-off of the Sacred game series might win over some new fans.

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Dead Island: Riptide review for PC, Xbox 360, PS3

Thunder in Paradise, minus Hulk Hogan. Plus zombies.

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New Dead Island Riptide media shows some life

Dead Island Riptide, Deep Silver and Techland’s tropical, zombie-tastic sequel, appears to be coming along swimmingly as you can see from the latest batch of media.

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Summer Stars 2012 review for PS3, Xbox 360

The 2012 London Olympic Games may be over, but the fun still goes on.

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Risen 2: Dark Water review for PS3, Xbox 360

Risen 2 might not be the pirate RPG we’ve all been waiting for, but it’s certainly not devoid of a bit of old-school RPG charm. Still, some technical and system issues keep this from being a must-own game unless you’re a pretty big genre fan to begin with.

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