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Silly Season Part 2

January 4th, 2013 by

It’s that time of year again. The one when all game releases are squashed into a few short weeks.  This year has certainly flown in, it feels like I was only writing about Silly Season 2012 two months ago. What do you mean it was only two months ago? You’re kidding me, December was just a mid-season break? I thought those things were reserved for American TV Shows.

After writing the original Silly Season article – and thinking that it ended on a massive high with the release of Far Cry 3 – my wallet let out a small but audible whimper when I realised that, in a change from the norm, the Silly Season continues after the festive season ends

So without further ado, here is the confirmed release schedule for Silly Season Part 2

Week ending 11th January

Anarchy Reigns (PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360)

Ninja Gaiden 3 (Wii U)

Week ending 18th January

DMC: Devil May Cry (PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360)

SiNG Party (Wii U)

Week ending 25th January

Strike Suit Zero (PC)

Ni No Kuno: Wrath of the White Witch (PlayStation 3)

Week ending 1st February

No confirmed releases at the current time

Week ending 8th February

Scribblenauts Unlimited (3DS / Wii U)

Dead Space 3 (PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 / PC)

Week ending  15th February

Aliens: Colonial Marines (PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 / Wii U / PC)

DARK (Xbox 360 / PC)

Week ending 22nd February

Metal Gear Solid: Rising (PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360)

Crysis 3 (PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360)

Week ending 1st March

Rayman Legends (Wii U)

Week ending 8th March

Tomb Raider (PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 / PC)

Week ending 15th March

God of War: Ascension (PlayStation 3)

Star Craft 2: Heart of the Swarm (PC)

Week ending 22nd March

Gears of War: Judgement (Xbox 360)

Week ending 29th March

Bioshock Infinite (PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 / PC)

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel (PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 / PC)

Again, I stress this is only the confirmed release dates and does not include the titles that have a current release date of Quarter 1, Spring 2013, or an expected month of release.  To put this in perspective; at the time of writing there is not a single Vita game with a confirmed date of release and only a single 3DS game.  This will surely be amended as we move forward into the year.

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2 Responses to “Silly Season Part 2”
  1. avatar Derek "Digi" McRoberts says:

    my wallet just let out a torturous scream.

    At least one of the games mentioned each month is on my watch list. (NiNoKuni, Dead Space 3, Aliens : CM, Tomb Raider, Gears of War : Judgement), and at least half are already on pre-order.

  2. avatar Type40_Dashboxer says:

    No Bioshock Digi? That and Tomb Raider for me. And probably Dead Space 3 – but the last one got discounted heavily a fortnight after release and I don’t want to get stung again.

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