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Games Out This Week March April 17th – April 23rd

April 20th, 2010 by

Games Out This Week

Games Out This Week April 17th – April 23rd

Dead to Rights: Retribution

Our protagonist awakens, covered in debris from a train wreck he managed to narrowly escape from. How did he get there? The game rewinds to earlier in the adventure, as our hero makes his way on a sordid journey towards the disastrous ride. Along the way, he’ll have to dispatch enemies, taking cover, mixing gun play and melee combat.

Nier

It’s the summer of 2049 and things aren’t going so well. The game’s main character, Nier, is saddled with a sick daughter, named Yonah, and some kind of evil book he implores her not to touch as he goes out to find food. Suffering isn’t limited to Nier and his daughter — the world at large is reeling from the effects of a pandemic. A cure was developed, but unfortunately that led to even more problems because its implementation somehow spawns even more powerful disease.
Monster Hunter: Tri

Monster Hunter Tri depicts an ecosystem where man co-exists with fantastic beasts that roam both the land and the sea. Featuring both online and offline cooperative modes, players can join online hunting parties with up to four players or play with two players on a single TV for select quests. Players also have the option to face Monster Hunter Tri’s quests as a single player experience accompanied by Cha-Cha, an AI hunting partner whose tracking and trapping skills will prove invaluable in the hunt.

As usual, check out the video and voice your opinion in the comment section.

Dead to Rights: Retribution
Formats: Xbox 360, PS3

Nier
Formats: Xbox 360, PS3

Monster Hunter: Tri

Formats: Wii

Release dates sourced from MCV and are accurate at time of writing

3 Responses to “Games Out This Week March April 17th – April 23rd”
  1. avatar xeroxeroxero says:

    Another superb video round up! Very juiced for Dead To Rights now, looks amazing!

  2. avatar Wayne Shayler says:

    Aha, the Monster Hunting returns. Roll on Friday.

  3. Been checking some reviews for Monster Hunter…. could this be my first Wii purchase?

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