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Mass Effect 3. Need we say more? Well, with a strong month ahead - including new entries in franchises like Street Fighter, Resident Evil and Ninja Gaiden - you may find yourself tempted by more than just Commander Shepard’s final fight to save the galaxy. A look at all 40 of March’s biggest game releases…
You Don't Know Jack was a smart ass trivia game back in the '90s whose popularity peaked with a TV spinoff hosted by Paul Reubens in 2001. The TV show only lasted six episodes, but the game itself is still solid a decade later. After being away for many years, the smarmy rebirth of the series, which trades equally on high-brow and low-brow knowledge, returned to consoles back in February. Now it's on the iPhone and iPad, which means players can now be snarkily informed of their own stupidity while on the go...
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So if you're looking for the best fan service, most satisfying gore or greatest achievement in old-school kickassery in 2010, you've definitely come to the right celebration. Let's get it started…
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