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Lost Planet 2 (360, PS3, PC)--May 11

Skate 3 (360, PS3)--May 11

Red Dead Redemption (360, PS3)--May 18

Alan Wake (360)--May 18

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (360, PS3, PSP, DS, Wii, PC)--May 18

Split/Second (360, PS3, PC)--May 18

Trauma Team (Wii)--May 18

Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii)--May 23

UFC Undisputed (360, PS3, PSP)--May 25

ModNation Racers (PS3)--May 25

Blur (360, PS3, PC)--May 25

Lost Planet 2 returns you to the planet EDN III 10 years after the events in the first Lost Planet game. Instead of a frozen-over tundra, the environment has gone through drastic changes, completely reshaping its surface.
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The third iteration of the most realistic skateboarding simulator is here, introducing brand-new tricks and challenges. In Skate 3, you're in charge of creating a skateboard company from scratch and hiring skaters to join the team. Online play is a huge element in the game, too, allowing you to create and share custom board parks.
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In Red Dead Redemption, you take on the role of John Marston, an ex-criminal who must hunt down his former partners in crime. The open world game thrusts you into the end of America's Wild West, where you'll travel via horseback and meet period characters along your way.
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Alan Wake is a psychological thriller that takes place in a small mountain town. Playing as Wake, you'll help him uncover a novel he can't remember writing and locate the whereabouts of his missing wife. Set up like a modern dramatic television series, Alan Wake promises a unique experience for gamers.
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The Forgotten Sands is a return to the puzzle-solving, sword-wielding Prince of Persia games of years past. This time around, the Prince harnesses the powers of the elements, using them to his advantage on his journey. Set to release alongside the movie adaptation of The Sands of Time, Prince of Persia fans are in for a treat this month.
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Split/Second takes action racing to a whole new level. Set within a TV reality show, the game allows you to trigger environmental chaos in order to take down fellow drivers. With various tracks and shortcuts, there's no way to experience the same race twice.
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Trauma Center fans have a new game in the series to be excited about. Trauma Team lets you take on multiple medical roles including general surgeon, diagnostician, emergency medical technician, orthopedic surgeon, endoscope technician, and more.
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The sequel to one of the Wii's best games, Super Mario Galaxy 2 features tons of new worlds and levels to explore, new power-ups, and everyone's favorite dinosaur, Yoshi!
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UFC fighting action returns in Undisputed, where players can customize their fighters and train them, ultimately going from the gym to the ring in an in-depth career mode.
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ModNation Racers features an incredibly detailed track designer that lets you create and share tracks on the PlayStation Network. Best described as what would result if LittleBigPlanet and Sim City went for a race, ModNation Racers is highly customizable and has a great sense of humor.
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Blur is an action racing game that gives players various weapons and power-ups to take down their fellow drivers. An already-impressive beta has proven to be a strong online multiplayer mode, so there's already a lot to be excited about.
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