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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Saw II: Flesh & Blood (360, PS3)

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow (360, PS3)

Amnesia: The Dark Descent (PC, Mac)

DeathSpank (XBLA, PSN)

Splatterhouse (360, PS3) November 23

Dead Rising 2 (360, PS3)

Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare (XBLA, PSN)

Dead Nation (PSN) Coming soon

Alan Wake DLC: The Writer (360)

Limbo (XBLA)

Saw II: Flesh & Blood (360, PS3)

The follow-up to last year's underrated thriller, Saw II has players scrambling in a race against time. The gritty environments, devilishly clever traps, and the Jigsaw killer all return.
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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow (360, PS3)

The Castlevania series makes its return to consoles in the first-ever third-person action game to come out of the franchise. Breathtaking visuals and over-the-top villains will have you wishing for the days of classic 2D side-scrolling Castlevania.
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Amnesia: The Dark Descent (PC, Mac)

Amnesia is one of the scariest games we've played in a very long time, with its disturbing visuals and mindblowing insanity effects. Available on either PC or Mac platforms, this is one game worth playing in the dark.
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DeathSpank (XBLA, PSN)

Not all Halloween games need to be terrifying. In the case of DeathSpank, the opposite is true. Though you'll be battling the ugliest of monsters and witches, DeathSpank's humor and appeal is closer to a Tim Burton film than anything else.
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Splatterhouse (360, PS3) November 23

This classic action-horror series is back as players assume the role of Rick, who must fight demons and other spawns from hell to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend.
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Dead Rising 2 (360, PS3)

You wanted more zombies, you got 'em. Dead Rising 2 features more zombies onscreen at once than any other game we've played this year. With the Las Vegas-inspired Fortune City as your backdrop, there are even more ways to rid the world of the undead.
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Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare (XBLA, PSN)

One of 2010's best games of the year just got a little creepier. In Undead Nightmare, a plague has struck the land, creating zombies of all kinds. The expansion pack adds on hours of gameplay in both single-player and multiplayer modes.
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Dead Nation (PSN) Coming soon

This apocolyptic horror game has you armed to the teeth fighting off horde after horde of zombies. Try to survive Dead Nation alone or with a friend in this nightmare developed by the same studio responsible for Super Stardust HD.
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Alan Wake DLC: The Writer (360)

Alan Wake surprised us this past May with its great story and unsettling atmosphere. The tale concludes with the second and final DLC pack for the game, titled "The Writer."
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Limbo (XBLA)

This summer brought us countless quality digital-only titles highlighted by the quiet break-out title Limbo. This dreary little adventure has a twisted side that had us jumping out of our chairs on numerous occasions.

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