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Gears of War 3

Marcus Fenix and company look to rid the world of alien hostiles once and for all. Addictive and engaging multiplayer modes complement this third iteration of one of the best-looking games available on the Xbox 360.

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RAGE is an amazing graphical achievement. The first-person shooter is set in the near future after an asteroid has left most of the planet scorched, mutated, and chaotic.


Batman Arkham City

The Dark Knight returns in the follow-up to one of the best superhero--let alone Batman games--ever made. This time, Batman must deal with Arkham City, a sectioned-off Gotham slum that now hundreds of criminals call home.

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Battlefield 3

If there's any game that has a chance to dethrone Modern Warfare as the best military shooter, it's Battlefield 3. Eye-popping visuals and ultrarealistic combat situations highlight the game's resume in addition to a multiplayer mode that should give Modern Warfare faithfuls a run for their money.


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

The world's most popular online military first-person shooter is back once again and the hype has never been greater. While we've seen tons of gameplay in regards to the game's impressive single-player campaign, the MW3 team has kept some new multiplayer features secret. We can't wait until Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3 go head to head this fall.

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Easily 2011's most anticipated RPG comes in the form of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. A vast land awaits players, who now have the ability to duel wield weapons and spells. A franchise known for its epic open-world format, Skyrim is larger than any other Elder Scrolls game before it.


Assassin’s Creed: Revelations

Revelations combines characters from every Assassin’s Creed game to date, spinning a tale that spans hundreds of years.


Dance Central 2

The breakout Kinect hit Dance Central will see a sequel this holiday season that will bring two-player dancing to the franchise for the first time ever.

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