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Simplify Your Shelves: Prepare for The New Releases of 2013 & The Next Generation of Gaming

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Spring is coming to an end and summer is right around the corner beginning on June 21st. As gamers and book junkies we know that when summer rolls around we can expect to see a ton of games –and books – start to hit the store shelves. However, for gamers with all the buzz surrounding the next generation of consoles, we have even more to look forward to. Some of the upcoming game releases include:







Resident Evil Revelations – May 21
Fast & Furious: Showdown – May 21
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes – May 21
Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes – May 22
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing – May 22
Call of Juarez: Gunslinger – May 22
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D   – May 24
Sniper Elite V2   – May 24
Fuse    – May 28
Grid 2  – May 28
Wargame: AirLand Battle – May 29
99 Spirits – May 30
The Denpa Men 2: Beyond The Waves – May 30







Remember Me  – June 4
Marvel Heroes – June 4
EVE Online: Odyssey – June 4
Animal Crossing: New Leaf – June 9
The Last of Us – June 14
Dark – June 14
Lego: Legends of Chima: Laval’s Journey – June 18
Company of Heroes 2 – June 25
Project X Zone  –  June 25
Muramasa Rebirth –  June 25
Deadpool – June 25
Ride to Hell: Retribution – June 25
Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep – June 25







NCAA Football 14 –July 9
Dynasty Warriors 8 – July 16
Time and Eternity – July 16
Shin Megami Tensei IV – July 16
Rune Factory 4 – July 16
Turbo: Super Stunt Squad – July 16







Pikmin 3 – August 4
Dragon’s Crown – August 6
Tales of Xillia  – August 6
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team – August 11
Disney Infinity – August 18
Saints Row IV – August 20
Splinter Cell Blacklist – August 20
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified – August 20
Lost Planet 3 –  August 27






Not only do we have new video games to look forward to but there is also the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), on June 11-13. This is where we will be introduced to everything involving the next generation of gaming. Now what can we do to prepare ourselves for the upcoming madness? If you are like me and you horde video games even from the 1980’s, then all you will probably do is rearrange your shelves and make room. For others who invest time in trading games for a little extra cash, you might be heading to your local gaming store (whichever one is your favorite) and sell your games and put the money towards a new blockbuster hit. On the other hand, you might try to de-clutter your overrun shelves by selling your games, CD’s and old movies online. You don’t have to leave the house and it’s a quick and simple way to make room without a lot of hassle.


But whatever direction you decide to take gamers, now is the time to get started. Don’t wait until the last-minute to get prepared. Simplify your shelves, trade your games to a friend, or sell them online and make some extra cash. Let me know what avenue you will take to get ready for the upcoming evolution of gaming.  As for me, I think it’s time for a bigger shelf.


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