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Final Fantasy XIII

If you're an RPG fan, then chances are high that you've been awaiting Final Fantasy XIII with bated breath. The genre-leading series is set to make its debut on the PlayStation 3 this year.

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In Pictures: MotorStorm 2

Sony has announced that MotorStorm 2 will feature monster trucks, 16-player online capabilities and much more.

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In Pictures: Mafia II

2K Games has promised that Mafia 2 will deliver Hollywood movie-style action and game play.

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New GTA IV Trailer hits!

Rockstar Games has released the fourth – and final – gameplay trailer for the hotly anticipated Grand Theft Auto IV.

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Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li

Adapting videogames for film is nothing new, in fact it seems to be an increasing trend. After seeing films like <i>Resident Evil</i> and <i>Doom</i>, many of us were left wondering why Hollywood continues to slaughter some of our favourite games. It looks like Street Fighter's back for round two, and this time focusing on Chun-Li.

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In Pictures: Indiana Jones

Set in 1939, Indiana Jones allows you to unravel the clues found in ancient artefacts spanning the globe.

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In Pictures: Fallout 3

Despair no more Fallout fans: after nearly a decade of inactivity, the nuclear winter is almost over!

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In Pictures: Wii Fit

Nintendo turns the living room into a fitness centre with Wii Fit and the Wii Balance Board.

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In Pictures: Alone in The Dark

The great-granddaddy of the Survival Horror genre has returned from the grave to terrify a whole new generation of gamers. With its unique television-inspired episodic structure and a plot penned by New York Times best-selling author Lorenzo Carcaterra, it is set to be the most exhilarating addition to the series yet. Regardless of what console you own there will be no escape; Alone in the Dark is slated for release on every major format, including Wii and PS2. Check out our slideshow for a sneak-peek at the game's nightmarish imagery.

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Army of Two in pictures

Army of Two is a third-person action game with a heavy emphasis on co-op play. Whether you recruit a buddy for the two-player mode, or enlist the help of an A.I comrade, the game is all about team work. Check out this slideshow for all the latest images.

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The Resident Evil 5 in Pictures

Just when you thought it was safe to switch on your console, the next chapter in Survival Horror is almost upon us. The Resident Evil series is finally lurching its way onto next-gen consoles, appearing exclusively on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Check out the following slideshow for all the latest screenshots (but lock your doors first!).

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