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E3 over, major title releases on the horizon part II

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This season will be a major one for console gamers as there will be more than a dozen epic titles released within the next eight months and here's the looks at the next half of games discussed in the previous article.

Dishonored (Oct. 9th, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC) will take gamers to Dunwall where technology and supernatural forces coexist. As a man who is framed for the assassination of the Empress, you must fight to strike down those who framed you and take back the honor you once had.

Medal of Honor Warfighter (Oct. 23rd, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC) will take players into a modern day warfare situation, where the war and conflict are located in today's Middle East. This will be the first Medal of Honor in two years.

Hitman: Absolution (Nov. 20th, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC) brings players back to the story and life of Agent 47. In the middle of an apparent conspiracy, Agent 47 must hunt those who started it and betrayed him in the first place, before his enemies succeed in finding and killing him.

Bioshock Infinite (Feb. 26th, 2013, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC) brings players to the floating sky-city of Columbia, where Booker DeWitt fights his way through the clouds to try and rescue Elizabeth, who has recently gone missing. Danger and peril awaits those who dare to take on the task of bringing Elizabeth back from the terrible grasp of evil.

Crysis 3 (Feb. 2013, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC) takes gamers to New York City in 2047, as they play as the character Prophet. The Cell Corporation has confided NYC to a dome of restriction. The Liberty Dome will be the vessel for Prophet's journey of revenge, as he will shoot and fight his way back to deliver the justice the Cell Corporation deserves.

SimCity (Feb. 2013 on PC) has been on a ten year hiatus from PC's everywhere, but this coming Feb. that wait will be over with the return of the always fun building simulation. The newly formed GlassBox Engine will provide an unmatched amount of depth and detail to SimCity. The introduction of a new multiplayer system will also provide people with a new experience that not only allows their decisions to influence their city, but also those nearby.

Tomb Raider (March 5th, 2013, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC) will tell the story of how Lara Croft came to be the gutsy, tough and fearless woman gamers know from previous installments. This will be the first Tomb Raider game in over four years.

There are more great games coming soon, but those were a handful of games from the incredible gaming lineup that is scheduled from now until spring of next year. Which games will you get your hands on first?

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