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You miss two weeks and like three games get announced. Then again, itâ€™s a week before E3 so when three games get announced youâ€™re still pretty clueless about a lot of them until AFTER the whole E3 thing happens.
Detroit was released last week and we didnâ€™t really have much to say about it. When only one of us has played it, it can be difficult to talk about given a game with so many choices can easily lead to spoilers without ever getting into the meat of the title. So we didnâ€™t say much.
Thereâ€™s thoughts we have on the new Battlefield, though to listen to the show youâ€™d only think we really cared about how the hell itâ€™s titled. Is it FIVE or is it V? Then thereâ€™s the quick thing about a new Assassinâ€™s Creed and itâ€™s just as quickly discussed on the show. Plus, Fallout. We give it a bit more time, but with any of these things the only thing we really know is that weâ€™ll know more about them all after E3. EAâ€™s big event will kick off just before the show next weekend, so weâ€™ll have some idea and plenty to talk about. Then, the week following that, weâ€™ll know a WHOLE lot more about everything else.