You thought you were safe, didn’t you? You thought because the busy holiday reaching its end and the year’s remaining games have finally made their way to store shelves that you could start saving up your hard-earned money again. What you failed to realize is this was only the beginning. Over the last few years, the months following the holiday season have become just as busy, and often busier, than the holiday season itself. Early 2013 is the new crazy, and boy does it look wonderful. Head past the break for a complete rundown of the games you can expect to see draining your wallet when 2013 rolls around.
Anarchy Reigns — January 8
DmC: Devil May Cry — January 15
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 — January 15
Painkiller Hell & Damnation — January 22
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch — January 22
The Cave — TBA January
Dead Space 3 — February 5
Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time — February 5
Aliens: Colonial Marines — February 12
Lollipop Chainsaw Valentine’s Edition — February 13
Crysis 3 — February 19
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance — February 19
Rayman Legends — February 26
Tomb Raider — March 5
SimCity — March 5
MLB 13 The Show — March 5
Castlevania Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate — March 5
StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm — March 12
God of War: Ascension — March 12
Gears of War: Judgment — March 19
Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel — March 26
BioShock Infinite — March 26
Fuse — TBA March
Devil’s Third — TBA March
Metro: Last Light — TBA March
Dead Island Riptide — April 23
Dark — April 26
The Last of Us — May 7
South Park: The Stick of Truth — May 14
Grand Theft Auto V – November 5
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