Cel Damage is the sequel to Ubisoft’s Xbox 360 shooter, which was our 2012 choice for the most anticipated new games of 2012

We’ve even thrown in a few copies of Yakuza: Dead Souls and Berseria, and the list continues to grow. Can this be the beginning of a new era? But for hardcore action fans, these games are far from your standard fare. There are a ton of smaller, more tactical titles coming out this month – and many of them feature niche, under-the-radar interests – that will be the next-gen “first” for action fans, or at least cause casual fans to raise an eyebrow. Platform: PS3EU: September 20 Cel Damage — the sequel to Ubisoft’s Xbox 360 shooter — debuts on PlayStation 3 today, a day before the release of the PlayStation 4, and the two versions will feature four-player co-op and four-player local multiplayer. In our hands-on with the PS3 version, we praised the game’s graphics and customization options, as well as its ability to be played with a friend, and we thought the game’s free-roaming city was great fun. But the biggest selling point of the game is the online mode, which will let you drop in on any of three teams of four, playing solo or in a multi-player match. Cel Damage is the sequel to Ubisoft’s Xbox 360 shooter, which was our 2012 choice for the most anticipated new games of 2012. Image source Platform: PSPEU: September 18 In an age of gaming where every piece of a character is a plastic toy, what could possibly go wrong? Sony’s Gran Turismo HD is such a driving game that it’s hard to believe it’s actually coming out on a PlayStation handheld, but we’re not so sure. SD Gundam Automotive: Cyber Planet, the sequel to Gundam: Combat, is the latest entry in the series, and it’s a game that seems to have a lot of fans, including those who are driving fans. Gears of War 2, which launched last year, is coming to Vita this month, and we’re not sure how this will stack up with its Xbox 360 counterpart. Will this be a showpiece for Vita’s ability to handle fast-paced action games, or will it just be a confusing shooter with a ton of licensed cars? Gears of War 2, which launched last year, is coming to Vita this month, and we’re not sure how this will stack up with its Xbox 360 counterpart. Will this be a showpiece for Vita’s ability to handle fast-paced action games, or will it just be a confusing shooter with a ton of licensed cars? Gears of War 2, which launched last year, is coming to Vita this month, and we’re not sure how this will stack up with its Xbox 360 counterpart. Will this be a showpiece for Vita’s ability to handle fast-paced action games, or will it just be a confusing shooter with a ton of licensed cars? Platform: PS3, Vita, 360, PSN, 3DS, PCEU: September 17 This first season of The Walking Dead: Michonne doesn’t look that great, but at least its action is new and compelling. As the series returns to its horror roots, this time in comic book form, the first four issues will be collected in one big box set. The core story, which was convoluted in the show, will be in there with the extras, so we’re not worried. As long as we’re satisfied with the show, we won’t mind buying more. This first season of The Walking Dead: Michonne doesn’t look that great, but at least its action is new and compelling. As the series returns to its horror roots, this time in comic book form, the first four issues will be collected in one big box set. The core story, which was convoluted in the show, will be in there with the extras, so we’re not worried. As long as we’re satisfied with the show, we won’t mind buying more.