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This Week In Games 7.23.10

Sometimes being a kid is hard: Limbo

Microsoft Kinect finally gets a price. Is $150 too much to have your television watch you?

Julian Murdoch's MAME cabinet, Part 3.

Weird, nobody wanted this non-functioning, hand carved NES. Ebay.

Xbox Live Arcade's Summer of Arcade (try to ignore the "safe" rock) has kicked off with one of the most interesting small games in a while, Limbo.

American McGee still has it, whatever it is. Alice: Madness Returns teaser.

EA has announced Darkspore, a more focused looking spin-off of 2008's sprawling and less than stellar Spore.

The previously Britain-only Doctor Who adventure games are now available (exclusively) from Direct-2-Drive.

Here's a whole slew of Comic-con 2010 games coverage.

Also at Comic-con, a Dead Space 2 animated feature and graphic novel reveal.

Ron Gilbert's new weird game, Deathspank, is out this week on Xbox Live Arcade and PS3.

For all you stealth assassination fans out there, there's going to be a Hitman 5.

Eurogamer has put together an extended time lapse of Red Dead Redemption's stunning environments.

Goodbye, asshole.

StarCraft 2 is out this coming Tuesday, and Blizzard dropped this sweet trailer to celebrate.

Also, StarCraft 2 did not cost $100 million to make, Wall Street Journal. That was WoW (but holy shit!).

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