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PlayStation's E3 2012 Spectacle Already In Effect - Nick's Gaming View Episode #69

Nick's Gaming View Episode #69

PlayStation’s Super Smash Bros. reproduction goes official, Sony’s Santa Monica studios to possibly announce first-person painter, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 becomes official with release date, and more.

Despite E3 2012 being just over a month away, Sony continues to announce one AAA exclusive after another. God of War Ascension, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, and now another release from one of Sony’s Santa Monica studios that I provide the inside scoop on after doing some digging. While June 5th is the first official day of E3 2012, with Sony’s E3 2012 press conference taking place on the 4th, I feel it is safe to say Sony has already began their spectacle leading into North America’s largest gaming event of the year.

Continuing with groundbreaking news within the industry, leaked pre-order cards from Target have reached the internet officially announcing Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 along with its official release date. While May 1st will be the date of Activision’s formal announcement, I provide you with the information I have obtained early to cure those with “CoD addiction”.

As with every episode, Nick’s Gaming View Episode #69 is filled with a line-up of content no gamer should miss out on, as who wants to be the uninformed gamer on the net? This is Nick’s Gaming View!

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