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It’s no secret that games release at an alarming rate these days. From AAA blockbusters to hard-hitting indie titles, there’s always a little something on the horizon for everyone.

As some publishers like to spread their offerings around differently based on region, it can be a pain to keep track of what’s coming out when and where. Thanks to the valiant efforts of’s own Dave, however, we’ve got you covered going forward.

Starting today, we’ll be keeping track of 2016’s notable releases with a simple little chart. It’ll let you know when to expect, say, Megadimension Neptunia in three unique regions and on what platform. We’ll even round up some of the stragglers that currently have no date attached to them but seem likely to launch this year.

As the list is fresh out of the digital oven, there’s bound to be a hiccup or two. If you encounter any weirdness, please politely yell at us via the Contact Form at the bottom of the page.

Click here to give it a whirl (or, in the future, just poke the tab up top called “2016 Release Schedule”). We hope it serves you well!

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