Duke Nukem, At Last

Well, we're not impressed by what we've seen so far of Duke Nukem: Forever, but there is something to be said for this game finally hitting shelves after a torturous 14-year development. Other titles out this week include Child of Eden and Alice: Madness Returns. Seven days from now, Ocarina of Time's long awaited remake hits the 3DS.

Monday

Wii Play: Motion (Wii)

Tuesday

Alice: Madness Returns (PC, PS3, 360) — The sequel to American McGee's Alice, a 2000 PC game, sees Alice freed from the asylum but still battling her memories and struggling for her sanity.

Child of Eden (360) — This Kinect enabled, synesthetic shooter comes to us from Tetsuya Mizuguchi, best known as the mind behind Rez. This game is its sequel.

Duke Nukem Forever (PC, PS3, 360) — What more can be said for this game? The long, ridiculous 14-year saga of this game's development at last concludes. Now the Cubs need to win the World Series.

Also: Balloon Pop 2 (3DS); Cubic Ninja (3DS); Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection (3DS); Transformers: Dark of the Moon (PS3, 360); Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Stealth Force Edition) (3DS, Wii); Transformers: Dark of the Moon — Autobots (DS); Transformers: Dark of the Moon — Decepticons (DS); Record of Agarest War Zero (PS3, 360); Hyper Fighters (Wii)

Friday

American McGee's Alice (PSN, XBLA)

Looking Ahead

June 19: The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time 3D. June 21: F.E.A.R. 3. June 28: Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition. July 12: NCAA Football 12. July 19: Call of Juarez: The Cartel July 26: Catherine; El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron.

What are you getting? What do you want? What are you looking forward to? Sound it off below, and at #twig.

Sources: Video Game Release Calendar; GameSpot; GameStop