Leaked GameStop document rumors possible release dates for MGS: Rising, Tomb Raider, more

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 13 May 2011 15:14 GMT

A reported, and rumored internal document from GameStop store has been leaked onto the net, and it shows anticipated in-store dates for some rather large, as of yet undated titles.

The listings for May and June, posted through here, show dates that are already known, and bar some unforeseen calamity or publisher hissy fit, the dates are accurate. So, we’ll leave those well enough alone, but we should note that its is pleasing to know that Record of Agarest War Zero Limited Edition will be hitting on June 15.

However, October is where things start to get a bit juicy on the game release listings. As usual though, none of this is confirmed so take it as unconfirmed for the time being.

Here’s what we found interesting whether accurate or not:

  • Dead Rising 2: Off The Record – October 31
  • Aliens: Colonial Marines – November 12
  • Tomb Raider – December 13
  • Spider-Man: Edge of Time – December 31

The source of the document claimed that Square Enix confirmed the Tomb Raider date with GameStop over on the Tomb Raider forums.

Going into 2012, things get a bit vague, as the listing show Prototype 2 listed for a December 31, 2012 release, as well as Metal Gear Solid: Rising for November 12, 2012. Both titles are slated for release that year, so that much is accurate, but the PT2 date looks a bit off. The listing also has Final Fantasy XIII-2 down for a January 1 release.

Like we said, take these dates with a bit of skepticism, especially that Colonial Marines listing – unless of course Gearbox has some sort of surprise planned for the world at E3 next month.

Thanks: OXM, Random Prod Inc.

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