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 Written by John Scalzo  on July 22, 2009

News: More Fall release dates for your gaming calendar.

Another trio of games that were previously scheduled for "Fall 2009" have been given firm release dates, including one of the PlayStation 3's most anticipated titles, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.

According to Kotaku, Sony has penciled the further adventures of Nathan Drake in for an October 13 release. The blog post also has details on the pre-order bonuses for the game available at four different retailers: - Exclusive Treasure Map
The exclusive Uncharted 2 Treasure Map allows players to discover hidden treasures throughout the game.

Best Buy - Exclusive Golden Guns
Add some bling to the Uncharted 2 multiplayer mode with a gold-plated Baretta and AK-47.

Game Crazy - Exclusive Currency Multiplier
The Uncharted 2 Currency Multiplier allows gamers to gain in-game currency and unlock bonuses faster than their opponents for a limited period.

GameStop - Exclusive first access to the Multiplayer Demo and the downloadable Revenge Attribute
The Revenge Attribute is one of the last boosters that you can unlock in the multiplayer campaign. This bonus allows you to unlock the "Revenge" booster right from the start of your multiplayer campaign. The demo will be available for pre-order customers on September 9. The general public will get a chance to try it on September 30.

Next up, Electronic Arts has confirmed the release date for the latest entry in the Need For Speed series, Need For Speed: Nitro. The game, which is in development for the DS and Wii, will be released on November 20. The arcade racer will include a ton of different control schemes such as the Wii Remote, Wii Remote + Nunchuk, racing wheel, Classic Controller or GameCube controller so that gamers can play the way they want.

Finally, EA has also confirmed that The Saboteur, a game based on the true story of an Irish race car driver who took on the Nazis, will be released for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on December 8. Not a typical World War II game, The Saboteur explores some of the more underground aspects of the European resistance:

Inspired by a true story, The Saboteur stars Sean Devlin, a street-tough Irish race car driver trapped behind enemy lines in 1940s Nazi-occupied France. Motivated by personal revenge, Sean fights, climbs, and races through open-world Paris, sneaking into the heart of the Nazi operations and sabotaging their every move. With the help of the French Resistance, the British intelligence, an arsenal of weaponry, street smarts and brawn, players will exact revenge on those who aim to destroy Sean's life. From derailing trains and blowing up zeppelins to scaling famous Parisian landmarks and more, this action hero uses a broad range of weapons, explosives and vehicles to get the job done.

We'll have more on all three of these titles soon.

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