Alto’s Odyssey, the follow-up to super-chill endless snowboarding game Alto’s Adventure, is launching for iOS devices on February 22 for $4.99. Originally scheduled for release last summer, the game was delayed in August as part of a sinister plot to make me cry.
Everyone’s favorite button-mashing historical figures are back.
Them’s Fightin’ Herds, the four-legged fighting game that started off as a My Little Pony fighter until Hasbro shut it down, is coming out on Steam February 22. Owners of BlazBlue Central Fiction, Guilty Gear Xrd Rev. 2 or Skullgirls 2nd Encore unlock items for the game’s lobbies. Not bad for what started off a fan…
It’s a credit to how far video games have come that there are now so many of them worth remaking and updating.
Square Enix’s fighting game joins the mix this week but not much else.
Winter is here, so it’s a great time to avoid the cold and curl up inside with some video games. Here are the biggest games coming out this winter.
BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is coming to PS4, Switch, and PC on June 5. Arc System Works’ fighting game currently has a revealed roster of 20 characters but plans to add 20 more, starting with Blake Belladonna from RWBY, through DLC. That’s outraged a number of fans although it’s unclear how it will all be priced.
After the first week of 2018 it’s still slim pickings looking ahead.
As we descend on the end of 2017 it’s time to take a moment and look back at all of the year’s great games. Fortunately, this week’s release schedule won’t distract you from doing that.
Nine Parchments, the pretty spell-casting action RPG set in the world of Frozenbyte’s Trine series, is coming to the PlayStation 4 on December 13. Make sure you play with other people. It’s easier to kill them that way.
Xeno is Greek for “foreigner,” though Xenoblade Chronicles 2 hardly seems like a stranger at this point.
They are still making these games.
Injustice 2 comes to PC on November 14 via Steam and the Windows store. Players eager to see how the superhero battles handle on PC hardware can download and play the open beta on Steam right now.
The speed demons are back.
Call of Duty gets the week (nearly) all to itself.
There are definitely some games coming out this week.
Switch owners are going to catch hell on November 10, when Doom makes its first appearance on a Nintendo console in ages. While it won’t run as fast as its console cousins, word is it’s just as smooth.