This is a week of fishing games, beat ‘em ups, and Undertale on the Switch.
This week brings new games, from a new NBA 2k to the Switch port of Bastion.
This week we’ve got Spider-Man, Dragon Quest XI, a new Destiny 2 expansion, and a whole heap of other interesting games.
It’s another week in games, and we’re starting to move out of the summer doldrums and into more games than we can handle. Huzzah!
It’s another week of interesting new game releases, ports of classics, and sequels. We’ve even got Night Trap!
This week has some varied games, from JRPG throwbacks to MMO expansions, and as the summer goes on the releases are getting weirder and weirder.
This week’s offering of games puts Dead Cells on some new platforms, delivers the joy of Slam Land, and ports Monster Hunter to the PC.
This week has a lot of games coming to platforms where they were not before. 1979 Revolution: Black Friday makes many leaps, Forsaken gets a remaster, and Yakuza 0 comes to PC.
The great big update for No Man’s Sky is coming down the pipe alongside the Xbox One version of the game, and there’s also a heapin’ helping of other games you can enjoy arriving on a plenitude of platforms.
It feels like we’re right in the middle of summer, but lucky for you there are a lot of games to sink your teeth and time into coming out this week.
It’s very hot right now, so I guess it’s time for a hot week of games.
QUOTE | “Anyone who has ever said ‘this is the future and this part of gaming is dead’ has been proven wrong every single time. We like to try it all. For a long time we wanted to try a multiplayer game and we had this idea. We shouldn’t be afraid.” – Bethesda studio head Todd Howard on why games-as-a-service is not…
This week is the Fourth of July, which means outdoor activities, but if you’re stuck inside you might want to smash Mars apart with a big hammer or play some Switch games.
The game release cycle is back in the swing of things post-E3, and that means we’ve got Captain Spirit’s debut, a Ys game, and some excellent Switch ports.
Mario Tennis Aces week is upon us. Like many, I want to see my favorite Mushroom Kingdom friends absolutely annihilate a world tour of tennis players. But it’s not the only great thing coming out.
This week is E3, so the game offerings are slight, but it’s the perfect time to learn how to create your own dinosaur park.
If you like vampires in the middle of summer, then this week is a real treat for you.
This week has lots of indie games on many different platforms as well as the much-anticipated Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Edition.
There’s a wide variety of games out this week, from art puzzler Gorogoa to a set of Mega Man collections to the much-anticipated Dark Souls Remastered.
This week has a great mix of definitive editions and newcomers. Get ready to revisit your favorites and discover new games that you might, one day, yearn to be ported to your then-current favorite console.