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.
I hope you like zombies, because there’s a lot of opportunities for attacking zombies in the next week. On the road, in a dungeon, and in a war! You could also choose to get tactical or become a space detective.
As we inch ever closer to the summer months, there are bound to be a week or two that don’t offer much in the way of new games. This is one of them. At least we can get our hands on some new old Donkey Kong.
Giant robots and snow-covered landscapes are great science fiction, and we’re getting both of those in this week’s jam-packed lineup of games.
This week, two fathers will make their way to the PlayStation 4, while Switch-owning fathers will have to deal with the cardboard machinations of their children.
We spent a minute playing games last week, but this week we’ve got some new JRPGs to explore, VR experiences to stumble through, and sacrifices to make. Also, Owlboy.
After a week of cult fighting, we’ve got a slower, more contemplative week of new games coming down the pipe.
This week we’ve got Far Cry 5’s cult-fighting open world coming to lots of platforms and Outlast 2 being ported to the Switch. There’s other stuff, too.
Prepare to sail the Sea of Thieves and to experience the glory of a remastered Assassin’s Creed Rogue, which, uh, also has boats.
Surviving Mars is imminent, and so are remasters of classics like Devil May Cry and Burnout Paradise.
Scribblenauts Showdown looks like, uh, something.
The long awaited follow-up to FTL: Faster Than Light arrives this week and the timing couldn’t be better.
The first Metal Gear game since designer Hideo Kojima and publisher Konami split is imminent.
Everyone’s favorite button-mashing historical figures are back.
It’s a credit to how far video games have come that there are now so many of them worth remaking and updating.