Remember that time when we had to retreat to the dark dankness of the Moscow Metro in order to fight over the few remaining scraps of humanity? Good, because this week, a last light is our only hope for salvation. Look alive, it’s time for this week’s videogame releases.
If you love even one single thing from the 1980s, then you owe it to yourself to check out ‘FarCry 3: Blood Dragon’. That, along with what has to be the most anticipated PS Vita game by far, means that this week is stacked with misfit videogames not to be missed.
The ghost of 2009′s ‘Star Trek’ returns this week in game form with phasers set to maximum Pine & Quinto. Plus, sequels to games with significant fan bases pack the week with a great set of spring gaming options including Brock Sampson and Ash.
Take notice, comic book fans. This week sees Superman seize control in an act of injustice while Batman is forced to ally with some of his most villainous rogues. Meanwhile, fantasy RPGs take hold of the rest of this week’s videogame releases.
All of a sudden, the retail videogame release slate comes up snake eyes. Fortunately, one gem comes out of developmental limbo and onto the PlayStation ecosystem, and PC players can tread some new ground in the Far East. And of course, some re-releases and remakes help legitimize this week’s options.
The holiday weekend has had the unfortunate side effect of thinning out this week’s videogame releases. Yet this is the one week in recent memory when the 360 gets a must-own title. And just what is with that Syfy network game?
Sensation and controversy are front and center this week. The humanity of 1912 has lost its way among the clouds, while haunted houses and a doomed franchise fill out the sliver of space left for new videogame releases.
This week is packed with new videogames, and oddly enough the Wii U gets the bulk of the love. With Legos, Gears, DreamWorks, Capcom, Tecmo and the Dixon brothers all on tap, it’s almost like Good versus Licensed Evil.