The LawBreakers Beta starts today for PC users at (June 30) at 9:30 PM IST / 9 AM PT / 5 PM BST. The game is a fun arena character based shooter, made by Cliffy B one of the creators of Gears of War, who also worked on Unreal Tournament. The open beta will run up until July 5th so a whole week of fun for people to try out LawBreakers.
Attack of the Radioactive Thing! Is the main draw here, being the new Zombies map, featuring a 1950’s spin with Zombies, keeping up with being the best content in these titles. Absolution also comes with four new maps: Fore, a large miniature golf course; Permafrost, a frozen city scape featuring tight-quarters gameplay; Bermuda, a shantytown created around a crashed ship; and Ember, a remake of the Resistance map from Modern Warfare 3.
Hyper Sentinel is a shoot ’em up retro-inspired game coming soon to Nintendo Switch. It’s posed to be a fun little indie to play on the go and on the big screen. Showing the ever growing support from indie studios for the Nintendo Switch.
“GoNNER is is a tough as hell procedurally-generated 2D platformer with roguelike elements, following the largely misunderstood and altruistic Ikk on a journey to cheer up his only friend in this world—a giant landbound whale named Sally—by searching for just the right trinket in the deep and dark places nearby. Available now on Nintendo Switch!”
PAC-MAN VS. has joined the already fantastic collection of games in NAMCO MUSEUM coming to Nintendo Switch on July 28th, 2017! It looks like an amazing collection of classic NAMCO games, I am so ready for it!
Five more Xbox 36o are now playable on Xbox One. This been a nice feature for Xbox users, and has even breathed some life into older titles such as Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Halo Reach, and Fallout 3. The new additions are Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Radiant Silvergun, Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII, Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando 3, and Cyber Troopers Virtual-On OT.
Inside and Limbo were both huge indie game hits, especially Limbo. Now on September 12th you can get a physical release of both titles together in the Inside / Limbo package. It will cost $29.99 and of course will also see a digital release. It is currently only coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will also see a release in Europe on September 15th for £19.99.
“Ghost Recon Wildlands’ free Tier 1 Mode update is now available on all platforms. This new endgame progression loop will put your Spec Ops skills to the test. Level up, upgrade your weapons, unlock rewards and get ready for a challenge like you’ve never seen before.”
“In Ghost Recon Wildlands, you decide how to take down the cartel. Watch now to see how you can customize your character’s appearance and gear, and use the Gunsmith to craft weapons to take on any enemy in any environment.”
Elite Dangerous has finally made it’s way to the PlayStation 4. You can get the Horizons season pass bundled with the main game as apart of the Commander’s Pack. As you know Elite Dangerous gives you an entire Galaxy to explore, do jobs for governments and factions, simply explore, do whatever you want to do.
The Rabbids have made their way into the Mushroom Kingdom, turning the world upside down. Mario and his friends must fight back and try to put the Mushroom Kingdom back to normal. Explore and Fight in strategic turn based action with party members like Mario, Yoshi, Rabbid Peach, and Rabbid Luigi. Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle comes only on Nintendo Switch on August 29th for $59.99.
“Build interstellar cityscapes, cultivate the land and keep the peace with our new radial control scheme built for home consoles. Enjoy the rich, deep simulation with the simplicity of using a controller. It’s never been easier to jump in and take control of the humanity’s future on an alien world.”
“Pre-order Aven Colony today to receive an additional sandbox map, Cerulean Vale, which allows you to explore its treacherous badlands and discover the remnants of an ancient seabed in this stunning new biome.”
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