Raiden is getting his chance in the spotlight with Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, and despite that incredibly stupid title, Platinum Games is making this ninja game just as over-the-top and fun as I want it to be.
Most of the time, the surest sign of a waste of time is a licensed game. Whether it’s based on a TV show or movie, these games take someone else’s intellectual property and barely attempt to make it interactive.
This week, two huge games launch, a violent survival-horror and a kid-friendly action platformer. But as I mentioned before, the game industry focuses too much on the M-rated games. Therefore, it’s time to put an E10+-rated game in the spotlight.
Sure, it isn’t Tuesday, but that doesn’t stop new games from coming out. This time, your Nintendo 3DS eShop gets a little treat.
While today’s drop is not as big as yesterday, it brings a beautiful indie game to Xbox Live Arcade.
On Aug 13, the previously exclusive Xbox Live Arcade title Iron Brigade will launch as a digital download for PC players. When Iron Brigade launched on XBLA, it was known as Trenched, but due to trademark claims, Double Fine changed the name in a patch. Now that the new name is solidly trenched, it’s time for Iron Brigade to come to PCs.
In 007 Legends, Daniel Craig stars as James Bond, re-experiencing his missions of old and new. And as the game gets closer to its launch in mid October, players will want to check out the various pre-order bonuses announced.
After a solid showing on the PlayStation Network, Ratloop Asia’s Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken will finally be available for Steam users.
The EVO 2012′s official fighter game, King of Fighters XIII, is now on digital platforms PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.