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The new video game releases for this week won’t wow you, but there are definitely a few that are worth considering adding to your collection. The heavy hitters are The Crew, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMix, Game of Thrones, and Captain Toad Treasure Tracker.

The Wii U and 3DS are getting two NES Remix titles this week too. PC releases include Guncraft, CubeZ, Neocolonialism, Lumino City, Potatoman Seeks the Troof, Myths of Orion, 1Quest, Dungeon Defenders II, and Ultraworld.

Finally, the Xbox 360 should see the release of Guncraft.

Our Recommendation

This could be another good week to just get caught up on your backlog, but if you must buy a new game you should set your sight’s on the Game of Thrones release by Telltale Games. This developer can do no wrong when it comes to story driven games, so there’s no doubt that its Game of Thrones series will be just as deep and emotional as its The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us titles. For nostalgia’s sake you should consider Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMix. If you only own a Wii U then you should think about Captain Toad Treasure Tracker.

December 1, 2014 New Releases

  • Guncraft – Xbox 360
  • CubeZ – PC
  • Neocolonialism – PC

December 2, 2014 New Releases

  • The Crew – Multiple
  • Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMix – PS3
  • Terraria – PS4/Xbox One
  • Game of Thrones – PS4/PC/Mac

December 3, 2014 New Releases

  • Game of Thrones – Xbox 360/Xbox One
  • Chivalry Medieval Warfare – Xbox 360
  • Lumino City – PC
  • Potatoman Seeks the Troof – PC
  • Myths of Orion – PC
  • 1Quest – PC

December 4, 2014 New Releases

  • Game of Thrones – iOS

December 5, 2014 New Releases

  • Dungeon Defenders II – PC
  • Captain Toad Treasure Tracker – Wii U
  • NES Remix Pack – Wii U
  • Ultimate NES Remix – 3DS
  • Ultraworld – PC

 

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