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What Gamers Want for the Week of 1-18-16: New Video Game Releases

There is no shortage of new video game releases this week, but just because there are many options, doesn’t mean you must part ways with your cash.

The heavy hitters include Life is Strange: Limited Edition and Resident Evil 0, but neither offering is a brand new property as both are more or less re-releases. Although RE 0 now has HD visuals and the new Wesker Mode, so there are reasons to try it out. If you like the Homeworld franchise then you may want to check out Deserts of Kharak. There are also plenty of new Indie PC releases as usual to skim through.

Our Recommendation

If you missed Life is Strange when it was releases in episodes, then you may want to pick up the Limited Edition set. If you’re a die hard Resident Evil fan then you have the improved 0 to checkout, or the Origins Collection for the PS4 and Xbox One.

January 18, 2016 New Releases

  • Attractio – PC

January 19, 2016 New Releases

  • Darkest Dungeon – PC
  • Blade and Soul – PC
  • Life is Strange: Limited Edition – X1/PS4/PC
  • Resident Evil 0 – PC/X1/PS4/PS3
  • A Boy and His Blob – PC/X1/PS4
  • Klaus – PS4
  • Inside My Radio – PS4
  • Atelier Escha & Logy Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky – Vita
  • 5 Star Wrestling Regenisis – PS4
  • Croixleur Sigma – PS4
  • Dark Cloud 2 – PS4
  • Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee New ‘n’ Tasty! – Vita
  • The Deadly Tower of Monsters – PC
  • No One But You – PC
  • Resident Evil: Origins Collection – X1/PS4
  • Gemini Heroes Reborn – PC/X1
  • Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space  – PS4/X1

January 20, 2016 New Releases

  • Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak – PC
  • Sickness – PC
  • Marcus Level – PC
  • Electronic Super Joy – X1

January 21, 2016 New Releases

  • Crashlands – PC
  • The Rise of Chubton – PC
  • Bloxitivity – PC
  • The Minotaur – PC
  • Dinocide – PC

January 22, 2016 New Releases

  • Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam – 3DS
  • Death by Game Show – PC

 

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