Looking for something new to play? Check out these latest releases:
- Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut (PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U) – $29.99
While Human Revolution is a tad bit old, it doesn’t make it any less great. It’s even better now, thanks to the inclusion of “The Missing Link” DLC and Tong’s rescue mission, pre-order and bonus weapons, a 45-minute “making of” documentary, as well as various small improvements, such as reworked boss battles. The Wii U version (in addition to the PS Vita, and Xbox Smartglass) also gets the added bonus of working as a menu interface, making switching equipment and using maps that much easier.
- Defense Technica (PC) – $14.99
Tower defense fans rejoice. Kuno Interactive’s Defense Technica is the latest title in the genre where players defend cores from biomechanical and mechanical foes with upgradeable defensive units. The twist, however, is that weather, enemy paths and terrain alter depending on how the battle goes.
- Enslaved: Journey to the West Premimum Edition (PC, PS3) – $19.99
In this re-release of the critically acclaimed action-adventure from developer’s Ninja Theory (Heavenly Sword, DmC: Devil may Cry), we get the DLC “Pigsy’s Perfect 10” and new character skins, such as Ninja Monkey, Classic Monkey, and Sexy Trip. It also brings Big Picture Mode, acheivements, and Cloud Saves for the Steam version.
- Forced (PC) – $11.99
This indie action-RPG tasks a group of up to four friends (0r one player, if you would prefer) with surviving waves of enemies and solving deadly puzzles. In addition, all players simultaneous control another character named Balfus, the mentor of the ragtag group of gladiators.
- Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies (3DS) – $29.99
The latest entry in the Phoenix Wright series, Dual Destinies brings forth 3D investigations, allowing players to peek at crime scenes from different angles and zoom in to find hidden evidence. Phoenix is also returning as the main character in the game, bringing along Apollo Justice and others for the ride.
- Batman: Arkham Origins (PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U) – $59.99
Batman’s latest adventure is also one of first, as he takes on the Black Mask and his deadly eight assassins. In addition to a new storyline and look, the game was also developed in-house by WB Montreal. Do they have what it takes to make a successful sequel?
- Wii Party U (Wii U) – $49.99
It’s party time! The Wii U casual game brings 80 mini-games, various party modes, and unique off-screen games, like tabletop games. As an added bonus, the game comes with a Wii Remote Plus controller and a Gamepad horizontal stand, preparing you to be party-ready.
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