(Gore) Our latest look at this PS4 exclusive open world zombie survival game highlights the game’s replayability. It’s largely thanks to the game’s dynamic weather, which provides different options and challenges for the same situations. Snow version here.
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Nyko announced numerous accessories for the Nintendo Switch at E3 2017, but the Portable Docking Kit stands out. It costs half as much as Nintendo’s dock and is way smaller as well. It even comes with an AC adapter and an HDMI cable. The downside? It doesn’t have USB ports.
Return to Strangereal and pilot the world’s most advanced fighters in Bandai Namco’s upcoming arcade action flight sim. The game will have local multiplayer and support for the PS4’s PlayStation VR headset, but it will also be released on Xbox One and Windows.
A remake of the 1991 Game Boy classic Metroid II: Return of Samus. Made for 3DS and 2DS systems, Metroid: Samus Returns overhauls the game’s graphics and adds new abilities including the ability to fire at any angle, a melee counter attack and new powers. Drops 9/17/17.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) Picking up immediately where the reboot left off, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus sees BJ Blazkowicz wake up to a nightmare: Nazi-occupied America. Wield futuristic weapons and new abilities in the name of freedom. Drops 10/27/17.
Agro! Return to the Forbidden Land and slay the colossi in this high-definition PlayStation 4 remaster of Team Ico’s action-adventure masterpiece. Play as Wander, a young man forced to hunt down gigantic creatures in order to revive a loved one. Drop 2018.
Everyone and everything wears Mario’s hat in what could be the killer app for the Switch – a massive 3D platformer with the kind of creative level design, innovative and fun gameplay that harkens back to the all-time Nintendo classic Super Mario 64. Drops 10/27/17.
Stern’s new machines feature imagery and sounds from the original trilogy. They have color-changing LEDS, and models of the Millennium Falcon and a TIE Fighter. Upgraded Limited and Premium models get two LCD screens, an exploding Death Star, and more.
We’ve waited far too long for the latest sequel to our favorite open-world sandbox shooter, but it looks like it’ll be worth the wait, as we’ll not only get to toss cars, but don mech suits, and destroy everything in sight. Coming to Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Windows PC on 11/7/17.