there are a handful of games in July to keep us all busy like One Piece Unlimited World Red, Sniper Elite 3, Dynasty Warriors Gundam Reborn and The Last of Us.
Guilty Gear Xrd is set to bring the series into the new century. It’s been almost 6 years so you’d think the newest installment might feel rusty or jagged, but instead it feels like reuniting with an old friend.
Citizens of Earth seems like a fun little title and I’m glad to see it getting published soon.
Disney Infinity 2.0 Marvel Super Heroes will launch later this year for multiple platforms as a follow up or semi-sequel to the original Disney Infinity sensation.
Splattering your opponents is just as important as shooting in random directions thanks to the unique scoring system.
Hiccup, Toothless and the rest of the gang are available to play and we were able to capture some gameplay at E3.
The game feels great, like a mix of Halo and Borderlands, but still has some kinks to be worked out (more loot, longer enemy respawn timers, shorter grenade re-use timers, co-op tweaks, and MORE LOOT).
Hyrule Warriors is a potent cocktail of Legend of Zelda sensibilities and Dynasty Warriors gameplay.
If the first Bayonetta was turned up to 11, then this new installment is up to 15.
The entire gang is back again for the sequel including Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel), Toothless, Astrid, Fishlegs and many more.