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The Week In Games: Praise The Sun

The Week In Games: Praise The Sun Am I using that right?I was fully prepared to go full-out Ratchet & Clank for this week’s The Week in Games header, but hopping into that game to grab a screenshot would have led to me playing for several hours and not doing this post at all.

The Week In Games: These Are Definitely Some Video Games Right Here

The Week In Games: These Are Definitely Some Video Games Right Here You know how most release weeks have one central peg, some highly-anticipated title that a person creating a list can latch onto?This week we’ve got a bunch of smaller titles.

The Week In Games: Show Biz Yakuza

The Week In Games: Show Biz Yakuza Some games just wanna have fun.If you don’t believe me, take a look at this.

The Week In Games: The Samurai Man Cometh

The Week In Games: The Samurai Man Cometh I say “finally” because Nioh, a game that felt like a samurai take on Souls, and in fact turned out to be basically exactly that, actually began its journey over a decade ago back in 2004.The game is based on an abandoned script by famed Japanese director Akira Kurosawa.

The Week In Games: Knight Simulator

The Week In Games: Knight Simulator Roses are red, violets are blue, please don’t move while I try and stab you.Or perhaps you’d prefer to snipe your way through a few dozen battalions as you try to assassinate a single target?

The Week In Games: Into The Night

The Week In Games: Into The Night The Nintendo Switch is less than two weeks away, but meanwhile here’s a bunch of games that aren’t Breath of the Wild.Enjoy the reprieve while you can, and be sure to check out some of the lovelier treasures nestled in the list below before the onslaught of March begins next week.

The Week In Games: Going In Blindfolded

The Week In Games: Going In Blindfolded Sunglasses are out, protective leather coverings are in.Only after the launch of a new console and two gigantic open-world games could a week that includes both Nier: Automata and the latest Ghost Recon feel like a break.

The Week In Games: Engage!

The Week In Games: Engage! It’s time to go where no VR has gone before.Dust off those headsets because we can finally plug in and check out on this reality in favor of one where the Enterprise exists and we can get off this trash heap of a planet once and for all.

The Week In Games: Titus Andromeda

The Week In Games: Titus Andromeda When things in this galaxy get too predictable, it’s time to pick up and lift off for another.Somehow, my instinct tells me bloodshed, destruction, and especially thinly veiled futuristic variants on traditional fire arms will follow us no matter where we go.

The Week In Games: Remixed For Your Enjoyment

The Week In Games: Remixed For Your Enjoyment Some places are worth returning to as often as possible on each new console.It seemed ridiculous at the time that Square Enix would team up with Disney to produce an action-RPG.

The Week In Games: Back To School

The Week In Games: Back To School It’s time to leave childish things like tower climbing, cyborg-dino slaying, and planet scanning behind and go hit the books.In case you weren’t feeling buried enough under the weight of all those open world RPGs, here’s another 100+ hour epic to eat away whatever remains of your time an sanity.

The Week In Games: Shiny Collectibles On The Horizon

The Week In Games: Shiny Collectibles On The Horizon Picking stuff up in games will never get old.or rings in Sonic, game developers learned a long time ago that we love grabbing stuff in games.

The Week In Games: Telltale Thanos

The Week In Games: Telltale Thanos Some weeks are deader than others.The Infinity Gauntlet arc’s only real game adaptation, Thanos finally got the pixelated-treatment he always deserved as the game’s main villain.

The Week In Games: Preying For More

The Week In Games: Preying For More It feels like only yesterday a giant open-world game was coming out every week.But alas here we are, inching towards the summer drought like a caterpillar in a cabbage patch.