Releases this week are: Titanfall for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, Dark Souls II for PS3 and Xbox 360, Atelier Escha and Logy:Alchemists of the Dusk Sky for PS3 , Yoshi’s New Island for 3DS, and Putty Squad for PS4.
Dark Souls II
Immerse yourself in an exciting role-playing game where you battle monsters, overcome incredible challenges and win stunning rewards for your efforts. Dark Souls 2 is the long-awaited sequel from the designers of Dark Souls, and the old-school game allows you to play alone or join your friends. The game invites you into an intense world that is powered by leaps graphics and special effects. Your senses will be assaulted during play, and you can struggle with vertigo, auditory hallucinations and acrophobia. The stunning environments throughout the game include labyrinths that are inhabited by deadly bosses who are after your life. After you make your way deeper in Dark Souls 2, you can customize your experience by finding special weapons and armor that is tailored to your unique playing style. With evolved multi-player features, Dark Souls II lets you challenge friends in online battles.
Atelier Escha and Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky
Magic, mystery and intrigue come together in a truly unique game play experience from Tecmo Koei. Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky is the tale of two characters who see the same world from a different perspective and offer game players to play the same game through a set of differing eyes. Join in and cast spells to try and subdue enemy forces and get your character through safely to the ultimate destination. Unlock your brain power and outsmart your enemy in one of the game’s many smooth and realistic fighting scenes. Whether you are taking the game on solo or you would like to play with a friend, Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky is a good choice for the game player who like action, adventure and intrigue in the game play experience.
Yoshi’s New Island
Yoshi lovers rejoice; Yoshi and Baby Mario are back in some all new adventures. Yoshi must lead the way in the adventure to rescue Baby Luigi, and he has the brand-new Eggdozers at his disposal to do it. Players can use the Eggdozers to help clear levels as Yoshi and Baby Mario make their way through the multiple levels of this engaging platformer. Solve the puzzles, find the collectables, and help Yoshi and Baby Mario rescue Baby Luigi.
Putty Squad is a game in which a player is controlling a formless blue blob whose task is to rescue putties in prison. The player can stretch his or her own putty in all sorts of ways. Stretching sideways will cover ground a lot faster, squashing flat allows the putty to pick-up items and absorb them, stretching upwards allows the putty to climb, it can inflate to allow it to float upwards or the putty can morph a fist to battle in an attack. The putty collects stars to increase the power of the attack. First, it increases the power of the punch, but further along in the game it allows him to throw bombs, electrocute the enemy and to blow darts. The star power goes down each time the putty gets hit by the enemy.