Releases this week are: State of Decay for XBOX ONE, Omega Quintet for PS4, The Golf Club: Collector’s Edition for PS4.
State of Decay
Release Date: April 28, 2015 | Microsoft Studios | ESRB: M for Mature | XBOX ONE
State of Decay challenges players to survive a world occupied by zombies and other grotesque subhuman creatures. The plot of this game is taken straight out of a typical horror movie that builds with tremendous suspense and foreshadowing. The open world game play allows players tremendous flexibility in choosing different paths that lead to unique progression. From guard towers to workshops, there are plenty of structures that can be built as part of bases. Essential supplies like food and weapons must also be gathered and used wisely for hard times. Marcus Campbell, the main character in State of Decay, roams around a dangerous world that is threatened by an apocalypse brought on by the walking dead who have risen from the graveyards.
Release Date: April 28, 2015 | Idea Factory | ESRB: T for Teen | PS4
Omega Quintet combines elements of traditional RPG with Japanese anime. This game is also heavily influenced by a modern pop star culture as well as idol simulation. The main characters are known as the Verse Maidens. These beautiful young ladies take on the evil forces called The Beep. Consequently, battles occur between teenage girls and dragons or other mythical creatures. The Maidens can attack their enemies strategically by optimizing their real time group tactics. For example, it’s possible to surround the enemies and do surprise attacks. As each member of The Maidens get hit, she loses part of her wardrobe as well as the health meter. Omega Quintet also allows the girls to sing and use the power of music to hurt opponents.
The Golf Club: Collector’s Edition
Release Date: April 28, 2015 | Maximum Games | ESRB: E for Everyone | PS4
The Golf Club: Collector’s Edition features the all-new Greg Norman Course Designer, which allows players to create their own championship-style golf courses. The custom courses include realistic simulations of clubhouses and stunning landscapes that have everything from ponds and evergreen trees to bridges and steep hills. The game engine integrates weather conditions that influence play. With zero loading times in between holes, The Golf Club: Collector’s Edition provides a seamless and convenient way of playing golf on a virtual platform. In Season Mode, five different levels are available that provide progression in competition as on the real tours that lead to the PGA. With features such as shot modification, The Golf Club: Collector’s Edition allows players to take the perfect swing each time.
Note: The information compiled above is accurate at the time we published this story, but is subject to change.