The summer months are usually pretty chill when it comes to video game releases.
For some reason, there’s one specific day from this year that’s jam-packed with games: June 28. It’s pretty amazing to see just how many genres are being covered with each of the releases we’re here to make you aware of. There’s an insane anime brawler, a huge JRPG from a well known franchise, a new LEGO adventure and even a prison builder simulation. Prepare to have your backlog increase by a lot if all of these titles interest you. Who knew such a relaxing month could be a wallet abuser like the crazier gaming months in the fall?
Make sure you’re ready add any of these new games to collection. Be prepared for all the video games launching on June 28, 2016.
7 Days to Die (PS4, Xbox One)
The market for post-apocalyptic games is a bit crowded right now, but there’s always some quality releases that keep the genre intact. Telltale Games is going the publishing route right now and their 1st release is one of those games. 7 Days to Die is a survival RPG that challenges you to survive in a world ravaged by the undead. In order to thrive in such a violent world, you’ll need to develop your own fortress and defend it with all manners of traps. You won’t have to take on all those zombies alone, though. There’s a 2-player offline and online mode, so building and fighting can be a fun endeavor with an ally. 7 Days to Die provides another great game that focuses on survival instincts.
God Eater: Resurrection (PS4, PS Vita)
Bandai Namco has been giving owners of Sony’s consoles a wide variety of great titles that fill the role of other popular games. Pokemon fans got to fulfill their dreams of monster collecting/battling with Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth. And now, Monster Hunter fanatics will get to play a game that’s similar to its play style. That game is a title that was once an Japanese exclusive: God Eater: Resurrection. This console remake of God Eater Burst refines its behemoth battling gameplay with balance changes. One of the newest features is the “Predator Style,” which adds an extra ability to the “Devour” skill. You can go ahead and pre-order the August 30th launch of God Eater 2: Rage Burst and automatically get a digital code for God Eater: Resurrection, if you’d like.
Grand Kingdom (PS4, PS Vita)
If you emptied hours of your time into games like Final Fantasy Tactics and the Ogre Battle series, then Grand Kingdom should be right up your alley. This strategy RPG places you in the role of a mercenary who’s looking to discover what led to the fall of the Uldein Empire. The deep tactical combat will keep you spellbound as you fight through each and every epic battle. The 2D sprites harken back to the glory days of the genre, plus you’ll enjoy building up the ultimate army from 12 unique character classes. Grand Kingdom features intense offline and online skirmishes, so you can choose to go to war any way you choose.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven (PS4)
The fashionable and zany universe that exists within JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is such an acquired taste. For those of you who are enamored with the characters that make up the manga’s eccentric roster, this brawler should be high on your list. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven places a total of 4-players on a wide-open plane. You and your tag team partner will do battle with a rival team while utilizing Dual Combos, random stage elements and a wealth of cool solo maneuvers. Hirohiko Araki, the man behind this long-running anime, penned a storyline just for this animated fighter. So you all know that this brand new brawler has been created with love and is super genuine to the best of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure.
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens (PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC, PS Vita, 3DS)
The love for Star Wars is at an all-time high right now thanks to the release of the latest film. The Force Awakens made fans young and old hop right back into that galaxy far, far away. It should come as no surprise that the film’s expansive universe is getting the Lego treatment in video game form. Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens features the slapstick humor TT Games’ releases are known for. A few cool changes will be a part of this latest Lego game, such as varied options for Multi-Builds, new cover-based “Blaster Battles” and original missions that expand on the film’s plot. Star Wars fans should make sure they spend some time with this release.
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