New Video Games May 11th, 2014 - Borderlands 2, Minecraft, Men of War
Posted on Sunday, May 11 @ 14:41:15 Eastern by Daniel Bischoff
While we're going to start our E3 predictions this week and there are a few high profile reviews going live ahead of releases later this month, retail shelves may seem a little bare for gamers who keep up to date on the latest new video game releases:
Minecraft PlayStation 3 Edition | PS3 | Mojang | May 16th, 2014 | $19.99
Mojang's blocky crafting game gets boxed and set on store shelves for PlayStation 3 gamers everywhere this week. Be sure to check out our review.
Borderlands 2 | PS Vita | Gearbox Software | May 13th, 2014 | $39.96
The Borderlands experience gets shrunk down to size for PlayStation Vita owners looking to give their dual analog thumbsticks a work out on the bus or on a plane. We'll have impressions later this week.
Men of War: Assault Squad 2 | PC | 1C | May 15th, 2014 | $39.99
I have no clue what this game is about, but it looks like it takes inspiration from old wars with a variety of missions including tank combat and sniper stealth mechanics. The digital version cuts the price so look for it on your favorite digital download service.
Chronology | PC | osao games | May 12th, 2014
The Last Tinker: City of Colors | PC, Mac, Linux | Unity Games | May 12th, 2014 | $19.99
Gil reviewed this vibrantly painted indie game with a glowing review. The Last Tinker takes inspiration from Banjo Kazooie and Jak and Daxter, so platforming genre fanatics shouldn't hesitate to download via Steam.
Momento Mori 2 | PC | Bohemia Interactive | May 13th, 2014 | $19.99
Steam Squad | PC | Bretwalda Games | May 15th, 2014
Battleblock Theater | PC | The Behemoth | May 15th, 2014
One of my favorite games from last year finally makes the leap to PC where the community will be able to use Battleblock Theater's tight platforming controls and dense customization and level-building options to great effect. Be sure to read our review of the Xbox 360 version of Battleblock Theater.
Super Time Force | Xbox 360, Xbox One | Capybara Games | May 14th, 2014
This downloadable from the developers of Superbrothers and Critter Crunch gives players 30 lives to make it through a level. If you die you can rewind and try again or start a brand new attempt.
What are ya buyin'?
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