The Download January 31st, 2013
Posted on Thursday, January 31 @ 15:58:39 Eastern by Daniel Bischoff
Time is running out. The multiplayer community for Skulls of the Shogun may not last as long as we'd all like. If you get in the game now, enjoy multiplayer and spread the good word. These strategy games need the backing of fans to live long entertaining lives. Let's get to the list:
Nintendo's heavyhitter this week is the release of Fire Emblem: Awakening. It's on store shelves, but you can also take this modern strategy epic with you wherever you go by downloading from the eShop. Joining Fire Emblem this week is...
Microsoft finally unleashes the undead stategy game not fit to sit on one platform. Are you a Windows Phone user? What about a Windows tablet? Ummm, a Windows PC? Maybe... I don't know.
If you need more on the newly added software for PlayStation platforms, PSLS's weekly PSN update is my source for The Download and you don't need to be a fanboy to visit.
Valve added several new games to their Steam shopfront this week, starting with Dungeonland and ending with Retrovirus. What's in between those two is anybody's guess.
I remain hopelessly addicted to Temple Run 2, so I once again bring you another auto-runner. This time, it's Adult Swim's iOS satire, Mole Escape. I wanted to find a running game that would help me increase my tilt ability, as that's what I've had the most trouble with in Temple Run 2.
Mole Escape actually directs you downwards, through the Earth's crust and into white hot, molten magma. There are tons of gems to collect, power-ups to use, and there's even a supersuit our escapee can use to avoid the judge even longer. Why there's a judge I'll never know, but Mole Escape is definitely worth your time, if only for pretty primary-colored graphics.
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