New video games out this week:
“Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens” The cute and clever Lego game take will of course be on display in this game, but the game also promises some exclusive story content bridging the gap between “Return of the Jedi” and “Force Awakens,” plus Blaster Battles and the option to pick from multiple build options while solving puzzles. Rated E-10+ for 10 and Older. $30-$70 in Standard and Deluxe Editions for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Sony PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS.
“The Technomancer.” A sci-fi, post-apocalyptic RPG set on a place called Red Planet. It feature in-depth crafting, multiple combat styles (oh, you’d better believe there’s combat) and lots of powerful “Technomancy” magic, as the name would imply. Rated M for Mature. $60 for Xbox One and PS4.
Also out this week: “”JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven” (PS4), “God Eater Resurrection” (PS4, PS Vita), “Grand Kingdom” (PS4, PS Vita), “Resident Evil 5” (PS4, Xbox One), “Terraria” (Wii U), “Zero Time Dilemma” (3DS, PS Vita), “Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness” (PS4), “Quatros Origins” (PC), “7 Days to Die” (PS4, Xbox One), “Prison Architect” (PS4, Xbox One), “Full Mojo Rampage” (PS4, Xbox One), “Abyss Cave” (PC), “Lost Sea” (Xbox One), “Inside” (Xbox One), “Riders of Icarus” (PC), “Without Memory” (PS4), “Candle” (PC), “Narcosis” (PC), “Mekazoo” (PS4, PC, Xbox One, Wii U), “Super Impossible Road” (PS4), “Thimbleweed Park” (Xbox One), “Noitu Love: Devolution” (3DS, Wii U).
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