New video games out this week:
“Monster Hunter: World.” (Out Friday) Capcom’s “Monster Hunter” series returns with what the game’s developers are calling a huge open-world ecosystem that allows players to interact with environments and wildlife more seamlessly than in past games. It features drop-in multiplayer, gear crafting and transitions from one map to another without loading screens. Rated T for Teen. $60-$80 in Standard and Digital Deluxe Editions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
“Dragon Ball FighterZ.” (Out Friday) The creators of the popular “Guilty Gear” series bring this 2-D fighting franchise back to life with more refined anime-style graphics, 3-on-3 fights and what promises to be deep combo gameplay. Rated T for Teen. $60-$140 in Standard, Ultimate and CollectorZ Editions for PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC.
Also out this week: “Batman: The Enemy Within Episode 4” (Xbox One, PS4, PC, Mac, iOS, Android), “Grave Danger: The Ultimate Edition” (Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC, Mac, Linux), “Railway Empire” (PS4, Xbox One, PC), “Hidden Dragon Legend” (PC), “The Inpatient” (PS4), “ChromaGun” (Switch), “Iconoclasts” (PC, PS4, PlayStation Vita), “Lost Sphear” (PC, PS4, Switch), “Velocity 2X: Critical Mass Edition” (PS4, PS Vita), “Shu” (Switch), “The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human” (PS4), “Zwei: the Arges Adventure” (PC), “Celeste” (PC, Switch), “Dustoff Heli Rescue 2” (Switch), “ATOMIC: RunGunJumpGun” (Switch).
Here’s a trailer for “Monster Hunter: World”
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