It’s Sunday everyone, and you know what that means, it’s roundup time. In this weekly article, we put together everything worth mentioning that we didn’t get posted. We also link to everything we did on the web, whether on this site or one of the other places you can find us like YouTube or Twitch.
What we didn’t post:
A comic book style action adventure game where your choices branch through the story changing the outcome. You will follow Kveldulver, a berserker who is trying to reclaim an ancient artifact in an attempt to save the world. Danish developer Zaxis has created the “thread-of-life” which is a new system that will allow you to go back to any branching moment in the story and pick a different option to see what could have been.
Coming to Xbox One is developer SOEDESCO’s Monstrum which combines two genre’s which honestly feel as if they were meant for each other: rogue-like and horror. Monstrum will keep you on your toes time and time again with a procedurally generated environment. This means no playthrough will ever be the same, locations and monsters will always be different.
Remothered: Tormented Fathers
Meant to make you feel like you’re in a film this psychological horror thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat. As you play as Rosemary Read, a woman investigating the disappearance of a child, and must now determine who she can and can’t trust as the lines between good and evil become heavily clouded. Xbox One owners will be able to get scared starting July 25 for (and I’m guessing) around $19.99.
Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn
As if saving the world as NBA all-star giant Shaquille O’Neal wasn’t cool enough, developer Mad Dog has dropped a bombshell on us. If you purchase the game, you will get Shaq’s new single Big Diesel, and the just-released DLC Barack Fu: The Adventures of Birty Barry. Take control of former president Barack Obama as he whips America back into shape.
Atari is bringing Tempest into the HD era. Tempest 4000 will hit digital shelves July 17 and cost $29.99.
Here’s what we posted: