We are in the first week of August which means one more month until the big fall games start releasing; however, it’s a good week for Picross fans.
As we end off July, a shotgun burst of games arrives at both retail and eshop. Franchises that we thought would never get new entries are finally here this week.
In a week after last week’s Zelda remaster, it is a calm one. Independent games can shine this week.
This week is pretty quiet; however, we have a game from Nintendo that’s old, but is new again. Some would call it a LEGENDary game from 2011.
Hopefully, everyone had a safe Fourth of July! As we move into July, we will get the influx of games that had their release dates announced many months ago.
We have a pretty packed week as we end off June. From visual novels to games about zombies and aliens, there’s a lot for everyone.
With E3 now over, we are back to our normal output of games. So normal, that retail is getting packed this week.
As of writing this, we are on day 3 of 4 for E3 2021. As you can imagine, it is a pretty quiet week for game releases.
Since E3 2021 begins this Saturday, this week is pretty light. The retail front only has Game Builder Garage, the second Nintendo-published game of June.
As we head into the first week of June, we have our first Nintendo-published game of the month and it’s based on a very unexpected license.
As end off May, we have a very crowded week. The count for this week may be around 40.
Let’s keep the train of video games chugging along for May. Nintendo is even publishing another game for the month.
This is a big week for Nintendo enthusiasts. Despite being an all-digital week, a Nintendo franchise will make its western debut.
Happy May! It looks to be a quiet week, especially with Golden Week in Japan. This week there is only one game at retail being Raiden IV x MIKADO remix.
As we end off April, this week is a pretty big one for revivals and we also have our first Nintendo-published game since late February.