This week, the most interesting release has to be Insomniac Games new title, Song of the Deep. A metroidvania style underwater adventure game, in Song of the Deep you play as a 12-year-old girl exploring oceanic depths in search of her missing father. The game is notable for being the first release produced by GameStop's new publishing division, GameTrust Games. GameStop is offering retail versions of the game exclusively in all of its stores.
Also out in the last four weeks, a new title in the now 20-year-old Star Ocean series, Keiji Inafune's spiritual successor to Megaman, and a brand-new version of Pac-Man. No depth too deep. Jump past the break to see more of this past month's new releases.
- Song of the Deep (Insomniac Games, 1 player, $14.99)
- Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness (Square Enix, 1 player, $59.99)
- Mighty No 9 (Comcept, 1-2 players, $19.99)
- Pac-Man 256 (Bandai Namco, 1-4 players, $4.99)
- Grand Kingdom (Nippon Ichi Software, 1 player, $49.99)
- Metal Slug Anthology (PS2) (SNK Playmore, 1-2 players, $19.99)
- Resident Evil 5 (Capcom, 1-4 players, $19.99)
- The Banner Saga 2 (Versus Evil, 1 player, $19.99)
- Steredenn (Plug In Digital, 1 player, $12.99)
- Videoball (Iron Galaxy, 1-6 players, $9.99)
- Furi (The Game Bakers, 1 player, $24.99)
- Assault Suit Leynos (Rising Star Games, 1 player, $19.99)