The eShop Releases are back once again with the first big Nintendo exclusive of 2019, Yoshi's Crafted World. A cardboard/craft-themed follow-up to 2015's wonderful yarn-focused installment, Yoshi's Woolly World, Crafted World looks to be every bit as charming and fun as its predecessor. It even brought back the greatly-appreciated local two-player option. Sounds like must-purchase material to us. Also out in the past 3 and a half months, a sequel to Inti Creates fantastic 2017 remake of the NES classic, Blaster Master; the decades long awaited arrival of Final Fantasy VII on a Nintendo system; and an incredibly awesome port of Sega's '80s arcade phenomenon, Out Run. A new Yoshi adventure unfolds! Jump past the break to see more new releases from the last 16 weeks.
The New Steam Releases are back. Sorry about the lengthy hiatus. We had a series of issues over the past several months but those are, hopefully, now a thing of the past. The last several months have seen a number of high profile games hit Steam, including 4 very noteworthy titles from Capcom: Resident Evil 2, Onimusha: Warlords, the Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle, and this week's own Devil May Cry 5. Sequel to the 2008 hit Devil May Cry 4, 5 finally resumes the story of Nero and Dante, and throws a new playable character into the mix as well. Word is that this is a worthy sequel so be prepared for some pretty satisfying action.
Also out in the past five months, Insomniac's previously Xbox exclusive action title, Sunset Overdrive; Irem's single greatest arcade release (as well as one of the finest shoot 'em ups) ever, R-Type (Dimensions); and one of the better entries in (Bandai) Namco's long-running Tales series, Tales of Vesperia. The Devil you know returns and it's gonna get crazy! Jump past the break to see more new releases from the last twenty-two weeks.
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