Meanwhile, Super Mario Bros Wonder appears to be bringing the same style of charming family-friendly 4-person multiplayer fun that 2013's outstanding Super Mario 3D World offered, but in a uniquely new, yet tried and true 2D setting. No matter which console you own, a Switch or a PS5 (or both), it seems like you've got something new you're going to want to try out. And for those without either, read on for a list of new hotness for you to play too.
Also out in the last 12 weeks, a new Sonic the Hedgehog title that seems to be not entirely unlike the new Super Mario Bros game; the first new Forza Motorsport title in 6 years, and a follow-up to the pretty groovy 2019 strategy title, Wargroove. Be greater. Together. Jump past the break to see more new releases from the last 84 days.
- (Marvel) Spider-Man 2 (Insomniac Games, 1 player, $69.99) (PS5)
- Super Mario Bros Wonder (Nintendo, 1-4 local players or 2-4 online, $59.99) (SW)
- Sonic Superstars (SEGA, 1-4 local players or 2-8 online, $59.99) (PS5, XSX, SW, PS4, XBO)
- Forza Motorsport (Turn 10, 1-24 online players, $69.99) (XSX)
- Wargroove 2 (Chucklefish, 1-4 local players or 2-4 online, $19.99) (SW, STM)
- Disgaea 7: Vows of the Virtueless (NIS, 1 player, $59.99) (PS5, SW, PS4, STM)
- Starfield (Bethesda, 1 player, $69.99) (XSX, STM)
- Baldur's Gate III (Larian Studios, 1 local player or 2-4 online, $59.99) (GOG, PS5, STM)
- Moving Out 2 (Team17, 1-4 local players or 2-4 online, $29.99) (PS5, XSX, SW, PS4, PS5, STM)
- Red Dead Redemption (Rockstar, 1 player, $49.99) (SW, PS4)
- Fallout 4 - Game of the Year Edition (Bethesda, 1 player, $39.99) (GOG)
- Quake II (id, 1-4 local players or 2-16 online, $9.99) (PS5, XSX, SW, PS4, XBO)