Nexon's free-to-play MMO is in open beta and set to launch in a few days. Also worth a look from recent weeks, "Catherine," "Bastion" and "Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet," among others.
It's another slow week for new games, but "World of Warcraft" has gone free-to-play up to level 20, and there are sales everywhere.
Here’s a look at what’s looking good this weekend, with an emphasis on new releases, sales or games that are otherwise relevant.
With "Duke Nukem Forever," "Alice: Madness Returns" and "Child of Eden" all hitting this week, we're getting three sequels to games that are more than 9 years old. I'm only recommending two of those sequels, however.
Publishers largely sat back during E3 week, with "Infamous 2" being the lone must-play release.
With the exception of off-road racing title "Dirt 3," it's a pretty slow week.
The big release this week is "L.A. Noire," but if you're playing on PC, you can't overlook "The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings."
The PlayStation Network came up Saturday evening/early Sunday, depending on where you live. So have at it! If you're not catching up with old favorites, here's what else is looking good for this weekend.
It's a slow week when the biggest new release can't even be played online.
It's a pretty slow week, with "Darkspore" on the PC looking for a good bet for fans of "Diablo"-style hack-and-slash. Just don't go in expecting an epic story.