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New Game Releases: August 11th-17th, 2016

Conception II- Children of the Seven Stars

From Doom’s first DLC expansion, which adds maps, weapons, and equipment to the game’s multiplayer component to the re-release of a handful of Nintendo favorites, this week’s selection of new game releases extends a few notable offers. One trend that’s becoming increasingly common is the amount of attractive titles destined for PC, with No Man’s Sky, Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars, and Monsters and Monocles all making their way onto Steam.

Header image: Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars, PC

PlayStation 4
2064: Read Only Memories – Citizens of Neo SF (PSN, $TBA)
AdVenture Capitalist (PSN, free to play)
Among the Sleep (retail, $19.99)
Bound (PSN, $19.99)
Doom: Unto the Evil (PSN, DLC, $14.99)
Uno (PSN, $TBA)

Wii U
360 Breakout (eShop, $7.00)
Mario Sports Mix (eShop, $19.99)
Surfin’ Sam – Attack of the Aqualites (eShop, $TBA)
Tadpole Treble (eShop, $9.99)
Wave Race 64 (eShop, Virtual Console, $9.99)

Xbox One
Doom: Unto the Evil (XGS, DLC, $14.99)
Uno (XGS, $TBA)

3DS
Ambition of the Slimes (eShop, $5.00)
Mega Man X (eShop, Virtual Console, $7.99)

PC
8-Bit Hordes ($TBA)
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars ($TBA)
Copy Kitty ($8.99)
Doom: Unto the Evil (DLC, $14.99)
Enigmatis 3: The Shadow of Karkhala ($5.99)
Fabric ($TBA)
Genius Greedy Mouse ($TBA)
LooWarVR ($3.99)
Occhio ($4.49)
Monsters and Monocles ($TBA)
Momentum ($TBA)
No Man’s Sky ($59.99)
Pylon Rogue ($TBA)
Reigns ($2.99)
Rogue Contracts: Syndicate ($6.79)
Space Jones VR ($15.99)
Super Star ($7.19)
Uno ($TBA)

Robert’s Pick: Beyond picking up the PC version of No Man’s Sky, I have my eye on an indie title, Masaya Takahashi’s Ambition of the Slimes. Drawing obvious inspiration from quintessential strategy role-playing games like Fire Emblem, Final Fantasy Tactics, and Tactics Ogre, the game’s gelatinous combats have one alluring advantage- if they slide down the throat of enemies they can take over their physical form. Originally released as a mobile title, Slimes could be worth your time if publisher Circle Entertainment removed the game’s largely superfluous in-app purchases.

Ambition of the Slimes

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