Video Games for the Week of March 19th, 2019


PS4, Switch, & Xbox One


American Ninja Warrior
Have you wanted to be an American Ninja Warrior, but don’t have the physical prowess, or the ability to get on the show? Well now you can in the form of a video game. Compete through the iconic challenges, and compete to make it into the final four-stage course based off the Mt. Midoriyama course in Japan. Do you digitally have what it takes to become the next American Ninja Warrior?


PS4


Death’s Gambit
A 2D platformer, with RPG sprinkled in, Death’s Gambit takes you into a world where you play Death’s right hand. In the game you will be forced to challeng the undying gardians, and earn your place as the faithful servant of Death, so that you may be granted immortality.


The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II
Picking up where Trails of Cold Steel left off, a month after the conclusion of the prior game, see how the decisions of the prior game has changed Erebonia. Released with HD remastery, continue Rean’s journey. the game also features Turbo Mode to streamline gameplay, and Japanese dual-audio option which features 50% more lines of English voice-overs to the game.


Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
From the creators of Bloodborne and Dark Souls, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a vengeance filled action packed game. You are the “one-armed wolf”, a warrior that was disgraced and disfigured, but not dead yet. Seek vengeance against the Ashina clan, save the young lord, and regain your honor all within late 1500s Sengoku Japan.


SNK 40th Anniversary Collection
Are you a fan of Retro gaming? The SNK game collection has been re-released with modern retooling, allowing you to rewind, save throughout, and enjoy 1080p resolution. Check out the amazing collection of SNK games!


Zanki Zero: Last Beginning
From the creators of the Danganronpa series, comes Zanki Zero: Last Beginning. Explore a post-apocalyptic world through eight characters, fighting for survival. As the destructive world shifts, you are supposed to find out why, and how to move on past it.

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