+ Bayonetta 2 + Platforms: Wii U Bayonetta fights angels and demons while unraveling the mystery of an obscure deity called Sovereign. Supped up combat, awesome character designs, and a kick ass story. + Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow + Platforms: Wii U Another classic Castlevania Game Boy Advanced game re-release for Wii U. + Dreamfall Chapters + Platforms: PC The long awaited sequel to The Longest Journey and Dreamfall. The game will be released in chapters one by one starting this week. Longest Journey is famous for their detailed interesting stories and Dreamfall Chapters look stunning (card image). + Escape Goat 2 + Platforms: PlayStation 4 Puzzle platformed where you use machines and a friendly mouse to navigate through dungeons. + F1 2014 + Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC (Steam) Exactly what you’d expect, racing game based on the Formula One season. Allows players to customize their card and team and the graphics are really impressive. + Fantasy Life + Platforms: 3DS RPG open world lets you set out on your own adventure and live your digital life as you see fit. + Fluster Cluck + Platforms: PlayStation 4 A game about moving all the silly things like plot (no really, there’s no cut scenes, no princesses to save, not even much dialog). All you do for this cartoony drop-in game is grab some friends and GO! + Just Dance 2015 + Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One. Xbox 360, Wii U, Wii The latest in the successful Just Dance series featuring Happy (Pharrell Williams), Problem (Ariana Grande), The Fox (Ylvis), I Love it (Icona Pop), and Walk This Way (Aerosmith). + KORG DSN-12 + Platforms: Digital, 3DS Serious sound creation in a DJ-style interface. You can create a huge selection of music with the different effects and synthesizers. + The Legend of Korra + Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 Epic game to accompany the epic show Legend of Korra. You play as Avatar Korra battling villains from the first two seasons of the show with your mastery of bending arts. + Need for Speed Rivals: Complete Edition + Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 Action packed racing game with a ton of DLC options including luxury cards and feature packs. + Pier Solar and the Great Architects + Platforms: Wii U Turn based RPG with “state-of-the-art aesthetics” you follow the journey of your three heroes as they search for herbs to cure one of the character’s fathers from a mysterious illness. + Race the Sun + Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita Innovative mechanic, you play as a solar powered ship racing at break neck speeds into the sunset, you have to navigate around obstacles before the sun sets and you lose power. + Samurai Warriors 4 + Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita Forth in the SW series the mechanics are a little different. You choose two characters and can switch between them at any point mid fight. There’s also a ton of characters and new attacks to check out. + Shadow Warrior + Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One A “bold reimagining of the classic 3D Realms’ shooter’ Shadow Warrior features brute force firepower and precision sword techniques which is a new take on the classic FPS style. + Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse + Platforms: Wii U, 3DS Third in the Shantae series you play as a feisty pirate gaining new weapons and fighting monsters and epic bosses to advance on your quest! + Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth + Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux It’s got a lot of what you’d expect from a Civ game. You build cities, cultivate lands, and develop technology. What’s different though is it presents it as science fiction! You get to explore and colonize alien worlds with unique resources and enemies. It’s a fun take on a classic game. + The Voice + Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, Wii At last, a karaoke version of Just Dance or Guitar Hero, now you be a levels with the power of your voice! + The Walking Dead: Season Two + Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One Kick ass second game to accompany the show (based on the graphic novel) the choices you made in Season 1 and the 400 Days DLC will affect your decisions for Season 2, which is pretty cool integration. And don’t worry if you didn’t play 400 Days there’s pre-determined scenarios for the game too.