There are quite a few titles hitting this week. Regardless of your personal tastes, gamers are sure to find something to their liking in this listing of some of the games being released this coming week:
Bodycount for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3: The spiritual successor to the classic shooter Black, Bodycount puts an emphasis on not only filling your opponents with lead, but also anything and everything in the environment as well. The game give players numerous ways to play including a full single-player campaign as well as both competitive and cooperative multiplayer modes. A demo of the game is currently available on both the Xbox Live Marketplace and the PlayStation Network.
DeathSpank: The Baconing for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Netwwork: The third installment in the DeathSpank series brings brings players back to the twisted world created by Hothead Games. The game also marks the first installment in the series following the departure of series creator Ron Gilbert from the studio.
Driver Renegade 3D for Nintendo 3DS: The Driver series finally returns with an original installment for Nintendo’s 3D handheld. The new game will allow players to experience more than 100 missions and 50 customizable cars. The game will also support Nintendo’s new StreetPass feature which launched alongside the 3DS earlier this year.
James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes for Nintendo 3DS: A new puzzle game form Ubisoft, James noir’s Hollywood Crimes pits players in the middle of a 1960‘s television game show which will require them to solve puzzles in order to defeat a mysterious criminal mastermind.
Madden NFL 12 for PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, and Nintendo 3DS: Are you ready for some football? EA’s annual football series is back to coincide with the launch of the 2011 NFL season. The latest installment looks to integrate a slew of new features into the series including rule changes that coincide with the results of the recent NFL lockout, new collision system and animations, fully customizable playbooks, and the evolution of player traits as you progress through the game.
Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection: It sure took Warner Bros. a long time to both confirm the release of this title as well as roll it out to consoles and PC... rumors have been circulating regarding this game for well over a year. The new compilation includes the original arcade trilogy for the Mortal Kombat series: MK1, MK2, and Ultimate MK3. Each included game will include
Tropico 4 for PC and Xbox 360: El Presidente is back in the fourth installment of the long-running simulation series. The fourth game in the series Players will have access to 20 new buildings to create and manage their tropical paradise including the ability to create shopping malls.