Happy first weekend of Summer, and it is a hot one! I hope you are able to get plenty of gaming in this weekend.
I will be playing some competitive Overwatch. The mode recently launched in Public Test Realm. I played a few games earlier and lost all 3. Hopefully I can win the last 7. Trails of Cold Steel will also be played and Tokyo Mirage Sessions just arrived in my mailbox today. I will probably play the first hour or so just to see how it is.
If you’re into fighting game tournaments, the big CEO tournament is happening in Orlando this weekend and it should be pretty good. Games like Street Fighter V, Super Smash Bros, MKX, Guilty Gear, and many more will all be featured.
That’s enough about me, what about you? What are you playing this weekend?
The third campaign will feature Specter Knight, a boss in the original Shovel Knight campaign. There is no word on when the DLC will be available, but Yacht Club Games says to expect it “sooner than the wait between Shovel Knight and Plague Knight.”
More DLC is in development as well. The King Knight, Body Swap, and Battle Mode will be available at some point in the future. All DLC will be 100% free.
We’re creating two new Shovel Knight campaign updates! Specter is cool and King Knight rules. Here he is in action! pic.twitter.com/tkIwxcA2Xy
The wait is almost over. Tokyo Mirage Session #FE drops next Friday. Nintendo released a new gameplay trailer today. It shows off some of the battle system along with a little bit of dungeon crawling, and some cut-scenes. Check it out below.
After a numerous delays, Mighty No. 9 will be released on June 21st, 2016 in North America and Asia. Worldwide on June 24th.
Mighty No. 9 has gone gold and Keiji Inafune says the game is in its final stages of development. He is also “sincerely sorry” for the wait. The release date is “set in stone and there will be no further delays for the game.”
Portable versions for the PS Vita and 3DS will arrive at a later date so if you were waiting for those ports, this news may still be a bit disappointing.
Shigero Miyamoto’s project guard, now known as Star Fox Guard, will come bundled with the game. Star Fox guard is basically a tower defense game with map sharing capabilities. Maps you create can be shared over the internet with friends and others around the world.
Star Fox Zero will also feature amiibo support that will unlock the retro Arwing for gameplay.
You can join Star Fox and company on another adventure to stop Andros in April 22nd, 2016.
The Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem game finally gets an English title and release date of June 26th.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is a JRPG is set in Japan and takes place around a huge pop idol concert. Voice acting will be in Japanese and will have English subtitles. Check out the announcement trailer above.
Star Wars fans will finally get a SW7 based game without having to spend a lot of money. *cough* Disney Infinity *cough cough.*
Lego has you covered as they revealed the next game in the ever growing Lego video game franchise is based on The Force Awakens. If you are a fan of the Lego games, then this should be a blast. Check out the trailer below.
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens drops June 28th, 2016 and will be available on every system imaginable: PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, PS Vita, WiiU, and 3DS.