Video Game Releases: Valkyria Revolution, The Golf Club 2, Futurama & More
Take a look at five video games releasing the week of June 27.
Valkyria Azure Revolution. (Image: AFP Relax)
For PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC
From June 27 (January in Japan)
The story, strategy, and action dovetail in a game about fictional, Old World countries involved in emerging political and military crises; players take a squad of soldiers on a journey to win independence for their tiny republic.
The Golf Club 2
For PS4, XBO, WinPC
From June 27
This game and its predecessor may not have licensed courses but, then again, perhaps they don't really need them. Instead, there's a massive amount of user-created links from the playing community, a state-of-the-art course editor, multiplayer, and a career mode for those seeking progressive challenge.
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Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow
For Android, iOS
From June 29
Blending city management, exploration, combat and narrative adventure, this latest tie-in has been stuffed full with show references by the studio behind "Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff" and "Marvel Avengers Academy."
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
From June 30
Rebuilt from the ground up and repackaging the marsupial's PlayStation 1 action adventure tale for a modern console as he scrambles to prevent Dr Neo Cortex from taking over the world. Also contains tweaked save points, upgraded graphics, and the introduction of an alternative playable character, Crash's sister Coco.
Micro Machines World Series
For PS4, XBO and WinPC
From June 30
Original developer Codemasters returns to the license that helped make its name back in the early '90s, promising 12 players online and 4 players split-screen multiplayer, a mixture of mundane and unusual course backdrops, weapons, abilities, and car customization options.
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