New Releases and Sales for February 5, 2019

Last week saw the release of Kingdom Hearts 3, a day that no one thought would ever come. Weirdly enough, a week after a game that people waited on for over a decade released, Respawn, the developers of Titanfall, shadow dropped what might end up being the best game of the month. Besides that, this week also sees a game about pipes, an “epic” RPG, and some sort of cooking simulator about eating Gods… VIDEO GAMES! Also, if you’re new to the site, if you see something you’re interested in picking up, all you have to do is click the name of the game and you will be taken over to the PlayStation Store where you’ll be able to spend all of your hard earned cash on some games made by some hard-working people.

Apex Legends (Free!!!)

Did you know that if you type in Apex Legends Trailer into Youtube, a trailer in some sort of a gobbly goose language pops up? The impressive thing about Apex Legends is that you don’t need to be able to read this Rubix cube language to understand that Apex Legends is awesome. It’s free to play, it’s a lot of fun, oh and I before I forget, it’s made by the guys that made Titanfall 2 AKA one of the best FPS’s of all time.

AWAY: Journey to the Unexpected ($16.99)

Since being shown off during Kinda Funny’s 2018 showcase, Away has been one of the many indie games coming out this year that I’ve kept a close eye on. With one of the most beautiful art styles out there, if Away’s gameplay can match how great it looks, this could end up surprising a lot of people and much like Celeste did last year, wind up showing up on a lot of people’s game of the year lists.

Evoland Legendary Edition ($19.99)

Are you 30 or older? Have you been playing RPGs since the NES? Do you wish that there was a game that put every single RPG ever made into one title? Well, aren’t you in for a treat. Evoland is the indie game that appears to be doing the impossible. Move over Shovel Knight, with your tight gameplay and nostalgic graphics, Evoland has all the graphics, 8-bit, 16-bit, 64-bit… however many bits the PSone had. ALL THE BITS ARE IN THIS GAME!!! What the team at Shiro Games has attempted to accomplish is wildly impressive and they absolutely deserve your time.

Pipe Push Paradise ($8.79)

I little-known fact about me, I love pipe puzzles. I was a really dumb kid… and a not so smart adult, but for some reason, I was always good at pipe puzzles. So when I discovered there was a game coming to the PSN all about Pipe Puzzles, I felt like I was in a dream. It was like I had discovered my own personal… paradise. Unfortunately, this game doesn’t come out until Wednesday so I don’t know how much it’s going to cost but don’t worry because if you’re reading this on any other day than Tuesday, that will all be updated and none of what I’m writing will actually matter, in fact, if I’ve done my job there should be a big line going through all of this and if you click the title of the game on any day other than Tuesday, it should take you to the PlayStation Store and you should be able to buy the game.

God Eater 3 ($59.99)

I have no clue what God Eater is, and after watching a three and a half minute story trailer for God Eater 3, I can safely say I still have no idea what God Eater is. BUT if you’re into some anime ass anime, then this is a game for you. Unfortunately, much like the game about Pipes, this isn’t out yet. The game actually releases on February 8th. There is a demo though, so if what you see in the trailer above has piqued your interest, then click the name of the game up above and you will be taken to the PlayStation store where you’ll be able to download the demo.



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