The batch of games that are new this week definitely will not be able to stack up to those of last, with last week bringing a lot of games and one of those being Batman: Arkham Knight made it stand above most this year by itself.
Even though it is the week before July 4th, we do still have some games worth checking out this week.
J-Stars Victory Vs+ is the latest in a previously Japanese exclusive series, bringing together your favorite Shonen anime characters together into one fighter. It is joined Tuesday by an updated Blazblue and the latest Hyperdimension Neptunia game.
The rest of the week is mostly littered with smaller titles, outside of Ar nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star for PS Vita with a very odd Thursday release, which is having a very limited retail release.
Check out the full list of new releases below of what you can expect to be released the week of June 28th through July 4th.
- Ted By Dawn (PC/Steam)
- Witches, Heroes, and Magic (PC/Steam)
- J-Stars Victory Vs+ (PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita)
- Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma Extend (Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3)
- Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation (PS Vita)
- Quiplash (Xbox One/Xbox Games Store, PlayStation 4/PSN, PlayStation 3/PSN, PC/Steam)
- Whispering Willows (PlayStation 4/PSN, PS Vita/PSN)
- Red Goddess: Inner World (PlayStation 4/PSN)
- Scrabble (PlayStation 4/PSN)
- Samurai Warriors Chronicles 3 (3DS/eShop, PS Vita/PSN)
- Arcade Archives Scramble (PlayStation 4/PSN)
- Devilry (PC/Steam)
- Poly Bridge (PC/Steam)
- ROGUS – Kingdom of the Lost Souls (PC/Steam)
- The Adventures of Mr. Bobley (PC/Steam)
- Colortone (PC/Steam)
- Gravity Core – Braintwisting Space Odyssey (PC/Steam)
- Scarab Tales (PC/Steam)
- Ar nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star (PS Vita)
- Anna’s Quest (PC/Steam)
- Energy Balance (PC/Steam)
- How to Survive: Third Person Standalone (PC/Steam)
- Subspace Continuum (PC/Steam)
- Unpossible (PC/Steam)