New Game Tuesday, Games Releasing 9/17 - 9/23
Yes, this week's NGT includes a BUS SIMULATOR. Check it out all, this week is a little bit of a break of the constant deluge that is the September-November Fall/Holiday shopping season but this week does bring with it some big names. Zelda Link's Awakening Remake and Lego Jurassic World will excite Switch owners. Nino Kuni Remastered is also arriving.
"New Game Tuesday" showcases some major game releases from Tuesday to the following Monday. Scroll down to see if any of the major releases appeal to you!
1. the legend of Zelda: link's awakening
Release Date: 9/20
Platforms: Nintendo Switch
The remake of the Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening is coming to Nintendo Switch. This hotly anticipated game may just be what Zelda fans need. With Breath of the Wild 2 still years away this might be just what the doctor ordered. The game is a full remaster and reimagining of the 1993 Gameboy action adventure titled now with beautiful modern graphics and gameplay on Nintendo Switch.
2. ni no kuni wrath of the white this is a really long game title witch remastered
Release Date: 9/20
Platforms: PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch
Publisher: Bandai Namco
I never played Ni No Kuni back on the PS3 but it sure brings back memories. It came out during a time when I sold video games way back at Target and several of my friends were playing this. I remember how much they loved the original and I have friends now who I know will be excited to play this adventure again. It will also be hitting Nintendo's systems this time too.
3. Bus Simulator...
Release Date: 9/17
Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4
Developer: Stillalive Studios
Publisher: Astragon Entertainment
I have no words.
I know you came here for words...but I have no words.
All I can say is during my research for NGT, I came across Bus Simulator and laughed. I checked the calendar for April 1st and nope it is very much not April first. I turned and showed my friend Blake a picture, and he didn't think this was real either. So apparently, Bus Simulator has been available for quite some time on PC with regular updates. Now I already know about several simulators like "farming" that are kind of funny. But somehow Bus sim was just too much. Now, I am the first one to say how great it is that gaming can be so diverse and I am open to all video game genre's (excepts sports ball because nerd) but can it really be fun to just drive a bus around? I watched some videos, and Blake and I found an actual streamer streaming Bus Simulator 18 on pc. I looked at it further and it some what reminded me of some older truck sims I enjoyed when I was little and the ability to drive was a foreign alien concept still. When I was a child there was this appeal to a virtual open road that reminded me how this could be a peaceful type of game escape. Something to sit and relax in the simplicity of driving in open roads. Am I crazy that this maybe just maybe looks a little fun? Who's up for a quiet bus stream?
Look at this. This simply bus sim actually has the detail of diversity and accessibility built into the game. There's a wheelchair ramp and everything.
4. Lego jurassic world *Now on Switch*
Release Date: 9/17
Platforms: *New on Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC
Developer: TT Games
Publisher: WB Games
The ever present and popular lego series of video games is conquering one more piece of ground this week with Jurassic World hitting Nintendo Switch. There are so many lego video games and they always get great reviews, and Jurassic World is no exception. Every one of my friends who play Lego games always swear by them and how fun and goofy they are. I really need to get around to playing these one of these days. I love the Jurassic Park/World franchise so this may be something to try out.
5. AI The Somnium files
Release Date: 9/17* NA Release 9/20 Europe Release
Platforms: Nintendo Switch, PS4, PC
Developer: SPIKE CHUNSOFT
Publisher: SPIKE CHUNSOFT
Play as a detective in a murder mystery in this anime JARPG game. After a delay to improve launch quality the game is finally hitting western shelves 9/17 with a small European delay to 9/20.
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