E3 is around the corner, meaning we can expect the usual routines of announcing NEW. PHRESH. AMAZING GAMES… that you’ll have to wait until the end of the year for. But don’t worry there’s still new shit to play this week on the Xbox One, now as I pardon my language, you just keep reading.
Planetbase – May 3
Guide a group of space settlers trying to establish a base on a remote planet. Grow food, collect energy, mine resources, survive disasters and build a self-sufficient colony in a harsh and unforgiving environment.
Prey – May 5
In Prey, you are the key subject of an experiment meant to alter humanity forever — but things have gone terribly wrong. The space station has been overrun by hostile aliens and you are now being hunted. As you dig into the dark secrets of Talos I and your own past, you must survive using the tools found on the station, your wits, weapons, and mind-bending abilities.
Save the Ninja Clan – May 5
An evil ninja has kidnapped your friends so it’s up to you to collect scrolls across 30 unique levels to save them. Utilize the special abilities of ninjas like double-jump, sprint, and dash to annoy the mysterious Game Manager.
World to the West – May 5
A young Teslamancer, an optimistic underdog, a seasoned explorer and a strongman aristocrat out of his depth find themselves flung into an adventure none of them signed up for. In a land that holds secrets best left forgotten, the four heroes must use their unique abilities to find glory, get revenge, and for some, simply find a way home.
Bit Dungeon – May 5
You wake up in a prison cell after what seems like days, and your beloved friend has gone missing. With a sword in one hand and revenge on your mind, embark on an epic quest to find the demons who captured you and destroy them.
So what the fuck are you waiting for ? Make sure to watch the Xbox marketplace for these new titles while I watch my language.
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