Here’s the full list of games announced for release on the Xbox One Games Store between 19th – 23rd June, 2017.
Ah, the inevitable lull after E3. The conferences are all over, the displays have all been dismantled, and the LA Convention Center are currently pumping four thousand gallons of Febreze into the hall to try and get the stink out.
It usually means a quiet time for releases, too. Most of the things announced at E3 aren’t out for at least a few months – the autumn and holiday period will see a glut of games – and typically publishers try and avoid getting lost in that insufferable conference din.
But there are a few brave souls, releasing their babies onto the Xbox One Game Store this week. The pick of the litter – or at least, the most noteworthy – is probably Get Even, the grim thriller that was pushed back from its original release date following the horrific events in Manchester. Check back on June 21 for our review to see whether that one’s worth buying.
There’s also Dead By Daylight, which is quite a lot like the recent Friday 13th game, a sequel to Dungeon Defenders, and a brand new entry into the venerable Micro Machines series; we can’t help but feeling like that last one would be great for tabletop mode on the Nintendo Switch. And Dead Rising 4 mini golf, but the less said on that the better, probably.
Oh, and there’s a little game you might have heard of called Broken Age.
Here’s the full lineup of next week’s Xbox One releases:
Xbox One Game Store releases for 19th – 23rd June, 2017
Tuesday 20th June, 2017
- MXGP3: The Official Motocross Video game
- Dead Rising 4: Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf
- Dead by Daylight
- Dungeon Defenders II
Wednesday 21st June, 2017
- Super Bomb Rush!
Friday 23rd June, 2017
- Broken Age
- Get Even
- Micro Machines World Series
- Grim Legends 2: Song of the Dark Swan
- Chess Ultra
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