New releases for November 24-30

Time to take a breather for the holiday week, but Persona fans may be interested in what's coming on Tuesday.


There aren't a whole lot of new releases coming up this holiday week, but there are still one or two to keep an eye out for. The big one for the week is the handheld Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, which will arrives in time to ensnare Persona fans for another 50 hours or so. Those looking for more arcade-style action over the holiday can look forward to Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions. That's about it for major releases, though Tales from the Borderlands is currently listed for a November release on Steam. Whether that happens remains to be seen, so we won't list it here, but keep an eye out for it, nonetheless. Check out the whole list below and enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday!


  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions (download - $15)
  • If My Heart Had Wings (download)
  • Luna: Shattered Hearts: Episode 1 (download)
  • Reverse Side (download)
  • Space Salvager (download)
  • Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon (download)
  • Joe Dever's Lone Wolf HD Remastered (download)
  • Emergency 5 - Deluxe Edition (download)
  • Wings of Vi (download)
  • Rugby Union Team Manager 2015 (download)
  • Foresight (download)

PlayStation 4

  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions (download - $15)
  • Aqua Kitty: Milk Mine Defender DX (download)
  • Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed (download)
  • Speakeasy (download)
  • Thomas Was Alone (download)

Xbox One

  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions (download - $15)

Xbox 360

  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions (download - $15)

PlayStation 3

  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions (download - $15)
  • Boxing (download - PS1 Classic)

Wii U

  • Penguins of Madagascar
  • Thomas Was Alone (download)
  • Mario Pinball Land (download - Virtual Console)
  • Mighty Final Fight (download - Virtual Console)


  • Aqua Kitty: Milk Mine Defender DX (download)
  • Pocket RPG (download)

Nintendo 3DS

  • Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth
  • Penguins of Madagascar

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