Weekly Game Release Highlights, April 20-26

Game releases are taking something of a breather this week to recover from last week's big releases, but there's still shovelry to be dispensed and Templars to be assassinated!


Now that people are mutilating one another in kombat to the death or getting in massive gunfights or heists in Vinewood, the new releases are starting to slow down a bit. There are a couple of games to look out for next week, including the debut of the Assassin's Creed Chronicles series and the PlayStation release of Shovel Knight. Also, those that need another Mario Kart fix can grab Mario Kart DS on their Wii U Virtual Console. The full list of games is down below!


  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China (download - $10)
  • Dungeons 2 (download - $40)
  • Slow Down, Bull (download)
  • Fermi's Path (download)
  • Bloodbath Kavkaz (download)
  • Wild Frontera (download)
  • Highlands (download)
  • WE ARE DOOMED (download)
  • Kiai Resonance (download)
  • Convoy (download)
  • The Clans - Saga of the Twins (download)
  • Airport Simulator 2015 (download)
  • Will Fight for Food: Super Actual Sellout: Game of the Hour (download)
  • Judge Dredd: Countdown Sector 106 (download)
  • Ghost in the Machine (download)
  • Kalimba (download)
  • Environmental Station Alpha (download)
  • Tea Party Simulator 2015 (download)
  • Mind Snares: Alice's Journey (download)
  • Hypt (download)
  • Siralim (download)
  • DRAGON: A Game About a Dragon (download)
  • Ballads of Reemus: When the Bed Bites (download)

PlayStation 4

  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China (download - $10)
  • Shovel Knight (download)
  • Ziggurat (download)
  • L.A. Cops (download)
  • Infinity Runner (download)

Xbox One

  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China (download - $10)
  • Infinity Runner (download)

Xbox 360

  • None

PlayStation 3

  • Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty
  • Shovel Knight (download)

Wii U

  • Mario Kart DS (download - Virtual Console)


  • Shovel Knight (download)

Nintendo 3DS

  • None
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