Weekly Game Release Highlights, September 7-13

It's-a him, Mario! And this is the week that Wii U owners will get to play with his world in Super Mario Maker. Plus, Tearaway Unfolded, Castle Crashers Remastered, and more!


We here at Shacknews sincerely hope everyone is having a wonderful Labor Day holiday. Everything goes back to normal tomorrow, but in the meantime, it's time to go into this week's new releases. This week is highlighted by custom Mario and lots of it, as Super Mario Maker hits Wii U this Friday. Those looking for a different source of family-friendly fun can look to PlayStation 4, where Media Molecule has Tearaway Unfolded ready for PS4 users. And not to be left out, Xbox One is getting in on some co-op action with Castle Crashers Remastered. The full list of new releases can be found below.


  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime (download)
  • Armikrog (download - $25)
  • Master Spy (download)
  • The Dreamatorium of Dr. Magnus 2 (download)
  • Fate Tectonics (download)
  • Impulse Revolution (download)
  • Cross of the Dutchman (download)
  • Dropsy (download)
  • Queen's Quest: Tower of Darkness (download)
  • Naught Reawakening (download)
  • Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion (download)
  • WonderCat Adventures (download)

PlayStation 4

  • Tearaway Unfolded
  • Broken Sword: The Serpent's Curse (download)
  • Ascendant (download)
  • Hyper Void (download)
  • Leo's Fortune (download)
  • Frozen Free Fall (download)
  • Knock-Knock (download)
  • Arcade Archives A-Jax

Xbox One

  • Castle Crashers Remastered (download)
  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime (download)
  • ClusterPuck 99 (download)
  • Gunscape (download)
  • Shift Happens (download)

Xbox 360

  • None

PlayStation 3

  • Frozen Free Fall (download)
  • Shooter: Space Shot (download - PSOne Classic)

Wii U

  • Super Mario Maker
  • The Swindle (download)
  • Q.U.B.E. Director's Cut (download)


  • None

Nintendo 3DS

  • Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader
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