This year feels like it's been a bit bland so far, at least in terms of big, new releases. This week is no different. My most anticipated game of this week? Ori and the Blind Forest. God damn that game looks amazing.
Assassin's Creed: Rogue (PC)
What is it? The last-gen Assassin's Creed that some thing is better than Unity. Should you care? Fans of the series might get a kick out of this. Mainly because it was totally forgotten about, which is a shame.
Cities: Skylines (PC)
What is it? It's the Sim City thing that isn't Sim City. Should you care? If you're after a game like Sim City that isn't Sim City, then this might be your thing.
DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition (Xbox One/PS4)
What is it? One of them there fancy re-releases with better visuals. Should you care? This game was sorely unappreciated upon its initial release. Give it a shot.
Ori and the Blind Forest (Xbox One/PC)
What is it? A beautiful looking action platformer. I know I throw around the word 'beautiful' a lot, but this time it's justified. Should you care? I really need to play this game.
What is it? A first-person puzzle game in stark black and white. It looks gorgeous. Should you care? Looks pretty cool. And mind-bendingly difficult.
What is it? It's a Sid Meier game! Surprise! (I forgot this was coming out.) Should you care? I'm sure this will be at the very least worth checking out.
What is it? It's soccer, but it's neon. (It's a new same-screen sports game thing.) Should you care? This same screen sports game thing is almost a little played out, but it's so much fun. I'm keen on this.
Tennis Elbow 2013 (PC)
What is it? A tennis game! That's like a sim? On PC? Man, this is weird. I like it. Should you care? I'm super keen on this. Apparently it's pretty good.
Did we miss anything? What are you planning to buy this week?