Project Cars has suffered a number of delays, but it finally comes out this week and is sure melt eyeballs and hearts.
Pretty sure it's going to be my goto when it comes time to check out new TVs/monitors -- and I don't even like driving simulators!
But it's not just about Project Cars this week. We also have Wolfenstein: The New Blood, the latest Kirby game and a host of interesting indie games on Steam. Pretty decent week.
High Strangeness (PC)
What is it? Man this is so cool. It's a 12-bit adventure. What the hell does that mean? It's a video game in two dimensions: a 16-bit dimension and an 8-bit dimension. You have to switch between the two to solve puzzles. Should you care? One of the most interesting high concepts ever. Super keen to check it out.
Kirby and The Rainbow Paintbrush (Wii U)
What is it? I'd completely forgotten about this one. It's another ridiculously cute Kirby game. Should you care? I'm keen. I need more games I can play when my son is around!
Project Cars (Xbox One/PS4/PC)
What is it? It's the ridiculously good looking car racing game. Should you care? Car enthusiasts have been waiting for this for a long, long time. I'm getting it just to look longingly at it. No other reason.
What is it? It looks like a puzzle game of sorts. Should you care? Seems cute. Probably the kind of game you need to play to understand or get a feel for it.
What is it? A puzzle platformer that explores social anxiety disorder. Should you care? This looks interesting and intense.
What is it? It's a new MMO with a new approach to combat. Should you care? People seem to like it, particularly that new approach to combat thing.
The Music Machine (PC)
What is it? A narrative-focused horror game with a unique art style. Should you care? Looks beautiful actually.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood (PC)
What is it? Hey it's that DLC for the Wolfenstein game everyone loved. Should you care? Apparently it's really cool.
Did we miss anything? What are you all picking up this week?