Does Dr. Mario give out doctor's certificates the same way he pushes pills?
I can't imagine Mario would have his medical license for very long, either way. Dr. Mario World is probably the highest profile game of the week, which is a reminder that it's still July and most of the big releases are taking a break. But there's some odds and ends that are worth checking out in places: the Lovecraftian The Sinking City gets a physical console release in stores, having hit the Epic Games Store last week, the Switch gets some Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 love, and there's a follow-up to the excellent Dragon Quest Builders on PS4 and Switch.
On top of that, there's a suite of smaller indies that look a bit different. SolSeraph and Spy Tactics in particular look sweet. Here's what's out this week:
- Dr Mario World (Android, iOS)
- Monster Jam: Steel Titan (PS4, XBO)
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (Switch)
- The Sinking City (PS4, XBO, PC)
- Dragon Quest Builders 2 (PS4, Switch)
- God Eater 3 (Switch)
- Grass Cutter - Mutated Lawns (XBO)
- Doughlings: Invasion (XBO)
- Aggelos (XBO)
- Streets of Rogue (XBO)
- Arcade Simulator (PC)
- We Become What We Behold (PC)
- Adventures of Isabelle Fine: Murder on Rails (PC)
- Space Warfare (PC)
- Boom Boom Bovine (PC)
- Ascend (PC)
- SolSeraph (PC)
- Godhood (PC)
- RED HOT VENGEANCE (PC)
- Blazing Chrome (PC)
- Exile of the Gods (PC)
- Eagle Island (PC)
- Boon Boon (PC)
- Notes (PC)
- Spy Tactics (PC)
Onto the trailers! Let's start with that reminder of how Dr. Mario World works.
See anything you like?