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Tuesday Chat: January 20


It's Tuesday and the new releases are still thin on the ground, as is news.


One thing we have noticed though is that 2015 seems to be the year of space themed games. Star Wars Battlefront is on the way, Elite Dangerous is out now and Star Citizen is also due this year. Then there's No Man's Sky and Sid Meier's Starships.

Could we be in for even more space themed games over this year and next? We wouldn't bet against it, maybe we'll even see the return of some old classics (X-Wing please).

So what do you think?

Let's Chat!


Edited On 20 Jan, 2015

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Fear Sinséir1612 2 years ago
New releases aren't that 'thin on the ground', there's Saint's Row IV, Raven's Cry (wow, it's sure the time of the genitive case!) + a whole raft of Amiibo plastic toys! Then February and March 2015 seem stuffed to the rafters with 'new' releases, like: Dead or Alive 5 Last Round (WHAT a misnomer that is!) which I have on pre-order at Zavvi for about £17.50 a pop for Next Gen due to instore promotions but, till now, it excludes any pre-order incentives unlike dear, old ShopTo & Game are running o_0! Then there's, in no apparent order, Resi Revelations 2, DMC Complete, Street Fighter V, Ultra SF IV for PS4, Mortal Kombat X, although I'd prefer it got an Autumnal release!, and then looking on into the Summer of 2015, there's the Witcher 3 Wild Hunt edition + Batman Arkham Knight, although I hope they postpone that one to the Autumn of 2015 as it just would seem more befitting of its setting i.e. Gotham City terrorised by Scarecrow which just seems more altogether Hallowe'en-y! Going along the lines of your space themed editorial, you forgot that some of us already enjoy plenty of galactic themed mini games through the various Williams and Zen Studios Milky Way Pinball tables! They can make A LOT more those if they want ^0^!!

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