What You Can Buy with Your Money This Week – 22/09/17

We’ve got a new list of games that you can buy with your money this week.

Circuit Breakers – PS4 – 22/09/17

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – Switch – 22/09/17

Mary Skelter: Nightmares – Vita – 22/09/17

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2 -PS4/Xbox One – 22/09/17

Pharaonic: Deluxe Edition – PS4 /Xbox One – 22/09/17

Pokken Tournament DX – Switch – 22/09/17

Project CARS 2 – PC /PS4/Xbox One – 22/09/17

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash – PS4 – 22/09/17

The Girl and the Robot – PS4 – 22/09/17

Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode 2: The Pact – PC /PS4/Xbox One – 26/09/17

Total War: Warhammer II – PC – 28/09/17


Circuit Breakers

Circuit Breakers is a twin joystick arcade shooter. There are a few unique characters to choose from and lots and lots of miscreant robots for them to destroy. The game is made to try and bring back that nostalgic feeling of playing an arcade shooter with a friend.


Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

Bandai Namco have ported Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 to the Switch with some new features, including new motion controls that allow you perform a Kamehameha with your own hands by using the Joy-Cons. Also, the game will come with the story mode from the first Dragon Ball Xenoverse game.


Mary Skelter: Nightmares

A dungeon RPG. The game features a turn-based battle system that includes class changes, a strategic blood-licking transform system, and a blood-rubbing system to power up your party. Your main objective is to solve the dungeon’s puzzles and make it out alive.


Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2

Telltale releases the complete second season of Minecraft: Story mode packed with all 5 episodes. Together with old friends and new characters, Jesse embarks on a brand new journey filled with tough choices, good times, and at least one tempermental llama.


Pharaonic: Deluxe Edition

Pharaonic is a beautiful side-scrolling combat-RPG set in Ancient Egypt. Studio Milkstone has adapted the Dark Souls combat style into a fast side-scrolling adventure. Your start off as a slave who has to find out the secret behind Ahmosis I, the Red Pharaoh. You’ll also be able to collect dozens of weapons and shields and combine them with different combat styles.


Pokken Tournament DX

Pokken Tournament was first released on the Wii U at the end of the console’s life cycle. Now re-relased on the Switch, the fighting game comes with some new features, incluing 4 new Pokémon: Darkrai, Empoleon, Croagunk, and Scizor. Also, a new Team Battle mode, a Group Match mode and Daily Challenge features have been added to the game.


Project CARS 2

With a new game physics engine called LiveTrack 3.0 and with the largest track roster on console so far, with 46 tracks (containing 121 layouts) and 182 cars, developers Slightly Mad Studios release the sequel to their motorsport racing hit, Project CARS.


Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash

Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is a Japanese first-person shooter. Released in Japan last year, the game focuses on the Peach Beach Splash water gun tournament, with female ninjas from various factions in the Senran Kagura series all taking part.


The Girl and the Robot

Released by Magic Carpet Games, The Girl and the Robot is a third-person action/adventure game set in a fairy tale world where you take on the role of a young girl trying to escape from a castle ruled by an evil queen. After escaping her prison cell, and she meets a robot knight who helps her in trying to escape from the evil queen’s castle.


Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode 2: The Pact

The Pact is a new episode from season two of the Batman adventure game that continues Telltale’s unique take on the Caped Crusader after the events of Batman: The Telltale Series.


Total War: Warhammer II

Warhammer II will feature four new races, including the High Elves, Dark Elves and Lizardmen. It will also include an entirely new map which, when combined with the map in the original Total War: Warhammer, will double the size of the game.


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