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The Games of April 2013
The Warp Zoned crew seem to all be operating on the same page for April. Injustice: Gods Among Us, Pandora’s Tower, and Star Trek are all popular here! But what else will we be playing through the April showers? Read on to find out!
I am most looking forward to a trio of games in April, all for very different reasons.
Injustice: Gods Among Us is a DC Comics fighter made by the maestros of Mortal Kombat at NetherRealm Studios. What other reason could anyone need to give this game a shot? Pandora’s Tower looks like a phenomenal action-adventure and as the Wii’s swan song, I feel it’s my duty as a Nintendo fanboy to give it a shot. Finally, Star Trek will surely be a corny movie-based game. But it looks like an entertaining movie-based game and that’s usually good enough for me.
There’s really only one game I’m excited for in April, and that’s the hauntingly beautiful Pandora’s Tower. As the last of the three Operation Rainfall games to hit our shores, I’m excited to finally be able to play it. Other than that, I just really want to get my hands on Monaco, which is scheduled to come out this month but has no release date. Hurry up, Pocket Watch Games!
Two games I am really looking forward to are both adaptations of other properties. The first is Injustice: Gods Among Us, which just looks the business. I think NetherRealm has been developing some great fighting games, especially when it comes to progression through storylines, and this could be the pinnacle of their success. Not only do we get to act out scenes from Batman Vs. Superman, but we get to play as some lesser known characters like Black Adam or Shazam!
The second is Star Trek, if only for this amazing commercial.
This month I’m most interested in Lego City: Undercover: The Chase Begins. I’ve always been a big fan of the previous Lego games, and if this one is anything like its Wii U counterpart, then I’m sure it’ll be great. Injustice: Gods Among Us is also on my list, as I just can’t say no to a fighting game – especially one made by my local boys at NetherRealm. BattleBlock Theater is also one I’ll be playing. Anything by the creators of Castle Crashers and Alien Hominid will at least guarantee me a few laughs. I’m also intrigued with Double Dragon II. Granted, it’s not by WayForward, who gave us the remake of the original, but it’s still worth keeping an eye on.
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