There’s not too much going on in May, which is good for us here at Warp Zoned, because we are normal gamers with backlogs like everyone else. Resident Evil Revelations seems to be pretty popular, and we’re hoping Fuse doesn’t stink, but other than that, it’s a slow month for new games. Check out what we plan on playing this month here at the WZ.
Man, May is pretty empty. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon sounds incredible, but after that… umm… hmm… huh…
Yeah, I got nothing.
There’s not too much going on that I’m excited about this month. I am interested in Mario vs Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move just because that series is so adorable. And I have been on the fence about Fuse, which initially seemed to have all that great Insomniac humor, but since the initial trailer hasn’t really been much other than a modern shooter clone. My real goal for this month is to finish up Pandora’s Tower and work on some other games that I’ve started recently. And finally get to Monaco, of course!
Even though I completed the PS3 version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution a long while ago, and since traded it in, I am sorely tempted to pick up the Wii U version to play it all over again, especially if they have managed to fix the boss battles. And speaking of revisiting old games, Resident Evil Revelations is a must buy. A Resident Evil 4-style game with the spookiness and scares of the earlier games. Sold.
I am so happy that I was a child of the 80’s. It is because of this that I can truly appreciate a game like Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon. The references, the color, the music – whisk me away to a simpler time when all I cared about was convincing my parents to let me watch an episode of V (although I will always have the hamster scene stuck in my head). Resident Evil Revelations may be a good choice as well; I loved the 3DS version and I’m hoping the HD port is just as good. Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D is also a no-brainer. It’s been a while since I have been truly challenged by a 2D sidescroller, so bring it on Retro!
Continue on to the next page for a complete look at the May release schedule.