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New Retail Releases: Xbox One S, GalGun: Double Peace
The first day of August is just a few hours away, but you can rest assured that this Summer’s new release drought is still in full effect.
However, if you’re in the market for an Xbox One console, it’s probably a great time to go shopping. That’s because Microsoft will release the new and improved Xbox One S on Tuesday. The system will include a 4K UHD drive, as well as a smaller form factor and three different hard drive sizes (500GB, 1TB, 2TB).
If you’re looking for new games this week, there’s only one option… PQube’s GalGun: Double Peace. Developed in Japan, GalGun: Double Peace is an anime-style rail shooter where players fend off advancing girls. It’ll be available on Tuesday for the PS4 and Vita.
I know it’s easy to despair, but remember, Batman: The Telltale Series will make its debut on digital storefronts later this week, and No Man’s Sky will officially launch next week. And the Fall gaming rush is right around the corner.
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