Games to Look Forward to in April!

Releases are slowing down as E3 begins to creep up on us! That doesn't mean there isn't anything of quality coming out!

Yakuza 6: Song of Life (PS4)
4/17


One of the only games I'm looking forward to the most is almost here! After finally finishing Yakuza 0 at the end of last year I found myself engrossed in the story, characters, and entertaining gameplay that Yakuza offers. Yakuza 6 is shaping up to be even better and I couldn't be more excited for it's release. Sadly I didn't get to download the demo/full game (for those who don't know, Sega accidentally released the full game as a demo.) Regardless I can't wait to support this series more. When Sega wants to, they can make great titles.

Don't Starve Mega Pack (PS4, Xbox One)
4/17


One of my favorite games to play on PC is finally getting it's full fledged physical release on console. Don't Starve Mega Pack comes with every amount of DLC that was released for it! While it has been out on console for awhile, it hasn't had it's complete release.

LABO (Switch)
4/20


This project is another testament to how Nintendo is willing to take more risks than any other game company out there. Everyone mocks their ideas, but when it comes down to it they usually knock it out of the park. I gotta admit paying $79.99 for some cardboard is a little crazy but hey, maybe it's worth it? We'll see!

God of War (PS4)
4/20


Kratos is beginning his next journey with a full beard and in the Nordic Realm. I find myself questioning why they even bothered to keep Kratos involved. I think it would be better to just introduce a new character and have them take center stage in killing all the Gods in that setting. Then change it up again if they decided to go in a different direction. Maybe that's why they're introducing his son? We'll find out on Kush Day.

Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion (PS4, Xbox One, Switch)
4/24


Adventure Time games have always been "meh". They're fun but I've lost interest in all of them in a short span. I'm hoping that Pirates of the Enchiridion can change that. This time it's a complete 3D adventure! 

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