Out This Week: Battlefield Hardline, FF Type-0 & Mario Party 10

Whether you want to play cops and robbers, tackle an army of demons, or simply kick back with a host of mini-games, this week has you sorted. It’s late March and as we rapidly approach April, publishers are bringing an array of interesting titles to the table, including one or two unconventional sequels.


Wednesday 18th

  • Fruit Ninja 2 [XB1]
  • Jamestown+ [PS4]
  • Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype [PSV]
  • Tennis in the Face [PS3 | PSV]
  • Cabela’s African Adventures [PS4]
  • 5 Star Wrestling [PS3]

Thursday 19th

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  • Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow [Wii U]

Friday 20th

  • Mario Party 10 [Wii U]
  • Mario Vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars [3DS | Wii U]
  • Bladestorm: Nightmare [PS3 | PS4 | XB1 | PC]
  • Battlefield Hardline [PS3 | PS4 | XB1 | 360 | PC]
  • Final Fantasy Type-0 HD [PS4 | XB1]
  • The Awakened Fate Ultimatum [PS3]

Take Battlefield Hardline, for instance. EA has taken a bold move with its stagnating shooter franchise, placing Dead Space developer Visceral Games at the helm of this latest instalment. Gone is the overriding focus on modern warfare in exchange for something that hits closer to home. In Hardline you’ll delve into the war on crime, taking the fight online across a range of dynamic game modes and maps. You never know, this could be the shake-up Battlefield has needed for a little while now. You can catch this morning’s review here.

Although not a sequel in the traditional sense, Bladestorm is bringing a slew of new content for its debut on new gen consoles. Once again, players will take to war-torn France as an opportunistic mercenary in search of wealth and fame. Many won’t remember the original Bladestorm from when it launched back in 2007 yet, even today, it remains a unique action strategy game worth revisiting. Check out our review.

Next to Final Fantasy Type-0 HD on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One we also have Mario Party 10 arriving on the Wii U. Despite its debut on new hardware, by and large, it’s still the same old Mario Party but with a few new tricks up its sleeve. First and foremost we have the all new Bowser Party game mode, allowing up to four friends to race against Mario’s archenemy. The twist here is that another player will in fact slot themselves into Bowser’s spiky shell, making for some serious party fun. If that tickles your fancy, our review went live yesterday.

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1 Comment

  1. Mario Party and Final Fantasy Versus for me.
    And I’d like to mention that I really appreciate this write-up, it’s very helpful.

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