Every week, the Diehard GameFAN team adds new games to their collections. Sometimes they are new releases, physical or digital, DLC or full games, but they are all building blocks in our greater collections.
Batman Miniature Game
- Lady Shiva
- League of Shadows Blister
The only thing I picked up this week was the new Lady Shiva and the League of Shadows Blister for Batman Miniature Game. They look fantastic and I’m excited to paint them.
- Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker (3DS)
- Teleglitch: Die More Edition (PC)
- Hyperdimension Neptunia U (Vita)
- The Sims 3 (PC)
I actually bought some stuff for the first time in a while, sort of.
I didn’t actually intend to buy DS2, because it seemed a bit overpriced in comparison as a remake, until I actually saw a fairly good explanation of WHY it costs more from Atlus (basically the cartridge size is larger), which made enough sense that I gave them a pass on it. Also my friend Dee was talking about it and I have poor impulse control sometimes. Anyway, the soundtrack it comes with isn’t anything great, BUT IT COMES WITH STICKERS, and that’s never not awesome, so I can safely say it might be worth it. Teleglitch, meanwhile, was a birthday gift from Aileen, which I am quite grateful for, Hyperdimension Neptunia U is a review copy (it’s exactly what I expect most Senran Kagura games are, IE, Dynasty Warriors with half-naked girls), and The Sims 3 was basically because it was cheap and I haven’t played a Sims game in years, so I wanted to see how much the franchise has changed.
- Sketchcross (Vita)
- Johnny Dynamite (3DS)
Chroma Squad (PC) – My awesome friend Joe gave me this as a belated birthday present. Finally I can play a good Power Rangers game!
Sketchcross (Vita) – I love nonogram puzzles, but they are a rarity for PlayStation systems. So when I saw this one, I had to snatch it up.
Johnny Dynamite (3DS) – A cute little game I picked up for review. Took me about forty minutes to beat it. Not quite my record, but pretty close to it.
- The Misadventures of Tron Bonne (PSN)
Considering that Mega Man Legends 3 is never coming out and the fact that Mega Man Legends 1 & 2 getting a re-release is a pipe dream at this point (on account of licensing issues and such), just being able to get my hands on one of the most expensive Mega Man spinoffs is a nice treat. $5.99 is a lot better than the several hundred dollars it commands on the after market for the original disk.
- Guacamelee Super Turbo Championship Edition (PS4)
- Ether One (PS4)
- Mega Man & Bass (Wii U/GBA)
I already had most of the Playstation Plus games this month, and did already beat Guacamelee on PS3 but the PS4 version counts separately. Also picked up Mega Man and Bass on Wii U, cool to play it on a big screen.