Coming to Stores: May 29th Edition

First of all, I screwed up last week and included Resistance, so if it looks copy-and-pasted.. well, it is. Second, being on the verge of E3, we really don’t have much else to occupy our time leading up until the show. A few games were originally scheduled to come out this week but got pushed back to June and July (I’m assuming so they could show off at E3). Either way, a few games are still releasing, making them that much more.. appealing? ~ Don

Please note dates are subject to change, and these do not account for digital releases, which can sometimes be as important as retail releases. Don’s personal picks are highlighted in red.


Cute cartoon girls fighting cute cartoon girls.

Playstation 3 only:

  • Tuesday, May 29 ~ Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland

The third installment in the series, NIS’ Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland takes RPG gamers on a quest through Arland. Featuring an in-depth item synthesis mechanic, this looks like it should satisfy anyone in need of some JRPG action.


Leopard Drive Legends 3D

Nintendo 3DS:

  • Tuesday, May 29 ~ Deer Drive Legends 3D

Maximum Games brings the hunt to your 3DS with Deer Drive Legends 3D. Deer Drive Legends 3D has multiple areas to hunt and over 30 animals. A $30 USD hunt sounds a lot cheaper and warmer than buying a rifle and traveling the world.

Sony Playstation Vita

  • Tuesday, May 29 ~ Resistance: Burning Skies

The Vita finally gets its first multiplayer first person shooter, Resistance: Burning Skies. Offering deathmatch, team deathmatch and survival modes, you’ll be able to compete over Wi-Fi (sorry, no 3G – for obvious reasons). As a fan of the shooter genre and a Vita owner, this is exciting and I can’t wait to check it out to see how it performs in a competitive manner.

 Are you picking up anything this week? Let us know in the comments below!


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Author: Don Parsons View all posts by
Starting out as a founding member of Gamingcore Podcast, Don ventured on to start Gameciety; which began as a podcast, and ended as a blog. Don now handles's PR work, is part of the reviews staff and has various other little projects he does for the site.