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New Game Releases: January 11th-17th, 2018

With fifteen titles heading to the Switch, Nintendo’s hybrid once again leads the pack of new game releases. Elsewhere, Polyknight’s open-world flying exploration title descends on a multitude of systems. Hopefully, no one buys InnerSpace thinking it’s the adaption to 1987 movie, where Dennis Quaid plays a miniaturized fighter pilot accidently injected into Martin Short’s body.

Header image: The Disappearing of Gensokyo, PC

PlayStation 4
InnerSpace (digital, $19.99)
Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition (retail and digital, $39.99)

Nintendo Switch
ACA NeoGeo: Art of Fighting 2 (digital, $7.99)
Azkend 2: The World Beneath (digital, $7.99)
Brawl (digital, $9.99)
Draw a Stickman: EPIC 2 (digital, $6.99)
Energy Balance (digital, $2.99)
Energy Invasion (digital, $6.99)
Furi (digital, $19.99)
Gunhouse (digital, $14.99)
InnerSpace (digital, $19.99)
Moorhuhn Knights & Castles (digital, $29.99)
Of Mice and Sand -Revisited- (digital, $9.99)
Rally Racers (digital, $9.99)
Rocket League Collector’s Edition (retail, $39.99)
Super Meat Boy (digital, $14.99)
The Escapists 2 (digital, $19.99)

Wii U
Jolt Family Robot Racer (digital, $5.99)

Xbox One
InnerSpace (digital, $19.99)

Operation COBRA (digital, $2.99, New 3DS only)

Deck Casters ($16.99)
InnerSpace ($19.99)
Kamikazo VR ($3.39)
Mind Portal ($2.39)
Next Up Hero ($16.99)
Odysseus Kosmos and his Robot Quest: Episode 1 ($4.49)
Rusty Lake Paradise ($3.39)
Stunt Corgi VR ($TBA)
The Disappearing of Gensokyo ($9.34)
Wolf Gang ($14.99)

Robert’s Pick: Another week, another tantalizing Touhou Project game. This time out it’s The Disappearing of Gensokyo, developed by Chinese doujin circle, MyACG Studio. Billed as a “Danmaku-Shooting-ARPG”, Gensokyo favors the former, as a cast of playable character tackle a multitude of enemies and some really challenging bosses. It’s certainly not perfect- small imperfections are numerous, and the current English localization is sketchy. But given the developers’ commitment, and the affordable price, it’s would be difficult not to recommend this underpublicized gem.

About Robert Allen

With over 35 years of gaming experience, Robert 'DesertEagle' Allen is Tech-Gaming's resident worrier/warrior who spends his days teaching at three colleges and his nights devoted to JRPGs.


  1. Looking at Art of Fighting 2. I was never good at NeoGeo fighters except for SamSho, but I did like them. Starting to learn what I missed.

  2. You need to stop picking these Touhou games if you’re not reviewing them!

  3. Too bad it’s Furi and not Yuri on Switch….

  4. Wasn’t Rocket League for Switch already released?