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New Game Releases: December 14th-20th, 2017

With the holiday shopping season rapidly coming to a close, the bulk of this week’s new game releases will be offered on digital storefronts rather than from retail shelves and warehouses. Once again, we see Nintendo Switch dominating the dedicated hardware space, with a multiple of titles that range from new experiences like Romancing SaGa 2, Dragon Fang Z: The Rose & Dungeon of Time, to ports of Enter the Gungeon and Yooka-Laylee.

Header Image: Hoshizora no Memoria -Wish upon a Shooting Star-, PC

PlayStation 4
Romancing SaGa 2 (digital, $19.99)

Nintendo Switch
ACA NeoGeo The Last Blade (digital, $7.99)
60 Seconds!
Black the Fall (digital, $14.99)
Bleed (digital, $14.99)
Brawlout (digital, $19.99)
Crawl (digital, $14.99)
Dragon Fang Z: The Rose & Dungeon of Time (digital, $24.99)
Enter the Gungeon (digital, $14.99)
Gorogoa (digital, $14.99)
Hammerwatch (digital, $9.99)
Hiragana Pixel Party (digital, $8.99)
Mecho Tales (digital, $9.99)
Mutant Mudds Collection (digital, $14.99)
Never Stop Sneakin’ (digital, $14.99)
One More Dungeon (digital, $7.99)
Poly Bridge (digital, $14.99)
Romancing SaGa 2 (digital, $19.99)
UnEpic (digital, $9.99)
Unholy Heights (digital, $4.99)
Yooka-Laylee (retail or digital, $39.99)

Blok Drop Chaos (digital, $1.49, New 3DS only)

PS Vita
Romancing SaGa 2 (digital, $19.99)

Battle High 2 A+ ($TBA)
Beyond Clouds ($TBA)
Bridge Constructor Portal ($TBA)
Fade to Silence ($26.99)
Finding Paradise (8.99)
Hibikakeyironokiseki. ($TBA)
Hoshizora no Memoria -Wish upon a Shooting Star- ($TBA)
IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover Blitz Edition ($18.74)
Romancing SaGa 2 ($19.99)
Tales of Winds: Tomb of the Sol Empire ($1.19)

Robert’s Pick: Sure, Tokyo-based Toydea might not have the recognition or catalog of developer like Idea Factory or Nippon Ichi. But their headquarters in located next to the Akihabara JR rail station, so they definitely have otaku credibility. But more importantly, their inaugural Switch effort, Dragon Fang Z: The Rose & Dungeon of Time, looks to capture the nuances of Spike Chunsoft’s Mystery Dungeon series, bringing a pleasing, picturesque Rogue-like to Nintendo’s system. While it’s definitely derivative, the sprite work looks attractive, and the soundtrack is melodic, so I’ll be dungeon crawling this week. [Update: Toydea noticed me that Dragon Fang Z: The Rose & Dungeon of Time would be delayed one week]

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. Dragon Fang Z: The Rose & Dungeon of Time looks just like Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, just without the you know, Pokemon.

  2. I wonder if Yooka-Laylee is any good on the Switch. If it can run Mario Odyssey it should be able to handle YK, right?

  3. I’m guess Hiragana Pixel Party will get the Tech-Gaming review this week.

  4. I’d like to play Enter the Gungeon on the go. But won’t pay $15 for the experience.