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New Game Releases: June 9th-15th, 2016

Kirby Planet Robobot

With the majority of the industry personnel attending the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the schedule of new releases is a bit slimmer than usual. But despite this respite, there are still a number of remarkable titles hitting store shelves and digital marketplaces. From the beloved pink protagonist’s return in Kirby: Planet Robobot to Definitive Edition of Ori and the Blind Forest, there are a number of enticing efforts to pass the time during those inevitable slow points during the industry pressers.

Header image: Kirby: Planet Robobot, 3DS

Wii U
Olympia Rising (eShop, $4.99)
Wario: Master of Disguise (eShop, Virtual Console, $9.99)

Xbox One
Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (retail or XGS, $19.99)

Dan McFox: Head Hunter (eShop, $2.99)
Kirby: Planet Robobot (retail or eShop, $39.99)
Puzzle Labyrinth (eShop, $5.00)

PC (via Steam unless noted)
Crea ($13.49)
Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe’s The Gold Bug Collector’s Edition ($12.99)
Doodle Kingdom ($4.49)
DUCATI – 90th Anniversary ($19.99)
Gloria Victis ($17.99)
Just Bones ($2.99)
Ori and the Blind Forest – Definitive Edition
Shmups Skill Test ($3.99)
War of the Human Tanks – Limited Operations ($TBA)
Wildstar (free to play)

Robert’s Pick: Sure, Burnout Revenge isn’t a new release; it was originally  published over a decade ago, so you don’t see it listed above. But despite that omission, the distinguished racing-destruction title is making its way to the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list. As such, it will be available for a $15 download, offing fans of Criterion’s car-wrecking title a chance to revisit those beloved tracks and crash junctions. Despite a hectic review schedule, I play to sink a few more hours into this gem, which will inevitably turn into days.

Burnout Revenge

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. They need to release a MechaKirby Amiibo

  2. I loved Burnout. Paradise was pretty was it felt like a step backward.

    • Yeah, I miss those Crash Junctions, too.

      • Why the hell did Criterion ever get rid of them in the first place? They were the best part about Burnout!

        • Whenever a smaller company gets acquired by EA, Activision, or Microsoft, they seem to lose what made them special int he first place.

  3. I really like Wario: Master of Disguise, but $9.99 is really expensive. That Nintendo tax.

  4. No price on the Steam version of Ori and the Blind Forest.

  5. So is Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition full priced if you bought the original?

    • Yes, which really sucks. They need to offer people that supported them some kind of discount. Yeash!

  6. I’ll be grabbing Kirby: Planet Robobot today.

  7. Nothing for me this week. I’ll watch the E3 pressers and drool about games that won’t come out until 2020.