Each week there are plenty of new games coming out, with so much going on it can hard to keep track of them all. Thankfully Checkpoint is here to sift through them all and bring you our highlights of the week. From an automated kitchen to killing Nazi’s through Paris.
So let’s jump in and have a look at what’s coming out this week.
Automachef | 23/07/2019
Genre: Management Puzzler
Platforms: Nintendo Switch, PC
“Welcome to Automachef, a resource management puzzler where you design kitchens, program machinery and watch your genius come to life! It’s time to engineer tomorrow’s kitchens, today!” – [source]
Fantasy Strike | 25/07/2019
Platforms: PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4
“A fighting game designed from the ground up to be so easy to control that even non-fighting game players can play it, yet deep enough to play in tournaments. Vibrant graphics and excellent online play.” – [source]
Fire Emblem: Three Houses | 26/07/2019
Genre: Strategy RPG
Platforms: Nintendo Switch
“Command a party of warriors to move and fight on a grid-based battlefield and, for the first time in the series history, assign battalions of troops to support individual units in battle. As a professor, you are responsible for teaching your students and improving their skills in their academic lives and in battle.” – [source]
Wolfenstein: Youngblood | 26/07/2019
Genre: First Person Shooter
Platforms: PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
“Wolfenstein: Youngblood is the first modern co-op Wolfenstein adventure. Team up with a friend or play solo as one of BJ Blazkowicz’s twin daughters and wield a powerful arsenal of new weapons, gadgets, and abilities to liberate Paris from the Nazis.” – [source]
Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot | 26/07/2019
Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4
“Paris. 1980. You’re the best hacker in town. Your mission: aid the French resistance by taking control of powerful Nazi war machines. Ram, gun down, and burn your way through the City of Love, leaving dead Nazis in your wake.” – [source]
Fire Emblem: Three Houses
It can’t be denied that the 3DS title Awakening certainly brought some new life to the Fire Emblem franchise, at least for western audiences.
Three Houses is bringing the beloved formula to home consoles so you can enjoy the strategic combat and the very soap opera like drama of relationships on the couch with a much more powerful engine.
What new titles are you most excited for this week? Be sure to let us know!