Dragon Ball and No More Heroes 3 featured in this week’s releases | Action games

Dragon Ball: The Breakers and No More Heroes 3 headline this week’s releases. The multiplayer game in the Dragon Ball Z cartoon universe and the arrival of the brutal action game on more platforms after a period of exclusivity on the Nintendo Switch are not the only points to note. The games are also accompanied by rally racing in WRC Generations, the annual NHL 23 hockey game, the fun Nickelodeon Kart Racers 3 and much more. Check out everything about this week’s releases, such as their dates, prices, and the platforms they’ll be available on, below.

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Dragon Ball: The Breakers is a curious multiplayer game that pits players against the iconic villains of Dragon Ball Z — Photo: Disclosure / Steam

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Dragon Ball: The Breakers – October 14th – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW, PC

Based on the Dragon Ball Z cartoon, more precisely in the Dragon Ball: Xenoverse game universe, The Breakers is an online multiplayer survival game similar to Dead by Daylight. In the game, 7 players take on the role of ordinary people in the Dragon Ball Z universe who are caught in a time rift with a terrifying villain such as Frieza, Cell or Buu, who are controlled by another player. The survivors must find ways to resist and escape. For this, some options are to obtain a time machine, collect dragon balls, or get a “transfer” that allows you to transform into one of the powerful Z Warriors like Goku, Vegeta, and more.

Dragon Ball: The Breakers is available for PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox One and Nintendo Switch for R$99.50, compatible with PlayStation 5 (PS5) and Xbox Series X/S with backward compatibility. The game can also be purchased for PC via the Steam digital store for R$86.90.

Dragon Ball: The Breakers follows the premise of games like Dead By Daylight and Predator: Hunting Grounds.

No More Heroes 3 – October 11 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, PC

The third chapter in the Travis Touchdown Killer saga is now coming to PlayStation, Xbox and PC consoles after a period of Nintendo Switch exclusivity. Directed by Suda 51, the game features a Japanese animation fan assassin and his laser beam sword Katana on a journey to save the world from an alien prince and his ten minions.

Gameplay maintains the grueling action of previous titles with the addition of Death Glove strikes. No More Heroes 3 also supports 4K graphics and frame rates of 60 FPS on next-generation consoles such as PlayStation 5 (PS5) and Xbox Series X/S, in addition to PC.

No More Heroes 3 brings its action-packed gameplay and violence, now to more platforms — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

WRC Generations – October 13 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB

The official rally championship game “FIA World Rally Championship” promises big changes in the new title thanks to the addition of hybrid cars. The new cars combine the power of electric motors with traditional combustion engines, which will influence the game and create a new sound experience for fans of the genre. There will also be 37 classic vehicles to choose from and 165 special stages located in 22 countries. Among them, a new route in Sweden, with only snow and its own physics.

WRC Generations is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$199.50, and for Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One it costs R$184.95. Nintendo Switch and PC versions are planned for release later.

WRC Generations brings the world of hybrid cars to rally racing and much more — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

NHL 23 – October 11 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB

EA Sports’ annual ice hockey game has brought new updates to the game thanks to the addition of a new feature called ‘Puck’s Last Move’. This desperation move can be used by athletes when their opponents are scrambling to make a last-ditch effort to shoot or pass at goal.

Meanwhile, the defense has also acquired a similar skill to try to stop the attackers. The HUT mode, Hockey Ultimate Team, will also have an interesting addition with the ability to climb into mixed teams with athletes. The game also spans between the same generations, namely PlayStation 4 (PS4) and Xbox One and PlayStation 5 (PS5) and Xbox Series X/S.

One of NHL 23’s new features, Puck’s Last Move lets you make a shot or pass when you’re hit — Photo: Reproduction / Microsoft Store

NHL 23 is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and Xbox Series X/S for R$339, PlayStation 4 (PS4) and Xbox One for R$299. The October 11th date is for a special edition X-Factor that guarantees 3. days early access. Players with the standard version of the game will have access on October 14th.

The Last Oricru – October 13 – PS5, XBSX/S, PC

In this story-driven third-person action RPG, users take control of Silver, a young man who awakens on the isolated planet Vardenia after being frozen for 350 years. Confused, he finds himself in the middle of a war between two races and must choose whether to help one of them or just watch the world burn.

Making decisions is just as important as following the story, as they shape your path as well as the world around you, leading to different endings. Through an atmosphere that combines the medieval period with science fiction, users will also be able to play with a friend in local co-op via split-screen.

The Last Oricru is an action RPG with a world and story shaped by player decisions — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Nickelodeon Kart Racers 3 – October 14 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW, PC

Nickelodeon’s favorite cartoons are back in another intense go-kart race filled with green slime scripted action. The game features over 40 characters like SpongeBob, Garfield, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Arnold, Jenny, Aang, Rocko and many more to compete in courses taken straight from the cartoons.

Some of them are SpongeBob’s Jellyfish Field and Hey Arnold’s Streets, with new water sections. Up to four split-screen or 12-player online multiplayer is supported. Nickelodeon Kart Racers 3: Slime Speedway is available for Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One for R$184.95 and for Nintendo Switch for R$224. 99.

Nickelodeon Kart Racers 3: Sime Speedway brings your favorite cartoon characters to exciting races — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Asterigos: Curse of the Stars – October 11 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, PC

Inspired by the design of the Dark Souls series, Asterigos: Curse of the Stars is an action RPG game with a combat system that aims to be highly challenging, but in a less punishing way. In the game, users control Hilda, a warrior of the Legion of the North Wind, who must enter the cursed city of Aphes to rescue her missing father. Players have access to a variety of weapons to combine as they wish as they face over 60 enemy creatures and 22 bosses along the way, split between the main story and side missions.

Asterigos: Curse of the Stars is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$187.90, for Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One for R$129.95, and for PC on Steam , and for R$119 on GOG and the Epic Games Store, the price has not yet been announced.

Asterigos: Curse of the Stars is an action-RPG game with relentless enemies and big Dark Souls-style bosses, but with a more balanced difficulty — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Saint Kotar – October 14th – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW

In the isolated town of Sveti Kotar, in the cursed valley of the Croatian countryside, a strange malevolent presence has hunted the weak for centuries, and now two men must face it in search of a missing relative.

Under the control of Benedek and Nikolai, players will have to explore and explore the city in this psychological horror game as they uncover a series of ritualistic murders, switching between two conflicting views of reality in order to get to the bottom of the mystery.

In Saint Cotar, two men must investigate a mystery involving ancient forces in an isolated Croatian town.

Scorn – October 14th – XBSX/S, PC

The first-person horror game Scorn places players in a large biomechanical world with interconnected territories as they try to learn more about where they are. Users will have to explore dark and labyrinthine areas with a grotesque atmosphere inspired by the works of Swiss HR Giger and Polish Zdislav Beksinski. During your journey, it will be possible to unlock new abilities and find weapons to defend yourself, although ammunition will be a scarce resource.

Scorn is available for Xbox Series X/S and PC via Steam, Epic Games Store and GOG digital stores for R$75.99. The game will also be available on Xbox Game Pass at launch at no additional cost to subscribers.

Scorn is a first-person horror game to explore a strange and grotesque world — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

PGA Tour 2k23 – October 11 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, PC

The 2K Games golf game is also back this year with many new features such as the inclusion of female athletes in the game. Users will be able to compete in the FedExCup and other tournaments alongside renowned golfers at licensed courses such as East Lake Golf Club, TPC Sawgrass and TPC Scottsdale, as well as the ability to create their own course.

There will also be more options to develop your athlete in MyPlayer mode and a larger collection of clothing customizations. Players who purchase the Deluxe Edition, Tiger Woods Digital Edition, or pre-order the game will receive a bonus Michael Jordan, basketball idol who played as a golfer.

PGA Tour 2K23 brings several new features to the golf game, including the addition of female athletes — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

PGA Tour 23 is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5), Xbox Series X/S for R$349.90, PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox One and PC for R$299.90 via the Steam digital store Ad.

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