Outer Wilds and Metal: Hellsinger featured in this week’s releases | adventure games

Outer Wilds and Metal: Hellsinger are the highlights of the release week. The first one wins a version of the space exploration game for the next generation of consoles, while the second one is an animated hardcore gunfight with a heavy metal beat. They are joined by superbike racing in SBK 22, the quiet narrative adventure game Wayward Strand, the fantasy world platformer Little Orpheus, and more. Check out everything about this week’s releases, such as dates, prices, and the platforms they’re available on.

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SBK 22 also arrives this week and features the World Superbike Championship — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

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Outer Wilds – September 15 – PS5 and XBSX/S

Originally released in 2019, Outer Wilds is a puzzle adventure game that has been praised by players and critics alike and has won numerous awards for its unique design. In the game, users take on the role of an astronaut inhabiting a solar system stuck in a time loop while exploring the ruins of an ancient civilization and trying to unravel the mystery of its disappearance. The open structure of the game makes it possible to visit several different planets, with their own landscapes, rules and puzzles. The next-gen console versions offer a higher frame rate of 60 FPS and will be a free upgrade for users who already own the game.

The famous adventure game Outer Wilds won versions for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and Xbox Series X/S – Photo: Reproduction/Microsoft Store

Outer Wilds is available for PlayStation 4 (PS4) and PlayStation 5 (PS5) for R$103.90 and for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One for R$92.45. The game is also available on PS Plus Extra and Xbox Game Pass subscription services. A Nintendo Switch version is planned for later this year.

Metal: Hellsinger – September 15 – PS5, XBSX/S and PC

An unusual combination of genres awaits players in Metal: Hellsinger, a rhythmic FPS shooter with heavy metal music. Controlling the part-human, part-demon character of Enigmata, players will travel through the many different worlds of Hell as they encounter hordes of monsters and seek revenge against the Red Judge. Gameplay evaluates both aim and attack skill to the beat of original songs sung by metal icons such as Serj Tankian (System of a Down), Matt Heafy (Trivium), Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquillity), Randy Blythe (Lamb of God. ). ) etc.

Metal: Hellsinger is an unusual blend of an FPS shooter with a rhythmic heavy metal game — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Metal: Hellsinger is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) for BRL 214.90, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S for BRL 147.45, and PC via the Steam digital store. A demo version is available on all platforms to try the game. The game will also be available on Xbox Game Pass at launch.

SBK 22 – September 15 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, PC

After a period without new titles, SBK 22 brings the official WorldSBK Championship, or Superbike World Championship, to the game, a racing category dedicated to modified motorcycles. The game features 24 official drivers and 12 tracks around the world to play alone or with friends in a new online multiplayer mode. The bike can be customized in many ways, such as the choice of suspension, engine upgrade, fuel quantity and tire type for each occasion.

SBK 22 is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5), PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One starting at R$214.90 and for PC via the Steam digital store.

SBK 22 Brings Back Superbike World Championship Modified Supermoto Races — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Wayward Strand – September 15 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW and PC

This story-driven game follows a young girl named Casey Beaumaris who spends the weekend at the air hospital where her mother works during the summer holidays in 1978. Casey plans to write an article for her school newspaper about those patients. Local and for that you will need to learn more about their lives by talking to them, co-workers or eavesdropping on their conversations. Each character has their own routine and interactions with others that happen regardless of whether the player is there or not, so it’s up to you to decide how to spend your time. Wayward Strand is available for R$74.95 for Nintendo Switch.

In Wayward Strand, players will have to hear stories from patients in the flying hospital — photo: Reproduction/Steam

Little Orpheus – September 13 – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW and PC

Originally released for Apple Arcade on iPhone (iOS), Little Orpheus is a platform game with a variety of environments and situations inspired by films such as Flash Gordon, Sinbad and The Land That Time Forgot. In 1962, during the Cold War, when NASA was trying to send a man to the moon, Soviet cosmonaut Ivan Ivanovich was sent in the opposite direction to explore the center of the Earth.

Ivan returns three years later without the nuclear research unit, Little Orpheus, and is forced to tell a fantastic story about where he was and how he saved the world for the evil General Yurkov. Little Orpheus is available for Nintendo Switch for R$77.45.

Little Orpheus is a platform game that showcases a fantasy world at the center of the Earth — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

You Suck While Parking – September 14th – XBSX/S, XB and PC

A different racing and physics game, You Suck At Parking challenges players to overcome 100 levels of obstacles while trying to get their car into their dream parking spot. With phrases like “the only game where the goal is to stop,” the game presents a wave of humor amid levels filled with absurd objects like slugs, explosive mines, teleporters, and more. There is also multiplayer support with up to eight people in 50 stages.

You Suck at Parking is available for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One for R$74.95 and for PC via the Steam digital store. The game is also included in Xbox Game Pass at no extra cost.

You Suck at Parking is a fun game that challenges users to park cars on crazy routes — Photo: Reproduction/Microsoft Store

ScourgeBringer – September 13 – and and iOS

ScourgeBringer, an action game with roguelike elements, has won a mobile version with touchscreen-friendly controls. Under the control of Khira, the most skilled warrior of his clan, players will explore a complex dominated by ancient machines in a post-apocalyptic world where a mysterious entity has nearly wiped out all of humanity. ScourgeBringer is available for iPhone (iOS) for R$39.90

For fans of roguelike games on mobile devices, ScourgeBringer brings action and a high challenge to Android and iPhone (iOS) — Photo: Reproduction/Google Play

XIII – September 13 – Sd

The cult classic of FPS games, XIII is back in 2020 with a remake for PS4, Xbox One and PC, with updated visuals and now also coming to Nintendo Switch. The game tells the story of a man with no memory, marked by a tattoo that reads “XIII”, the number 13 in Roman numerals, as a conspiracy that seeks to overthrow the United States government pursues him.

One of the most striking elements of the title is its shadowy face, which simulates the pages of a comic book. The game on the Nintendo console will run at a frame rate of 30 FPS and will also support split-screen multiplayer for up to four people.

The shooter XIII remake marks the return of a game known for its comic book look — Photo: Disclosure / Microids

Bear and breakfast – September 15 – S

Previously released on PC, Bear and Breakfast is a simulation game in which users must take care of a hotel for tourists and please them to try to keep their business despite the fact that the host is a bear. In addition to maintaining the place, decorating rooms, and offering services to guests, you must also explore the forest surrounding the hotel to uncover its secrets and complete quests that offer rewarding items for your establishment. Bear and Breakfast is available for Nintendo Switch for R$37.99.

In Bear and Breakfast, users take on the role of a bear who runs a hotel for tourists — Photo: Reproduction/Nintendo Game Store

Return to Monkey Island – September 17th – SW and PC

The famous pirate Guybrush Threepwood is back after many years since his last adventure. Disappointed that he couldn’t find the secret of Monkey Island, he embarks on a new journey that ends the famous series with the return of one of the creators, Ron Gilbert. The classic point-and-click gameplay will also return with the series’ signature humor as fans explore old locations in new ways. Return to Monkey Island is available for Nintendo Switch and PC via the Steam digital store for R$64.95.

Return to Monkey Island promises a classic point-and-click adventure saga — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

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