The Last of Us and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles featured in this week’s releases | games

The Last of Us Part 1 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection headline this week’s releases. Naughty Dog’s remake of the popular PS5 game and collection of classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games doesn’t come alone. They are also accompanied by two fighting games, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure All Star Battle R and LEGO Brawls, Immortality, a new mystery game from the creator of Her Story, a remake of Destroy All Humans! 2 and more. Check out everything about this week’s releases, such as their dates, prices, and platforms where they’re available, below.

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The Last of Us Part 1 is a remake of Joel and Ellie’s original journey exclusively for PS5 — Photo: Playback/PlayStation Direct

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The Last of Us Part 1 – September 2 – PS5

The remake of the first game in The Last of Us saga is coming to PlayStation 5 (PS5) with new visuals, updated enemy AI and other changes such as a weapon upgrade bench system inspired by The Last of Us 2. In the game, users control Joel, a smuggler in a post-apocalyptic world covered in a fungus that turns people into strange creatures. He must take a young Ellie, who is immune to the fungus, to a lab on the other side of the United States in hopes of creating a cure.

On PlayStation 5 (PS5), users will have the option to play with native 4K graphics at a frame rate of 30 FPS or dynamic 4K visuals with 60 FPS HDR. The game also supports DualSense haptic features and adaptive triggers, in addition to an improved photo mode, new modes Speedrun and permanent death for those who want a more intense challenge. The Last of Us Part 1 is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) for R$349.90.

The Last of Us Part 1 Remake Brings Updated Visuals and Other PS5 Enhancements — Photo: Playback/PlayStation

TMNT: Cowabunga Collection – August 30th – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW and PC

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games collection includes 13 classic cross-platform titles from the great heroes. All games have been given the ability to save progress at any point in the game, as well as rewind actions to correct mistakes and skip difficult parts. The full list of games includes: TMNT 1989 from arcades, TMNT: Turtles in Time from arcades and Super Nintendo, TMNT 1, 2 and 3 Nintendo 8 Bits, TMNT: Tournament Fighters from Nintendo 8 Bits, Super Nintendo and Mega Drive, TMNT: Hyperstone Heist Mega on Drive and TMNT 1, 2 and 3 on Game Boy.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection brings the best of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles classics to video games and arcades — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure All Star Battle R – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW and PC

Based on the anime and manga Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, the new fighting game All Star Battle R is a remaster of the PlayStation 3 (PS3) classic with many new features. The game features a cast of 50 characters to pit against the main “Jojo” like Jonathan Joestar, Jotaro Cujo, and Jolin Cujo, as well as villains like Dio, other Stand users, and the Pillar Men. The gameplay has received some additions, such as the ability to call a character to attack as a support and the protection of the “stylish guard”, which allows you to cancel a hit at the right time. The All-Star Battle mode features unusual battles between different characters, including never-before-seen dialogue.

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure All Star Battle R is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$249.50, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch for R$229.90 and for PC via the Steam digital store with the help of. for R$ 199.90.

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R features never-before-seen manga and anime characters from various story arcs — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

LEGO Brawls – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW and PC

Previously exclusive to iPhone (iOS) through the Apple Arcade subscription service, the LEGO Brawls fighting game is now also coming to consoles. The gameplay follows the mold of games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and MultiVersus, with battles of up to 4 against 4 people crossplay between different platforms.

There are a variety of modes, each with its own rules, stages and ways to win. The characters and stages follow different themes from the LEGO lineup, such as Space, Wild West, Medieval, and LEGO Ninjago and LEGO Jurassic World. The game is available for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One for R$147.45 and for Nintendo Switch for R$195.

LEGO Brawls pits the little plastic figures against several different themes, including Jurassic World and Ninjago — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Immortality – August 30 – XBSX/S and PC

The latest game from Her Story creator Sam Barlow follows the same live-action interactive film as his previous titles, with a new story about the disappearance of an actress. Players will try to unravel the mystery of Marisa Marcel, a promising movie star who disappeared along with three never-released films: Ambrosio, Minsk, and All of Two. The investigation will make it possible to find parts of the films as well as find out what happened behind the scenes and restore the works.

Immortality is the latest game with interactive movies and real-life actors from the creator of Her Story — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

Destroy all people! 2 – Reprobed – August 30th – PS5, XBSX/S and PC

In this remake of THQ’s open-world game, players once again control Crypto (or a pretty close clone, anyway) as they try to conquer Earth for the Furon Empire. Set in the 1960s, a decade after the original, the game pits an alien soldier against the Russian KGB secret service and the threat of the Blisks, another extraterrestrial race that has gone extinct. In his favor, the player will have several weapons and his flying saucer that can abduct people to use their DNA to power crypto. There’s even split-screen co-op multiplayer support.

Destroy all people! 2 – Reprobed is available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) for BRL 199.50, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S for BRL 184.95, and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store digital stores for BRL 75.

Destroy all people! 2 – Reprobed brings back Crypto in a new adventure to rule the Earth — Photo: Playback/Steam

Tinykin – August 30th – PS5, XBSX/S, PS4, XB, SW and PC

In this adventure platformer reminiscent of Pikmin 3, users control a scientist named Milo in search of Earth, but he has a surprise upon arrival. The character is very small – about the size of an insect – and must use creatures called tinnikins to move forward on their journey. For some reason, all the people disappeared and time froze in 1991. With Tinkin’s help, he will try to solve this mystery and collect the parts to build a vehicle to return home. The game is available for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One for R$92.45 and for Nintendo Switch for R$129.99.

Tinkin takes Milo and dozens of the little creatures that give the game its name on an adventure to solve the mystery and return home — Photo: Playback/Steam

Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness – September 2 – PS4, SW and PC

Based on the manga and anime series Made in Abyss, the game transforms the world of animation into a 3D adventure featuring Riko and her friends. Players will be able to explore the mysterious abyss in search of answers and artifacts from ancient civilizations, but they will have to beware of the curse that afflicts those who dig too deep.

The game will feature two modes: one that follows the events of the manga and another that features an original story created under the supervision of series author Akihito Tsukushi. Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness is available for PlayStation 4 (PS4) and Nintendo Switch for R$299.

In Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness, players will be able to choose to follow the anime’s story or go their own way — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

along with information MetacriticPlayStation Store (1, two, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7), Microsoft Store (1, two, 3, 4, 5 and 6), Nintendo Game Store (1, two, 3 and 4), steam (1, two, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7), Epic Games Store (1 and two)

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