Xenoblade Chronicles and Digimon featured in this week’s releases | RPG games

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and Digimon Survive headline this week’s releases with the latest chapter in the Monolith Soft and Nintendo RPG saga, in addition to the strategic battles of digital monsters and their tamers to survive the digiworld. They were also accompanied by the adventures of Captain Velvet Meteor with manga characters, the arrival of the challenging simulation game RimWorld on consoles, the mobile prequel of the RPG Octopath Traveler and more. Check out all the details on this week’s releases, such as their arrival dates, prices, and the platforms they’ll be available on.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3, Digimon Survive and more games arrive this week — Photo: Reproduction/Nintendo

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3 – July 29 – SW

Originally slated for release only in September, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is one of the rare cases in the gaming industry where a title’s release date has been pushed back. The story of the game follows the footsteps of the heroes Noah and Mio, two soldiers from the opposing nations Keves and Agnus, who have been in an endless war for many years. Together with a group of friends, they must make a truce to investigate a dark secret in their world that could end the war once and for all.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 brings a new chapter to the RPG saga with new features in its combat — Photo: Reproduction/Nintendo Game Store

The game is a large open world RPG with beautiful and gigantic landscapes to explore such as grassy plains, lakes, forests and more. Battles take place in real-time and the group is larger than in previous chapters, with up to 6 characters to fight. Some characters can connect through fusion called Interlink and transform into powerful beings called Ouroboros. Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is available for Nintendo Switch for R$299.

Digimon Survive – July 29 – PS4, XB, SW, PC

After a series of delays, the strategy RPG Digimon Survive, originally scheduled for 2019, is finally coming to consoles and PC. The game celebrates the 25th anniversary of Digimon animation with the story of a group of teenagers who find themselves in a strange digital world during a school field trip. Together they must try to survive in this inhospitable place inhabited by more than 100 different types of Digimon, some of them quite wild.

The group is led by the protagonist Takuma Momozuka and his partner Agumon as they train, fight other monsters, and make decisions that will affect the course of the story and Digimon’s digivolutions.

Digimon Survive brings a digital monster strategy game with survival elements — Photo: Disclosure / Bandai Namco

Captain Velvet Meteor: The Jump+ Dimensions – July 28 – SW

When 10-year-old Damien moves to Japan, he must deal with feelings of loneliness and displacement, among other difficulties of living in a foreign country. To do so, he uses his imagination to transform into the legendary superhero Captain Velvet Meteor and explores his grandmother’s house through stages of strategic battles with some of his favorite characters from the Japanese magazine Shonen Jump+.

Players will fight alongside famous manga characters such as Loid Forger from “Spy X Family”, Chrome from “Heart Gear”, Slime from “Slime Life”, Kai Iod and Chloe Love from “Ghost Reaper Girl” and more . Captain Velvet Meteor: The Jump+ Dimensions is available for Nintendo Switch for R$95.99.

In Captain Velvet Meteor: The Jump+ Dimensions, boy Damien becomes a superhero with favorite characters from the Japanese Shone Jump magazine — Photo: Reproduction/Nintendo Game Store

RimWorld Console Edition – July 29 – PS4, XB

The challenging strategy and simulation game that was successful on PCs is now coming to consoles with its unexpected stories. In RimWorld, players control a group of survivors who crash on a randomly generated alien planet each match and must try to survive extreme events and conditions.

The most interesting thing about the game is its story system, in which the player chooses a narrator to determine what will happen: Cassandra Classic, Phoebe Patient and Randy Random. Each has its own characteristics, from giving the player time to breathe, to playing all sorts of random situations. RimWorld Console Edition is available for PlayStation 4 (PS4) for R$214.90 and Xbox One for R$147.45.

Rimworld is a deep strategy and simulation game where anything can happen as the player tries to build his colony — Photo: Playback/Xbox Game Store

Octopath Traveler: Champions of Continent – July 27 – and, iOS

Based on the console RPG Octopath Traveler, Champions of the Continent is a prequel that tells a story that takes place several years before the game. The world of Orstera is dominated by tyrants who have unleashed endless darkness in their quest for power, and the chosen must fight to defeat it.

The game features strategic battles where users can choose from 64 champions to form a team of 8 and challenge their enemies. The visuals also retain the HD-2D style that brings the pixel art of classic 16-bit consoles, but with modern effects. Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent is available for free for Android and iPhone (iOS) devices.

Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent brings the prequel to the acclaimed HD-2D RPG to mobile devices — Photo: Playback/Google Play Store

Seasons Story: Pioneers of Olive Town – July 26 – PS4

Formerly known as the Harvest Moon franchise, Story of Seasons brings all the mechanics of the classic farming simulator series to PlayStation 4 (PS4), PC and Nintendo Switch. Players will be able to manage their land, plants, harvest, raise animals and more, while building relationships with townspeople and even romantic relationships. Outside of the plantation, it will also be possible to explore the world and find mystical creatures called Earth Sprites that can take the user to magical places with conditions unique to the plantation.

Seasons Story: Pioneers of Olive Town brings elements of a farming simulator as well as an adventure that lets you explore the world in search of earth sprite creatures — Photo: Disclosure / XSEED Games

Bear and Breakfast – July 28 – Computer

It will be a normal adventure and management game in which a group of friends decide to open a hotel for tourists, except for one oddity: the host is a bear. In the role of Bear, customers will try to keep their hotel tidy and make guests happy while earning money and reputation to keep their business alive. However, the forest hides secrets that need to be solved, and each quest completed will offer more items to upgrade your hotel. Bear and Breakfast is available on Steam and GOG digital stores.

In Bear and Breakfast, players must manage an inn as a bear — photo: Reproduction/Steam

Lost Epic – July 28 – PS5, PS4, PC

From the creators of Dawn of Earth, Lost Epic is a new fast-paced 2D action role-playing game in which a warrior named Godslayer must battle the gods to end the war between humans and gods. As you level up, you’ll be able to choose where to spend your skill points to create different builds that focus on power, skills, or spells.

The game also features a large world to explore and complete quests for characters while learning more about their stories and earning useful rewards. Lost Epic is available for PC on the Steam digital store for R$37.99

Lost Epic brings a brutal 2D action RPG where a warrior battles the gods on behalf of humanity — Photo: Reproduction/Steam

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