Arma Tactics is a turn-based, close-combat strategy game, where the player takes control of a four-member Special Forces team. There are no provided strategies, rails for movement, or paths to follow. The player must decide how to play through the story-driven missions and generated missions with randomized objectives. Players need to use strategic thinking and both basic and advanced weaponry while facing opponents ranging from unorganized local militia to skilled mercenaries.
Arma Tactics has PC-specific improvements, including high-detailed textures, post effects, high-detailed light maps, enhanced shaders and shadows. Controls are optimized for the mouse and keyboard, and there's also full support for a gamepad.
PC-exclusive campaign: Terrorists seize and threaten to destroy a dam unless their demands are met. You must infiltrate the area and make sure the dam remains safe. The campaign features additional stages, enhanced visuals and new game mechanics, such as silenced weapons and mortar fire.
Arma Tactics is available on Steam for $8.99/€6,99/£5.99.
Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is a re-imagining of the first Etrian Odyssey, but with plenty of new features and additions to make it a new experience. The RPG adventure has dungeon-mapping mechanics, turn-based combat, challenging enemies, and a series-first Story Mode with animated cut scenes and voice acting.
The expanded story mode takes players on a journey to unravel the mystery of the Yggdrasil Tree's origins, and the classic mode updates the original Etrian Odyssey with new dungeon layouts and challenges. Both versions feature the same updated 3D graphics and StreetPass functionality.
The story mode gives players five pre-made characters to explore a side of Etria not seen in the first game. Gameplay is interspersed with animated cut scenes, with more than 3,000 lines of dialogue, voice acting, and more.
Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is rated "T" for "Teen" by the ESRB and is available in stores and in the Nintendo eShop for $39.99.
Flashback is a remake of the 1992 title. Conrad is back to save humanity from an invasion of alien Morphs set on absorbing our minds and incorporating our species! Help Conrad roll, shoot, and save the world and his girlfriend. In addition to the updated version of the game, the original Flashback is included so players can play the original game that started it all.
Flashback is rated "T" for "Teen" and available on Playstation Network and digital PC for $9.99.
Grand Theft Auto Online is set a few months prior to the events of Grand Theft Auto V's single-player story. GTA Online is a persistent open world for 16 players that shares content and mechanics with Grand Theft Auto V. GTA Online offers players the freedom to explore alone or work cooperatively with friends to complete missions. Band together to participate in activities and events, or compete in game modes with the entire community.
Create a character from the ground up and improve their stats, own vehicles, purchase property, and take part in jobs, missions and activities.
Access to GTA Online is free with the purchase of Grand Theft Auto V.
NBA 2K14 offers exciting new features, including top Euroleague teams and dynamic rosters powered by Stats, Inc. Gameplay upgrades are also featured: Pro Stick, new Signature Skills, and offensive and defensive improvements.
NBA 2K14 is rated "E" for "Everyone" by the ESRB and is available at an MSRP of $59.99.
rain is the tale of a boy who chases after a girl with an invisible silhouette. After discovering that the girl is being hunted by ghosts, he journeys into the world of rain to save her. He also becomes invisible and must learn to navigate the new world, using the rain to guide and protect him. Players control the boy and leverage the ability to appear in the rain and disappear under cover to progress.
rain is rated "E10+" for "Everyone Aged 10 and Older" by the ESRB and is available on PlayStation Network for $14.99.
Rune Factory 4 blends farming, crop management, harvesting and traditional RPG dungeon battles. Players can take on royal duties and fulfill requests from townsfolk, or they can govern by harvesting their own fruits and vegetables to help out the people of Selphia. The prince or princess can also woo marriage candidates. Communication and gift giving are key to romance, which can result in marriage and a child. Players can adventure in dungeons using a collection of swords, spears, and staffs. They'll also have access to magical rune abilities against dangerous foes.
Rune Factory 4 is rated "E10+" for "Everyone Aged 10 and Older" by the ESRB and is available for an MSRP of $39.99.
Skydive: Proximity Flight uses gamepad or motion controller technology to put players inside a skydiving wingsuit. Players can use the motion controller to speed up, maneuver, and soar over beautiful, real-life locations. Gain confidence and learn how to control your body to execute mid-air tricks. Create and execute your own death-defying tricks and show them off to your friends.
Game modes include Adrenaline Race, Routes, Tricks and Freestyle. In Adrenaline Race, race against the computer, friends or other flyers. Use adrenaline to increase speed, and rewind time to make adjustments and perform tricks. In Routes, fly through increasingly more difficult routes. In Tricks, execute aerial maneuvers of increasing complexity. In Freestyle, choose a starting point and create your own routes, add tricks, and share it with the community.
Skydive: Proximity Flight is available on PlayStation Network $19.99/€19,99.
In the 1980s, MTV debuted, music videos were filmed in malls, and mullets were everywhere. Everyone can recapture the decade with WeSing '80s, which features 30 hits and their music videos. WeSing '80s also has a bunch of multiplayer capabilities.
- 30 hits from the 1980s, including 21 #1 hits
- Original artists and videos included
- Solo, Party and Karaoke modes
- Works with up to four mics
- Eight multiplayer modes
- Replay feature lets you review your performance and add effects
- Fully sing-able rap and R&B songs;
- Three difficulty settings: easy, medium and hard with short or full-length song modes
- Compatible with Logitech USB microphones from Glee, Guitar Hero, High School Musical 3, Rock Band and Sing It.
WeSing '80s is rated "T" for "Teen" by the ESRB and is available for Nintendo Wii for an MSRP of $29.99. Two bundle packs containing one or two microphones are also available for $39.99 and $49.99, respectively.