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New Releases this week | June 17th – June 24th

The WiiU dominates this week’s releases with 3 new titles for the Nintendo system. 2 of which are from the Mario universe. An expansion pack for Mario… does Mario need expanding??



Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara

 This HD remake of the classic RPG includes fan favourites D&D: Tower Of Doom and its sequel D&D: Shadow of Mystara. Both games come with upgraded HD graphics and a wealth of other enhancements exclusive to this bundle. If you missed the hype train for these timeless classics then now is a great time to wait at the next station and jump on board.
D&D: Chronicles of Mystara comes to all platforms this week.

Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara
June 18th
PC, WiiU, PS3, Xbox 360


knightofpenpaper-bannerKnights of Pen & Paper: +1 Edition

 Take on the roles of in-game players taking on the roles of their characters in this turn based retro style pixel-art RPG. Choose from many classes such as Mages and Knights then choose which in-game roles control those classes such as Kid Brother, Grandma, Uncle, etc. Explore a vast fantasy world completing quests, fighting monsters, finding treasure and a whole lot more.

Knights of Pen & Paper: +1 Edition
June 18th
PC/Mac, Steam, IOS



Super Luigi U

 This expansion pack for New Super Mario Bros U puts Luigi in the limelight (for a change) as players take on 80 new courses as the green-hatted plumber. New character Nabbit replaces Mario and joins up with Luigi in the always fun 5 player co-op. While Nabbit lacks the ability to use any power-ups he does have the advantage of been invincible to enemies and obstacles. Making him the ideal choice for newcomers and young players alike.
Download Super Luigi U from the Nintendo EShop for $19.99 on Thursday.

Super Luigi U
June 20th


game-wario-nintendo-wii-u-game-logoGame & Wario

Wario sets out to take the gaming industry by storm and create the best collection of games Diamond City has ever seen with help from his development crew at This collection of mini-games from the Wario Ware series are only compatible with the WiiU Gamepad controller.

Game & Wario
June 23rd



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