Now Arriving: Games of June

Ladies and gentlemen, let me welcome you to the Summer drought period.  Now would be a good time to catch up on your backlog or explore some games you may have missed.  The releases are now slowing to just a drip, but even so, there are a few notable titles this month including a couple new IPs.  The first comes from Jak and Daxter and Uncharted developer, Naughty Dog with The Last of Us while Dontnod and Capcom open the month with the futuristic action platformer, Remember Me.

The complete release list for June can be found after the jump…

Xbox 360 Exclusives  
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition  June 4
Sony Exclusives  
Jak and Daxter Collection (Vita) June 11
The Last of Us (PS3) June 14
Muramasa Rebirth (Vita) June 25
Nintendo Exclusives  
Animal Crossing: New Leaf (3DS) June 9
Game & Wario (WiiU) June 23
Project X Zone (3DS) June 23
PC Exclusives  
The Sims 3 Plus Island Paradise June 25
Company of Heroes 2 June 25
Multiplatform Releases  
Remember Me June 4 – Xbox 360, PS3
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition June 4 – Xbox 360, PS3
LEGO Legends of Chima: Laval’s Journey June 18 – 3DS, Vita
Ride to Hell: Retribution June 25 – Xbox 360, PS3
Deadpool June 25 – Xbox 360, PS3
Painkiller: Hell & Damnation June 30 – Xbox 360, PS3
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2 Responses to Now Arriving: Games of June

  1. Paul says:

    Don’t you hate the summer droughts? As an xboxer its harder than ever to fill your time with small arcade titles when you know they will not be compatible with the Xbox One

    • Yeah, that’s what I’ve been thinking about more and more as we head towards the new systems.

      Finding that balance and knowing that these games won’t be able to travel over with you.

      I wonder what developers think about this? Sure, you’re part of the vaunted Summer of Arcade program but with the new consoles coming out a few months later, gamers may be more hesitant to purchase knowing they’re locked to the 360.

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