Well, here we are in the last week of June and… what the?  Holy crap!  There are a metric ton of games coming out this week.  What gives?  If ever there was a time that you needed a handy guide to keep track of all the new titles hitting store shelves, that time is now.  And this is that guide.  Take a look at the new releases for June 27 through July 3, 2010, broken out by platform and date.

Mac

Microsoft Xbox 360

  • DeathSmiles 6/29
  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 6/29
  • N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights 6/29
  • Singularity 6/29
  • Sniper: Ghost Warrior 6/29
  • Auditorium 6/30
  • Bomberman Live: Battlefest 6/30
  • Bonk: Brink of Extinction 6/30
  • Dream Chronicles 6/30
  • Metalocalypse: Dethgame 6/30
  • NatGeo Quiz! Wild Life 6/30
  • Puzzle Quest 2 6/30
  • Radiangames Crossfire 6/30
  • Raskulls 6/30
  • Super Meat Boy 6/30
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Decade Duels 6/30
  • Zero Point 6/30

Nintendo Wii

  • Sin and Punishment: Star Successor 6/27
  • Harley Davidson  6/28
  • Jett Rocket 6/28
  • Pong Toss Pro: Frat Party Games 6/28
  • Robin Hood: The Return of Richard 6/28
  • 2-for-1 Power Pack: Winter Blast/Summer Sports 2 6/29
  • 10 Minute Solution 6/29
  • The Last Airbender  6/29
  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 6/29
  • And Yet It Moves 6/30
  • Bomberman Live: Battlefest 6/30
  • Bonk: Brink of Extinction 6/30
  • Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes 6/30
  • La-Mulana 6/30
  • NatGeo Quiz! Wild Life 6/30
  • Night Sky  6/30
  • Puzzle Agent 6/30
  • Stonekeep 6/30
  • Super Meat Boy 6/30
  • Thomas & Friends: Heroes of the Rail 6/30
  • th!nk Logic Trainer 6/30

Nintendo DS

  • Animal Color Cross 6/28
  • Battle of Giants: Mutant Insects – Revenge 6/28
  • Brain Drain 6/28
  • Date or Ditch 6/28
  • Junior Classic Books and Fairytales 6/29
  • The Last Airbender 6/29
  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 6/29
  • Runaway: A Twist of Fate  6/29
  • Thomas & Friends: Heroes of the Rail 6/29
  • Vampire Legends: Power of Three 6/29
  • Brave: Shaman’s Challenge 6/30
  • Free Running 6/30
  • Shantae: Risky’s Revenge 6/30
  • th!nk Logic Trainer 6/30
  • th!nk Logic Trainer: Kids 6/30
  • Toy Raid 6/30
  • Jewels of Sahara 7/1


PC

  • Alcatraz (2010) 6/27
  • APB 6/29
  • ArmA II: Combined Operations 6/29
  • ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead 6/29
  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 6/29
  • Nancy Drew: Trail of the Twister 6/29
  • Rise of Flight: Iron Cross Edition 6/29
  • Singularity 6/29
  • Sniper: Ghost Warrior 6/29
  • Black Shot 6/30
  • Blade Wars 6/30
  • Camon Hero 6/30
  • Combat Mission: Afghanistan 6/30
  • Dawn of Fantasy 6/30
  • Fortfire 6/30
  • Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes 6/30
  • Hinterland – A New Kingdom 6/30
  • Kingdom Heroes 6/30
  • L.A.W.  6/30
  • Orb and the Oracle  6/30
  • Pirates of the Burning Sea: Power & Prestige 6/30
  • Puzzle Agent 6/30
  • Tank Ace 6/30
  • Three Kingdoms: The Battle Begins 6/30
  • Trainz Simulator 2010: Engineers Edition 6/30
  • Tunnelers 6/30
  • War of Angels 6/30
  • Wildlife Camp 6/30
  • Wittard: Nemesis of Ragnarok 6/30
  • Xevicom Forever 6/30
  • Natural Selection 2 6/30
  • Universe Online 6/30

Sony PlayStation 3

  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 6/29
  • Singularity 6/29
  • Trinity Universe 6/29
  • Auditorium 6/30
  • Bomberman Live: Battlefest 6/30
  • Bonk: Brink of Extinction 6/30
  • Dead Nation 6/30
  • Dream Chronicles 6/30
  • Metalocalypse: Dethgame 6/30
  • Motion Party 6/30
  • NatGeo Quiz! Wild Life 6/30
  • Sing and Draw 6/30
  • Tower 6/30

Sony PSP

So, is that enough games for you?  This is definitely one of those “something for every everyone” kind of weeks, with at least one big game hitting every console.

There is certainly no excuse for missing LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4, as it’s coming to practically every platform under the sun.  Though not radically different from the other LEGO games, Harry Potter is probably the best license the series has had since Star Wars.  Harry’s world is a natural fit for the LEGO games, and I suspect this is going to go flying off the shelves.

PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 owners have a crack at Singularity, Raven’s time-bending take on first person shooters.  Raven has a solid track record, and working on their own IP may have pushed them in some interesting directions.

Wii owners may already be playing Sin and Punishment: Star Successor.  It’s from Treasure — what else do you need to know?

PC players can grab a copy of the highly anticipated APB, from original Crackdown developer Realtime Worlds.

Don’t forget about Telltale’s sweet-looking Puzzle Agent.  There is even a new Bonk game this week, people.  That’s it — it’s time to get out there and play some new games!

As always, we want to know what games you’re excited about.  Picking anything up this week?  Tell us about it in the comments below.

Source: Gamespot

tags: DS, Mac, PC, PS3, PSP, Wii

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