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Games Coming Out In July 2020

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Ghost Of Tsushima

This pandemic summer may not comes with killer movies, but the games are looking awesome! Between some Triple-A games and some inventive indie games, July is going to offer a lot of games..

Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycoris – July 10th

Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC

Play as Kirito and change your own character as you go through different adventures and battles. With an action RPG battle system that allows players to change their parties’ attack moves and chains based on the situation, there is lots of deep gameplay to be seen in the flat adventure.

Paper Mario: The Origami King – July 17th

Nintendo Switch

Our beloved plumber is going to newer 2D heights than before with a world packed with origami to explore and battle through. We’re excited for a new plot, the superb visuals, and cool origami characters.

Ghost Of Tsushima – July 17th

PlayStation 4

Superheroes, raccoon spies, and now samurai? Sucker Punch can seemingly do it all. Ghost of Tsushima looks brilliant just in visuals alone. But the awesome graphics and color isn’t the best part of the game. Take control of a samurai and fight for Japan’s freedom in a number of ways. Night or day, upfront or from the shadow, distraction or confrontation, take on enemies in any way you want.

Destroy All Humans! – July 26th

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Google Statia

The invasion is coming back, Destroy All Humans! has been remade and we cannot wait to make some chaos like we never did before! With the original missions and main voices from the original, we can hope that it will be a load of fun like it was 15 years ago.

Othercide – July 28th

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

From the tiny studio, Lightbulb Crew, Othercide takes players through a dark, stylized world to battle terrifying. With the new Dynamic Timeline System, tactical RPG gameplay, and a twisted narrative, there looks like a lot to love about this game.

Marvel’s Iron Man VR – July 3rd

Playstation 4

Catherine: Full Body – July 7th

PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch

Superliminal – July 7th

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

CrossCode – July 9th

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC

Neon Abyss – July 14th

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC

Rocket Arena – July 14th

PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

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