Gaming News Daily – Thursday 27th June

It’s time for more gaming news.  Today we have details concerning 3 upcoming games while another is available to purchase right now via the Switch eShop.

Sega announces SolSeraph for Nintendo Switch

SolSeraph is a newly announced action/strategy game from Sega for Nintendo Switch.  According to the official website, players, “Take on the role of Helios [whose mission is to] guide humankind back to a time of prosperity before the Younger Gods’ torment began. Fly among the clouds above and oversee the growth of each tribe’s burgeoning village, guiding their expansion and aiding their resistance against the monsters that destroy all in their path.”

The game is due to launch on Nintendo’s eShop on 10th July 2019.

Is SolSeraph in your gaming plans?  Do you like the idea of mixing action and strategy elements together?

Blow Fish has Mech Fans Covered – Game Available Today!

If your looking forward to Daemon X Machina on 13th September, then War Tech Fighters may help fill the void.  According to an email from Stride PR, the player must “free the solar system from the oppression of the Zatros empire. Blast, hack, sneak, and strategise through more than 30 missions gaining upgrades to customise the armoured War Tech robots to any playstyle and combat situation.”

War Tech Fighters is available to purchase today via the Nintendo eShop.

A Tiny Metal Sequel is coming to Switch this July

Fans of Advance Wars and Wargroove may be interested to know that Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble will launch for Nintendo Switch on July 11th.  According to an official press release:

“TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE hearkens to genre classics like Advance Wars while pushing turn-based strategyforward. Master a wealth of new unit types, prevail over new victory conditions withbonus challenges in every map, and witness an epic story of triumph and tragedy penned by Hirotaka Inaba (I Am Setsuna)…  TINY METAL (contains) 39 new campaign missions, 77 skirmish maps, and 21 multiplayer battlefields.”

As well as everything above, there’s a new tutorial mode and pixel artwork by Octopath Travellers Masayoshi Nishimura.

So whose interested in this one?

Attack of the Toy Tanks is Great and Available Tomorrow

I’ve been playing Attack of the Toy Tanks since this morning and I’m having a great time with it.  The game is reminiscent of the classic Atari title Combat.  In the game, Players control a toy tank around several arena types and the goal is to complete each stage (60 in total) by destroying all enemy tanks.

As well as enemy fire, there are other dangers to avoid too such as mines, spikes, and lasers.  And if you can, you’ll get a real blast going up against friends and family in multiplayer mode.  And the best thing is the game costs just $4.99 / €4.99 / £4.99.

Will you be battling it out with Toy Tanks this weekend?

Thanks for reading.  🙂

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