Medal of Honor: Warfighter: The sequel to 2010′s Medal of Honor reboot, Warfighter is available for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. There are six different classes to choose from and will feature a fire team system where two players work together which will have certain perks. It has all the basic features of any war shooter, single player campaign, multiplayer and character customisation.
Unfinished Swan: Developed by Giant Sparrow for the PSN, it’s an artistic adventure game played from a first-person perspective where you play boy chasing a swan in an unfinished world, throwing paint in the game environment to reveal the surroundings.
Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask: The fifth game in Level 5′s Professor Layton finally makes it way into the West after more than a year’s wait. It is the first game of the series for the Nintendo 3DS. It is available both at retail and as a digital download.
A few nice titles for the Vita this week. Orgarhythm, a hybrid real-time strategy and rhythm game; Frobisher Says!, a free-to-play title similar to WarioWare which has you playing a bunch of mini games utilizing the Vita’s features and Street Fighter X Tekken which is a….you know what it is.
The PC is not left out of the game, a couple of nice indies coming it’s way this week. Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, a platformer funded entirely through Kickstarter and is the successor to Great Giana Sisters on the Commodore 64; you can get it on Steam or GOG. Deadlight, a sidescrolling survival horror game that was out for XBLA a couple of months ago is making its way to the PC via Steam.
Hotline Miami, an old school top-down high octane indie action game (that was a mouthful) where you go on a blood-filled rampage against the underworld in an alternative Miami. Lastly, Lucius, an action adventure horror title where you play a boy with demonic powers and is tasked to kill all the residents in your manor one by one.