Five Games: ‘Child Of Light’ And Everything Else You Need To Play This Week

By: 04.28.14  •  12 Comments
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Consoles, PCs, handhelds, Facebook, smartphones — the world of gaming is becoming increasingly confusing and fragmented, but don’t worry, we’re here to simplify things for you. Each week I’ll rattle off five games I think you might want to check out this week. Keep in mind, these articles aren’t meant to be comprehensive lists of everything coming out that week so much as a nice rounded tasting menu. So, let’s get to it…

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This Week’s Licensed Game

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 & Wii U, Apr. 29th)

Spider-Man games have mostly stuck to a predictable formula since the early 2000s, but hey, it’s a good formula, so why mess with success? The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will likely be another solid outing for everybody’s favorite web-slinger.

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This Week’s Indie Horror Game

Daylight (PC & PS4, Apr. 29th)

One part survival horror, one part Roguelike dungeon crawler, Daylight tasks you with finding your way out of a procedurally generated haunted hospital, with glow sticks, flares and your cell phone’s flash being your only weapons against the horrors found within. Genuinely creepy looking, with potentially huge amounts of replay, Daylight will likely be one of this year’s standout indie horror titles.

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