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PC Gaming Week of January 21-27, 2019

10 Total Games Curated Out of 136 Games Releasing

Percentage of All PC Games Considered: 7.35%

The following titles are what we feel are the most noteworthy games releasing this week of January 21-27, 2019. The description for each title is either authored by the studio or its publisher.

SENRAN KAGURA Burst Re:Newal

Experience the original SENRAN KAGURA Burst, the beginning of the world's best-loved buxom battle series, like never before! Tackle the classic ninja brawler from a whole new perspective in gorgeous, fluid HD, with new features and mechanics throughout!

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Pikuniku

Pikuniku is an absurdly wonderful puzzle-exploration game that takes place in a strange but playful world where not everything is as happy as it seems. Help peculiar characters overcome struggles, uncover a deep state conspiracy, and start a fun little revolution in this delightful dystopian adventure!

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Jon Shafer's At the Gates

At the Gates is an indie strategy game from Jon Shafer, designer of Civilization 5. You are a dark age lord building a kingdom to replace the crumbling Roman Empire. Manage your clans, explore the landscape around you, harvest its resources, and build a mighty economic and military machine.

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Wheelbarrow Warrior

Wheelbarrow Warrior is a 3-D orthographic beat'em up game where players use the surprisingly best tool for the job--their wheelbarrow--to defeat hordes of challenging enemies and bosses by utilizing a plethora of abilities that includes unlockable combo finishers, level-specific interactable objects, and more!

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Arkane Rush Multiverse Mayhem

This is the second volume of the Arkane Rush series. The Multiverse Mayhem is a survival hardcore game in which the player will have many frenetic battles by using the Elemental Staffs and the Runes.

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Bestiary of Sigillum

Bestiary of Sigillum is a one-on-one competitive online game that blends the depth of a turn-based strategy with the diversity of the MOBA genre. Summon your army of legendary heroes with one-of-a-kind abilities and destroy the opponent’s castle.

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Dig to the Stars

People have abandoned the Earth... only a little cute robot stayed on the planet. An old rocket is broken, so he is meant to be alone forever... Stop! You can help him. Collect minerals for the rocket repair and save the robot.

The robot pulls cubes out of the ground, fractures them to receive minerals. He needs them to evacuate from the planet. Each next cube is harder to fracture than the previous one; however, you can receive more and more minerals, including rare ones.

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Transport Services Early Access

Transport services is a strategy simulation game about designing and managing transportation for a dynamic world. Build railways, roads or airports. You can buy vehicles and manage lines between cities. As a new city contract appears, or your solution becomes obsolete, redesign your transport solutions.

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A Fisherman's Tale VR

Bend and twist reality in A Fisherman's Tale, the mind-bending VR puzzle adventure game in which being turned upside down and inside out is not merely a play on words.

Playing as Bob, a tiny fisherman puppet, you live alone in your tiny cabin, oblivious to the world outside. When your radio broadcasts a storm alert, you have to get to the top of the lighthouse and turn on the light! But as you try to leave your cabin with the help of some uncanny sidekicks, you realize what's waiting outside is not at all what you expected...

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Straight from the Devs
Monday, 21 January 2019 17:08
Published in Straight from the Devs

AAA or indie, big or small, OPNoobs is looking for quality games made by talented people. It’s not about marketing budget or Twitch numbers, we bring you updates straight from the developers of the games you’re playing. We provide an unfiltered voice from inside the gaming industry. Anything published in OPN’s Straight From The Devs series is just that, and we hope our readers feel that this narrows the gap between them and the industry they follow so closely.

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