Today, we have a few new game updates from Steam.
The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie is about to hit theaters, and now you can play the new game featuring your favorite reptiles. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan was rleased today on Steam. The game takes you through the world of the Turtles and brings to life the beloved characters. You’ll be taking to the sewers, the subways and the streets all in a bid to end the evil reign of Shredder and Krag. Their organization, Foot by Foot.
The features of the new game include the following:
- 4-team online co-op mode for grand battle action
- Familiar enemies including Bebop and Rocksteady
- Stunning visuals and a new more raw style
- A story penned by a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic writer
The game is a beat-em-up/hack and slash, something that PlatinumGames does well. Fans of the current Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated show, the one on Nickelodeon, will probably be happy because of the game’s look and feel. Each turtle has its own attack style, and the art feels like a moving comic book at times. The game doesn’t have “levels” which actually raises your enjoyment of it a bit. You can also play the game on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One.
Another Steam update is Fractured Space, which is now available for free Early Acccess play. Fractured Space is a team-based game, with 5 versus 5. It’s a combat title where you’re tasked with controlling a capital ship, and you’ll travel seizing mines and bases to increase your power. There are five sectors throughout the game, and you’ll go through them in a bid to capture the enemy team’s base.
While Fractured Space is free to play, the game does feature pay DLC, with the prices below:
- Forerunner $9.99
- Harbringer $19.99
- Vanguard $39.99
- Commander Pack $59.99
You also have the option of buying a $129. 96 DLC pack. The most recent patch addressed a few problems, including the following:
- Restarted Daily Missions at 0:600 UTC rather than 0:00
- Audio and text tweaks for better user experience
- Improved accessibility to Inventory by adding a link from the Profile
- Remove a deactivated feature from being mentioned (Frontlne) until fixed
- Reorganized page menus for less clutter and better readability
- Fixed disappearing Results screen
- New tips and sounds
Remember, early access games on Steam let you chime in with feedback to the game developers – in fact, the developers expect it! They’ve been working on the game since 2014, and have added a good deal of things. Another patch release is expected next month.
Lastly, there’s a new pre-purchase option on Steam. Yomawari: Night Alone Pitch Dark Edition comes out in October 2016, but you can pre-purchase it now. The game looks eerie and fun, perfect for horror games.
A young girl is walking her dog Poro around town at dusk when a tragic accident forces her to return home with only Poro’s leash in hand. The girl’s sister commands her to stay home while she goes out into the night to search for the dog. Time passes. Growing impatient, the girl decides to search for her missing sister and dog herself.
But when she steps foot outside, she realizes that this is not the same town. The darkness has made the town unfamiliar, and she appears to be utterly alone…save for the spirits that stalk her. The girl must hide from, outsmart, or outrun the hunting spirits while she searches for clues to find her loved ones.
If you pre-order now, you also get the art book and digital soundtrack.