Greetings NAGilkians, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. I’ve been away this weekend, but I’m back in the land of cappuccinos and German sedans so I wanted to deliver you the freshest scoops from the previous week (and weekend) in its most digestible form. Hit the jump for the latest from Blizzcon, a Korean FPS, a pretty platformer and other news and highlights from the week.
Pixel art platformer Owlboy will be making its way to all consoles (including Switch) on February 13th, so it’s the perfect thing to get you through the crushing loneliness of Valentine’s Day.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night gets new gameplay this week if you’ve been following along, and if you haven’t then it’s new to you as well. Check it out and see what you think.
Alongside “World of Warcraft Classic“, Blizzard has also announced their new expansion, Battle for Azeroth.
Legion TD is arguably the king of the massively popular Warcraft 3 tower defense mods, and now they’re giving it the DotA 2 treatment with Legion TD 2, a standalone sequel that will be going into Early Access this month.
South Korea loves its competitive FPS titles, and now it’s bringing one across to the West – the futuristic Ironsight, which has that smooth Call of Duty feel – have a looksie.
Blizzcon was this weekend, and as such there’s a whole lot of Overwatch stuff – a new hero, a new map and most importantly, Reinhardt gets an animated short.
While we’re hitting the Blizzard bong, here’s a look at the new Hearthstone expansion.
Oh My Godheads is a pretty unique looking multiplayer Capture the Flag game, and it’s coming next month. May be worth a look.
The previously PS4-exclusive title Nioh is coming to Steam this week, and it got this kickass trailer ahead of that.