This Week In Gaming [Video Roundup]

Greetings NAGilzees, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. In the video roundup this week is a zany multiplayer battle that crosses Worms with World of Tanks, some lesser-known gems get put under the spotlight and a new asymmetrical multiplayer title attempts to dominate the genre. That and more news and videos from the week, after the jump.

Remaster of classic Battlezone 2 will be coming out in March, and this trailer shows off the differences.

Speaking of remasters, the lesser-known gem Space Engineers is dropping their visual update that they’ve been working on for over a year – check it out.

Hunt: Showdown has me at full froth, and this alpha tutorial should get you there as well.

If we’re going to compare marketing videos, however, Pokemon Go wins this round by getting Stephen Fry involved.

So-called survival-builders are becoming a popular genre in their own right, and Surviving Mars looks to capture your attention in March.

Hollow Knight is an indie that’s received great praise from gamers, and in addition to a new free expansion coming this week, the devs have also showed the game off on Switch – coming sometime in the near future.

We Were Here Too released this week, a unique co-op escape game that has two players who are separated, but forced to work together. To escape from a castle filled with perilous traps, you’re going to have to communicate well with your unseen buddy.

Slay the Spire has been getting some press as a fun PvE deckbuilder, but in this video a streamer shows how he broke the game with a two-card combo.

Multiplayer tank-battler Treadnauts has hit early access, and it looks like a blast.

Gearbox Bulletstorm Duke Nukem PAX
Gearbox is teasing a new Duke Nukem or Bulletstorm or Dukestorm or… something