This Week In Gaming [Video Roundup]

Greetings NAGilzillis, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. It’s been back-to-back-to-back birthdays for me this weekend, and I’m still recovering from those three beers I had. In the meantime, catch up on the announcements, trailers and other visually-delivered news you missed this week.

The 2005 console classic Killer7 will be coming to PC later this year – check out this announcement trailer.

Microsoft has released a new free-to-play racing game, and hasn’t said a word about it. Also, it looks like absolute trash.

Sleep Tight taps into the classic past-time of pillow forts, and I’ve gotta say it kind of looks like a blast as well.

Nintendo’s puzzler Sushi Striker now has a Switch demo – if this kind of ridiculous game is your jam.

World War Z has been pretty much off the radar since the game’s announcement in December, but it’s back this week with a new trailer. The question is, does anybody still give a shit about zombie games?

The Sinking City is a Lovecraftian horror title that promises an investigative open-world experience. It looks quite promising in this teaser trailer released this week.

For something totally different, Beware is a driving horror game that sports some really impressive visuals. Check out this demo for the full sweaty palms experience.

Friday the 13th: The Game seems to have quite a decent following, and this week the game released its very much anticipated single-player challenge mode. Check it out:

F1 2018 got its first gameplay video this week, so this one is for you pedal-and-wheel bros.

There is no Dana, only Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered