Games Out This Week, Starring Remember Me

And so the slow summer crawl of new releases continues. Remember Me is literally the only genuine new release heading to the UK’s bricks and mortar retailers this week, with Journey and Skyrim re-releases bolstering what is otherwise a pitiful slate. As is more and more the case nowadays, digital distribution once again saves the week with a hefty dollop of innovative new content including the 2D stealth-em-up Gunpoint.

If you've somehow missed the open-world brilliance that Skyrim offers, the Legendary Edition represents the perfect opportunity to get involved.

If you’ve somehow missed the open-world brilliance that Skyrim offers, the Legendary Edition represents the perfect opportunity to get involved.

Here’s the complete list of the biggest releases heading to PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita this week.

All of this week’s biggest releases are listed below and to find out more about them, including detailed pricing breakdowns and retailer links, just click on the name of the game you’re interested in.

Monday, 3rd June

Wednesday, 5th June

Gunpoint is our indie pick of the week as it boasts lots of cool sandboxian stealth gameplay.

Gunpoint is our indie pick of the week as it boasts lots of cool sandboxian stealth gameplay.

Thursday, 6th June

  • Tetris Online (Nintendo 3DS)
  • Jewel Quest 4 Heritage (Nintendo 3DS)
  • Break Tactics (Nintendo 3DS)

Friday, 7th June

Those with keen eyes will notice that there aren’t any Xbox Live or PlayStation Network games on this list, and that’s because we don’t have any information from Microsoft or Sony about what’s heading to their respective platform-exclusive networks in Europe yet. When that changes, as it inevitably does, we’ll update this article post-haste.

Unfortunately Nintendo still doesn’t allow potential buyers to peruse their online store via internet browsers, so for the time being we don’t have any price comparisons available for digital-only Wii U and 3DS titles.

Here’s a trailer for Remember Me, just to see if it takes your fancy: