June began with us rounding up herds of exploding animals in Super Exploding Zoo! and had us trying (very hard) to find a reason to wander in Wander, but later made us realize Batman: Arkham Knight offers several reasons to love Rocksteady's finale, and there's nothing quite like controlling LEGO dinos in LEGO: Jurassic World!
Now, looking at the month ahead, here are the Top 5 Games To Play In July 2015...
Rise of Incarnates
Releases: July 1 on PC
Rise of Incarnates is an action game that blends fighting and shooting in a 2v2 battle arena. With the fate of the universe in your hands, you'll have to work strategically with your partner to overtake your opponents in Earth's most iconic cities. Best of all, it's free to play, so why not give it a try?
Releases: July 7 on PC & PlayStation 4
We had our fun with the recent beta and we're ready to hop back into the "soc-car" gameplay as soon as possible. Rocket League seems like the feel good game of the month. We're looking forward to scoring a lot more goals in our super sonic acrobatic battle cars.
Releases: July 14 (U.S.) July 17 (U.K.) on PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 3
We're prepared to not only unleash the beast, but become him as well. As Godzilla, the King of Monsters, we'll be able to trample environments and lay waste to cities. Battling foes such as Mothra and King Ghidorah is hopefully as fun as it sounds!
King's Quest: A Knight To Remember
Releases: July 28 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3
July 29 on Xbox One, Xbox 360
After thirty years since the franchise first arrived, we're ready for King's Quest to make the triumphant return it deserves with its first chapter, A Knight To Remember. We hope this re-imagining brings all the charm, humor, puzzles, exploration, and sense of wonder that we've grown to love from the series.
Releases: July 28 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, & PlayStation Vita
July 31 - Xbox One
The Swindle is a mix of platforming, action, and stealth. Players will be tasked with breaking into buildings to hack security systems in order to steal cash. Mayhem is a guarantee as players try to reach the nearest exit as alarms ring throughout the procedurally-generated levels.
Let us know in the comments section what games you're looking forward to in the month of July and if you haven't already, start adding your anticipated releases to your very own tracking list by signing up for an account with Releases.com, find the games you're looking forward to, and simply click "Track."
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