New Releases for the Week of Monday, August 28, 2017

Posted August 28, 2017 by Thomas James Juretus in Movies

Plenty to choose from for gamers as August comes to an end and September begins. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle lands on the Nintendo Switch. The prequel life is Strange: Before the Storm arrives, and Resident Evil: Revelations comes to current gen. Yakuza Kiwami comes to the PS4, upgrading the first game in the series. Pillars of Eternity comes to consoles, and Ark: Survival Evolved gets a retail disc release. Hitting home theaters this week is the latest TV show brought to the big screen Baywatch, along with the latest DC animated movie, Batman and Harley Quinn. Oddly enough, no major wide releases into theaters this week. Time now for this week’s list and, as always, release dates are subject to change.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017


Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle- Nintendo Switch

Sonic Mania- PC

Absolver- PC, PS4, Xbox One

Warriors All-Stars- PC, PS4

Yakuza Kiwami- PS4

Cudcept Revolt- Nintendo 3DS

Windjammers- PS4, Playstation Vita

Resident Evil: Revelations- PS4, Xbox One

Everybody’s Golf- PS4

Surf World Series- Xbox One

Dead Alliance- PC, PS4, Xbox One

Hello Neighbor- PC, Xbox One

Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition- PS4, Xbox One

Redout- PS4, Xbox One

XCOM 2: War of the Chosen- PC

Ark: Survival Evolved (retail disc)- PS4, Xbox One



Batman and Harley Quinn

Gotham: The Complete Third Season

Star Wars Rebels: Complete Season Three

Heal the Living

Ripper Street: Season Four

The Nth Ward

Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web

Safe Inside


Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack

Black Sails: The Complete Fourth Season

The White Princess


Born in China

My Cousin Rachel

The Originals: The Complete Fourth Season

Wednesday, August 30, 2017


Ys Seven- PC

X-Morph Defense – PS4

Thursday, August 31, 2017


Last Day of June- PC

Life is Strange: Before the Storm- PC, PS4, Xbox One

And that’s it for this week. Next week, it’s time for all Guardians to assemble to defend the world in Destiny 2, and the Stephen King adaptation IT arrives in theaters and to make us fear clowns all over again. Til next time…

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