New Releases for the Week of May 8, 2017- King Arthur

A bunch of smaller releases for gamers to choose from this week, like the sim Birthdays: The Beginning and the first person shooter Strafe. Minecraft makes its way to the Nintendo Switch, and basketball fans can practice the dunk shots in NBA Playgrounds. Hitting home video is the romance drama Fifty Shades Darker along with season four of Orange is the New Black. On the big screen Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy, Pacific Rim) joins the rank of actors to portray King Arthur in director Guy Ritchie’s (Sherlock Holmes) new take on the legend of Excalibur and the Knights of the Round Table. Also arriving in theaters this week is the Amy Schumer/Goldie Hawn comedy Snatched as well as the drama Lowriders. Time now for this week’s list and remember, as always, release dates are subject to change.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017


Birthdays: The Beginning- PC, PS4

Strafe- Macintosh, PC, PS4

LocoRoco- PS4

NBA Playgrounds- Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, Xbox One

Butcher- PS4


Fifty Shades Darker

Orange is the New Black: Season Four

A Street Cat Named Bob

Divorce: The Complete First Season

Wednesday, May 10, 2017


Lethal League- PS4

Inner Voices- PC

Blade & Bones- PS4

Moonshot Galaxy- PSVR

Polybius- PSVR

Revenant Saga- PS4, PS3, Playstation Vita

Thursday, May 11, 2017


Minecraft: Switch Edition- Nintendo Switch

Friday, May 12, 2017


Demon’s Crystals- PS4, Xbox One


King Arthur: Legend of the Sword



That’s it for this week. Next week, DC heroes and villains do battle in Injustice 2, and once again it’s time to scream in space as Alien: Covenant arrives in theaters. Til next time…

Thomas Juretus

Born in 1963. Enjoy videogames, movies, comics- anything that tells a story. Have written three novels (The Zarchler Chronicles Book One: The Cassandra Crisis, Shalgroth The Zarchler Chronicles: Book Two, Madman's War The Zarchler Chronicles: Book Three) all published and available through PublishAmerica. Currently working on my fourth book, a sci-fi/murder mystery. Leet Gamers Asia