Dishonored is a stealthy, explosive action game with a unique twist – it’s not a platformer, it’s a demon-slaying actioneer – and it’s coming to Nintendo 3DS

As with Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the game comes loaded with all the sort of content you’d expect from a Zelda game, including maps, dungeons, and an overworld map; along with a dungeons, a dungeon, and an overworld map. Twilight Princess introduces several new playable characters, including Link and Zelda, along with some new equipment and weapons. We enjoyed exploring one of the dungeons, and found ourselves getting sucked in and out of enemies on a regular basis. The dungeon was particularly challenging, as it was filled with lots of monsters that needed to be destroyed in order to proceed. Thankfully, the dungeon is a sample of the many dungeons and areas available in the game. We’re looking forward to taking on some of the monsters and trying to unravel the mystery behind the Depths, as well. Platform: Nintendo 3DS EU: N/A Dishonored is a stealthy, explosive action game with a unique twist – it’s not a platformer, it’s a demon-slaying actioneer – and it’s coming to Nintendo 3DS. As with its console counterparts, Darksiders will let you explore its expansive world of Dagon in 2.5D, but this time the action takes place in three dimensions, with each wall you see broken by a sharpened sword and a grappling hook. You’ll have access to a wide array of weapons, which have varying attacks and tweaks, and the monsters that wander the lands are each destructible – knocking them out of the way, and sending them flying with a devastating explosion. We saw this in action, and it was intense. We’re looking forward to putting the kibosh on a few more hours of intense action. Platform: PS3, PS Vita EU: January 23 The first installment of the PS3’s Resident Evil series is almost here, and it’s a more action-oriented affair than the last. Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is the first release in the franchise since Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles, and it puts a bold new spin on the survival horror series. Instead of the classic survival horror tropes, Raccoon City puts you in command of Umbrella Security Service, a special-ops unit that’s been dispatched to protect the President. Raccoon City isn’t your usual neighborhood police station, and Umbrella doesn’t treat its citizens like pawns, but instead make them its property, and you’ll be tasked with taking them out in brutal and incredibly deadly ways. As before, you’ll have access to new weapons and gadgets, along with your old ones (or old-ass versions, if you want to play it a little more leniently).