July is finally here which not only means we are one more month closer to the release of Next-Gen consoles, but also, we get a fresh batch of new releases for the current ones. June (as is tradition) was more about showcasing future games rather than current games releasing in the month, but we did get some fun titles including one massive Triple-A title. Now looking at July, it does not look much different with the big exception being we get 2 huge titles this month. Here are our choices for the best games releasing this month:
It always amazed me just how much-animated content, DC/WB can produce for their heroes in a relatively short period. Seriously, just last week we were treated to the debut trailer for Deathstroke: Dragons & Knights yet somehow, we are now being spoiled with the debut trailer of another animated film. Here's the debut trailer for Superman: Man of Tomorrow:
Netflix's foray into original animated films has been nothing short of amazing. Both The Willoughbys and Klaus are shining examples of great animated works the streaming giants are curating for our enjoyment. Now, a film directed by legendary animator Glen Keane is next up to keep the 'Netflix and Chill' party going. Laddies and Gentlemen, here's a first look at Over the Moon:
Super Smash Brothers Ultimate is the Nintendo Switch game that keeps giving. After blessing us smashers with 6 DLC characters already (counting Piranha Plant), we now are getting another whopping serving 6 brand new fighters. Mashiro Sakurai, the game's director, let news slipped earlier that the next fight will be from ARMS, and today, we now know that fighter is Min Min.
COVID-19 have disruptive the lives of us all in 2020 and even managed to pull off something that not even the entire Marine force could...stopping Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates. The series went on hiatus, the first time in the show’s history, with episode 929 on April 19 in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Japan. But, that hiatus is coming to an end as Toei Animation announced via their official Twitter account that new episodes of One Piece: WANO KUNI will start back on June 28.
Where you sick and tired of seeing Deadpool continued to rise in stardom with live-action films, games and tv series while good ole Slade Wilson continues to miss out? Well good news my friend, DC/WB animations revealed today, a brand new animated film starring everyone's favourite orange assassin, Deathstroke.
Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.