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The Weekly Drop for PS4 and Xbox One (4/7/15)

And a special appearance from a 3DS game

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Following a strong March showing which saw the release of several blockbuster games, including Battlefield Hardline and the PS4-exclusive Bloodborne, April is kicking off with a bang. While the month is filled with exclusives, there are still a few blockbuster titles releasing this month. And it starts this week with the following PS4 and Xbox One games.

Bastion - PS4 - April 7, 2015

Bastion is an action role-playing game from independent developer Supergiant Games. In the game, you play as “the Kid,” moving through a floating, fantasy world and fighting enemies of various types. Despite solid gameplay mechanics, Bastion is probably most known for its presentation, which features dynamic voiceover from a narrator that comments on your every move. Although Bastion was first released in 2011, the PS4 version will mark the first time its available to PlayStation owners.

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin - PS4 and Xbox One - April 7, 2015

Dark Souls II

Already available on last-gen systems, Scholar of the First Sin marks Dark Souls II's leap to current-gen systems. But it's not just a port of the game. Scholar of the First Sin offers players an entirely new experience by changing the location of certain enemies, overhauling and improving the graphics/performance of the game, and offering new weapons/armor. There might even be a few new enemies to face.

Note: Because this week is pretty barren, I've included a special guest appearance -- the Nintendo 3DS' Xenoblade Chronices 3D.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3D - Nintendo 3DS - April 10, 2015

Xenoblade Chronicles 3D

So this is technically a port from the Wii U game. And due to the processing power as well as additional buttons required, it's only available on the New Nintendo 3DS XL. If you happen to own one, it's definitely worth checking out

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