Top New Game Releases On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Month -- July 2020

Prepare for superheroes and Super Mario.

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If this episode of New Releases is any indication, you won't run out of new video games to play anytime soon. We're taking a look at the month of July, which kicks off with Marvel's Iron Man VR. You can also take to the skies in Rocket Arena just over a week after that. July is also time to protect your land, whether it's an occupied island in Ghost of Tsushima or the Mushroom Kingdom in Paper Mario: The Origami King. Finally, the month wraps up with the Destroy All Humans remake.

Marvel's Iron Man VR -- July 3

Available on: PS4

After a few delays, Iron Man VR is finally giving us a chance to step into Tony Stark's suit. As you'd expect, the HUD inside the PSVR headset resembles Stark's FRIDAY technology, and you can use the Move Controllers to aim and fire your various weapons. Expect to see other Marvel staples like Nick Fury in the story too.

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Rocket Arena -- July 14

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Rocket Arena
Rocket Arena

Rocket Arena is a 3-on-3 shooter with just one weapon at your side: a rocket launcher. Thing is, each character has their own special rockets with unique effects. You can also customize your favorite hero with outfits, launcher parts, and stat boosts.

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Ghost Of Tsushima -- July 17

Available on: PS4

Ghost of Tsushima
Ghost of Tsushima

This is the next PS4 exclusive from Sly Cooper and Infamous developer Sucker Punch. You play as Jin, a samurai looking to liberate his island from Mongol invaders. You'll do this with a combination of stealth and in-your-face katana combat. You'll need to switch stances and time your attacks to parry and defeat your many enemies.

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Paper Mario: The Origami King -- July 17

Available on: Switch

Paper Mario: The Origami King
Paper Mario: The Origami King

The Mushroom Kingdom has been usurped again, this time by the eponymous Origami King Olly. Mario will have to use a new ring-based combat system to defeat enemies and bosses if he hopes to take the kingdom back. The origami style applies to the world too: you'll be pulling and bending the environment to solve puzzles and explore.

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Destroy All Humans -- July 28

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Destroy All Humans!
Destroy All Humans!

This is a remake of the original Destroy All Humans from 2005. Once again, you'll be stepping into the space boots of alien invader Crypto as he extracts DNA from the residents of a midwestern town, using all types of alien weapons and gadgets. This remake includes content cut from the original game too.

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July has only just arrived, so we've got a lot more games to cover. Next week, New Releases will take a look at the console release of CrossCode and a very anticipated sequel, Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise. GameSpot's Play for All event is continuing through the new month as well.

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