Greetings and warm wishes to you, Towelites. It’s yet another majestic week in the world of video games, so we should probably get started.

Fallout 4: Far Harbor drops Tuesday. The expansion contains the largest Landmass that Bethesda has ever constructed. That’s pretty huge. We’ll see synths, the Children of Atom and a whole mess of new enemies and sights in this new pocket of the Commonwealth. Upon first glance it seems eerily similar to Cape Lookout, which you’d remember from Fallout 3. Only creepier.

If that’s not your cup of Nuka Cola, we’ve also got Homefront: The Revolution. The first person shooter from the same publisher as Saint’s Row IV has you staging a resistance against North Korea in the city of Brotherly Love. And it’ll apparently be available for Mac and Linux right out of the gate. Who does that? (But thank you).

Shadwen, from the fine folks who brought you Trine, is a stealth action adventure. Curiously they held a competition during the beta where the more the public participated, the cheaper the game would be on launch. To put it in perspective, beta players played so much the game went from being $35 to being $14.55. It’s amazing what we can do when we join forces.

These may not be for everyone, so it’s wonderful that we have many, many more games to consider this week. Check ’em out!

Digger Dan DX
Homefront: The Revolution
Fallout 4: Far Harbor
The Temporal Invasion
Space Codex
TribeQuest: Red Killer
Rogue System
Soft Body
The Song of Seven: Chapter One
The Mims Beginning
Mimic Arena
Youtubers Life
The Leisure of Grisaia
Space Pirates and Zombies 2
Sengoku Jidai: Shadow of the Shogun
Koihime Enbu
Doodle Kingdom
The Way
City Play
The Dweller
Just a Cleric
Systematic Immunity
Age of Barbarian: Extended Cut
Tales from the Void
Where’s My Helmet?

Shadow of the Beast
Homefront: The Revolution
Soft Body
Valkyria Chronicles Remastered
Fallout 4: Far Harbor

Xbox ONE:
Homefront: The Revolution
Mimic Arena
Fallout 4: Far Harbor