Gino DiGioia
Coming This Week, 04/23/18
South Park, an indie game, and a visual novel walk into a bar.
04.23.18 - 9:04 PM

Hello, RPGFanners. Master news editor Gino here with this week's release list. And by release list, I mean a list of games we cover coming out this week. So, a release list. Let's get to the games.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole - Switch (April 24th)

That is such a good subtitle for the South Park game. Here's an idea, say it 10 times really fast, I bet that has no repercussions. Anywho, the second South Park RPG is making its way to the family-friendly Switch. Playing it in the bathroom actually goes with the spirit of the game. Check out our review for more info and our gallery for screenshots... just remember its South Park.

South Park The Fractured But Whole Screenshot

The Swords of Ditto - PS4/PC (April 24th)

The Swords of Ditto... Great, now all I can think of is a Ditto with a Honedge... Well, despite the name, this has nothing to do with Pokémon. It's actually a nice action RPG where you can partake in a co-op adventure to defeat an evil villain. A simple premise, but this game allows the option to choose your own path. Do you want to partake in quests to get stronger or fight the final boss right off the bat? It's your choice when The Swords of Ditto comes out on the 24th.

swords of ditto screenshot

Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly - PS Vita (April 27th)

Last but not least, we have the first title from Aksys Games' summer of mystery, Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly. Say that one ten times fast. In this game, you hunt black butterflies as you recover lost memories and experience different endings. Honestly, the game looks pretty cool, so if you are a fan of visual novels and your Vita hasn't suffocated from dust yet, then check it out. (Don't worry, I still use my Vita too.)

psychedelica of the black butterfly screenshot

And that's it for this week. We are finally done with the majority of April, which means summer is coming soon. I know, I'm as excited as you. May starts up next week, so no rest for fans of the RPG, right? As always, stay tuned to RPGFan for the best of RPG coverage.