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Microsoft reveals 13 new [email protected] games heading to GDC

We'll see plenty of familiar faces at Microsoft's Booth in San Francisco, but we've also got new games to see as well.

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Just today we reported on the reveal of platformer Stela by SkyBox Labs, as well as the announcement of The Forgotten City on Xbox One, but now Microsoft has revealed all the titles we can expect to see as part of the [email protected] showcase at the Game Developer Conference (GDC) next week.

13 newly announced titles will be among the 30 games featured across Microsoft's booth, including Beholder 2, Boomerang Fu, CrossCode, Dead Static Drive, Door Kickers: Action Squad, HyperDot, Mowin' & Throwin', StarCrossed, Stela, The Forgotten City, Totem Teller, Undermine, and Unrailed, all of which you can find out about at the link above.

Other games that will be there include Afterparty, Buildings Have Feelings Too, Cake Bash, Cat Quest II, Dead End Job, Devil's Hunt, Family Man, Hunt: Showdown, Lonely Mountains: Downhill, Minion Masters, Operencia: The Stolen Sun, Raji: An Ancient Epic, Silver Chains, Sparklite, The Sojourn, Void Bastards, and Xenosis: Alien Infection.

With the games above there are plenty that we've heard a lot about in the past, most notably Crytek's Hunt: Showdown, which we've played here at Gamereactor before. Others like Void Bastards are a lot newer though, so it'll be interesting to see these at GDC.

What games have caught your eye?

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"This twisted online shooter is both unique and cleverly designed, and we love the atmosphere that Crytek has been able to create."



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