Screenshot Saturday: Transformers Living The Good Life in the Daylight

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Hey, there’s a new Transformers game coming this year! It’s called Rise of the Dark Spark, and it will be a tie-in with Michael Bay’s upcoming Age of Extinction flick, as well as an authentic part of the Cybertron universe, releasing on PC, current and last gen consoles, and the 3DS. I’d say that’s big enough news to take top billing this weekend on Screenshot Saturday.

Another big reveal this week came from Harmonix and the studio’s rhythm arena shooter, Chroma. I’m not sure what to make of it as a planned free-to-play title for PC (that’s a very different space from what Harmonix typically does), but it looks like a potential game-changer. And speaking of Harmonix, the studio’s other game, Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved for Kinect on Xbox 360 and Xbox One, quietly reappears this week with some new screenshots.

Another game that caught my eye this week, for reasons I really can’t explain, is a Steam Greenlight game from immersionFX and Iceberg Interactive called The Good Life. It’s like a giant tropical vacation sandbox with elements of life simulation and tycoon management, as well as a bunch of different activities like fishing, sailing, scuba diving and photography. Something about it just makes me want to dive right in. It’s definitely getting my Greenlight vote!

New screenshots are also in for Daylight, Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, The Elder Scrolls Online, a bunch of point-and-click adventures from Phoenix Online’s newly launched publishing division, and more!

Chroma (PC):
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The Good Life (PC, Mac):
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Daylight (PC, PS4):
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Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, 3DS):
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The Elder Scrolls Online (PC, Mac, PS4, Xbox One):
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Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z (PC, PS3, Xbox 360):
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Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved (Xbox 360 Kinect, Xbox One):
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Moebius: Empire Rising (PC, Mac, Linux):
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Lost Civilization (PC, Mac, iOS, Android):
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Quest for Infamy (PC, Mac, Linux):
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The Last Door: Collector’s Edition (PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android):
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1849 (PC, Mac, iPad, Android tablets):
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Strife (PC):
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Ragnarok Odyssey ACE (PS3, Vita):
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Killer is Dead – Nightmare Edition (PC):
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Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut (PS4, Xbox One):
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Dynasty Warriors Gundam: Reborn (PS3):
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Demon Gaze (Vita):
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