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    April 2019

    Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition (Gearbox Software): April 3

    Return to the game that kickstarted the looter-shooter franchise. Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition will be a visual remaster with a few tweaks. Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel will also get Ultra HD texture packs on the same day.

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    Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (Capcom): April 9

    Test your wits and mettle in the courtroom when the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy arrives on Steam. There are no objections there.

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    Dangerous Driving (Three Fields Entertainment): April 9

    An arcade-style driving game with lots of spectacular crashes reminiscent of the Burnout franchise.

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    Zanki Zero: Last Beginning (Spike Chunsoft): April 9

    An action-RPG where you play as eight different characters who are clones. Each one has a limited life cycle of 13 days. Once you die, you might carry over some skills for your next life cycle.

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    Weedcraft (Devolver Digital): April 11

    Marijuana getting legalized means everyone’s free to kickstart their own business. You can do just that in Weedcraft.

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    Train Valley 2 (Flazm/Alexei Davydov): April 13

    Part puzzle and part railroad sim/tycoon game, Train Valley 2 will have you completing different objectives in various levels as you upgrade and fast-track your way to the future.

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    One Finger Death Punch 2 (Silver Dollar Games): April 15

    Touted as “the world’s fastest brawler,” you’ll have the simplicity of controls and the complexity of action as you use and chain together various skills while taking down other stickmen.

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    Anno 1800 (Blue Byte/Ubisoft): April 16

    Start small and grow your cities, partake in the Industrial Revolution in the latest entry to the long-running franchise.

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    World War Z (Saber Interactive): April 16

    Action and survival in a co-op shooter versus insanely fast zombies; totally based on Brad Pitt’s movie of the same name and not the novel.

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    Heaven’s Vault (Inkle): April 16

    Play as an archaeologist as you delve into ruins and decypher a lost language. Heaven’s Vault comes from the creators of 80 Days (Time Magazine’s Game of the Year in 2014) and the Sorcery! adaptations for mobiles.

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    Katana Zero (Askiisoft): April 18

    Control a ninja as you make your way through numerous levels in this side-scroller featuring fast-paced, fluid, and stylist action. One hit and you’re dead.

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    God’s Trigger (One More Level): April 18

    See an Angel and a Demon team up in this violent, bloody, and action-packed top-down shooter.

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    Konami Anniversary Collection: Arcade Classics (Konami): April 19

    Celebrating 50 years of Konami, the Arcade Classics collection will have games like Lifeforce, Gradius, and TwinBee.

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    Mortal Kombat 11 (NetherRealm Studios): April 23

    Get ready to brutalize your opponents with some frantic fatalities in the latest installment of the gory franchise.

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    Imperator: Rome (Paradox Interactive): April 25

    The new grand strategy from the master as Paradox Interactive. A game set in the classical world from the glory days of Athens to the establishment of the Roman Empire four centuries later.

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    Dark Devotion (Hibernian Workshop): April 25

    A 2D side-scroller in the vein of Castlevania and Metroid.

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    Mordhau (Triternion): April 29

    A medieval multiplayer battler where you can experience castle sieges and even cavalry charges.

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    Fade To Silence (Black Forest Games): April 30

    A survival adventure game set in a harsh, frozen wilderness teeming with Eldritch monsters. Will be leaving Steam Early Access this April.

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    Starlink: Battle For Atlas (Ubisoft): April 30

    Get ready to explore and head out on an adventure in space. Starlink: Battle for Atlas, which originally launched for consoles along with a toy lineup, will be coming to PCs.

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    Jason Rodriguez
    I'm a small business owner who's also writing on the side, contributing in various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. My Steam library has 1,131 games at the moment so we definitely have a lot of things to talk about.

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