Hey everyone, I'm Jeff Bakalar.
Do people say, happy June?
I don't care, I'm saying happy June.
Happy June everybody.
If you like video games, well June is great because you've got E3 right around the corner, but if you're concentrating on the games you can actually play this month, Prepare to be underwhelmed.
Because there's not a whole lot of games coming out in June.
Let's start with Heroes of the Storm which is set to arrive June 2nd.
The game is a five on five, multiplayer online battle arena.
Or moba as its called.
That features characters.
From Blizzard's Warcraft, Diablo, and StarCraft franchises.
Best of all, it's free to play, which is better than having to pay for it.
Now it makes sense why you'd wanna make another Lego game, right?
They're super successful, freaking adorable But why on earth would you re-open an amusement park that killed a lot of people the first time it opened?
I mean what were they thinking?
Hey, did this park kill a bunch of people the first time we tried it out?
Oh, it did?
Here's a blank check.
Do it all over again.
Anyway, Lego Jurassic World arrives the same day as the movie, and that's June 12th.
Thankfully June is saving the best for last, because the 23rd marks the release of Batman: Arkham Knight.
The only thing sources agree on is [INAUDIBLE]
It's the final entry in Rocksteady Studios' fantastic Batman trilogy of games.
Now the hype train on this one is in full gear, but the series stellar track record has me feeling confident this is gonna be a hit as well.
In Arkham Knight, players will once again assume the role of the Dark Knight and face a smattering of Gotham City's worst, including Scarecrow.
And for the first time in the series, we'll finally get to drive the Bat Mobile.
That's right, Batman fans, the Bat Mobile is at your disposal.
Okay that's gonna do it for me.
If I did not mention your most anticipated game for June make sure you hit me up on Twitter and we can talk it over.
We'll see you back here for July's games, which I hope are many more than June.
That's gonna do it for now.
Thanks for watching.
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