The Tomorrow Children is all about collaboration as you work to survive in a weird, post-apocalyptic dystopia. The game has an interesting, almost Pixar-like look, and the action is sure to intrigue.
Bioshock: The Collection (PS4, Xbox One, PC – Sept. 13)
If you’ve never played any of the Bioshock games for whatever reason, you owe it to yourself to do so. The complete collection will be coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC, so there’s no better time than the present. Enjoy crumbled utopias as you peel back the surface of what really makes them tick, and discover the mystery of the lighthouses.
Dead rising 1, 2, and Off the Record (PS4, Xbox One – Sept. 13)
Dead Rising may have flown under your radar in the past. Perhaps you didn’t know about it until you played Dead Rising 3, or maybe the soon to release Dead Rising 4 has the series in your line of sight. Whatever reason you may have, you have an opportunity to play the remasters of Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record.on PS4 and Xbox One. Zombies will know fear.
ReCore (Xbox One, PC – Sept. 13)
ReCore is an action-adventure shooter that allows players to traverse the world, fight, and solve puzzles by utilizing robotic companions. The concept of switching cores, intense platforming, and fast-paced question has piqued the interest of many players. It’s time to see what these bots got going on under the hood.
The Witness (Xbox One – Sept. 13)
The Witness wowed players around the world when it released on PS4 and PC at the beginning of 2016. Now Xbox One users will get to immerse themselves in a world that is not only full of puzzles, but is one itself.
Dragon Quest VII (3DS – Sept. 13)
Dragon Quest VII first released back in 2001 under the title Dragon Warrior VII, but you’ll be able to relive this classic on your 3DS with a bunch of upgrades such as visible enemy encounters, new enemy attacks, improved visuals, and more.
NHL 17 (PS4, Xbox One – Sept. 13)
NHL 17 looks to bring the ice hockey series back to its glory days with stunning visuals, realistic physics, and everything that makes the sport so damn easy to love.
Adr1ft (Xbox One – Sept. 16)
Adr1ft finally makes its way to the Xbox One after releasing on PC back in March and the PS4 back in July. Players will explore a space station that has been left in shambles as they complete puzzles and search for a way to return back to the home that lies on earth far in the distance.
Dear Esther: Landmark Edition (PS4, Xbox One – Sept. 20)
The Chinese Room found success when they brought Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture to consoles, and now they plan on bring their first game, Dear Esther to the Xbox One and PS4 as well. Explore an atmospheric world as they follow a trail of writing left behind by a man who lost his wife.
Destiny: The Collection (PS4, Xbox One – Sept. 20)
Destiny’s next major expansion, Rise of Iron, looks to shake things up just like The Taken King did before it. Players who’ve been wanting to see what Bungie’s latest is all about can pick up the entire collection (vanilla game plus all 4 expansions) and join the fight to push back the Darkness.
NBA 2K17 (PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3, 360 – Sept. 20)
NBA 2K has proven to be the premier basketball game on the market and 2K17 shows no sign of slowing down. Experience the sport with all the detail and realistic physic fans have come to expect as you step back onto the court.
Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade (PC – Sept. 23)
Warhammer 40K is finally bringing the big wars that players have dreamed of to them the form of Eternal Crusade, a massively multiplayer online third-person shooter. Battle against thousands of other players as you fight to take over Arkhona while you play as one of the signature races of the Warhammer 40K universe, each with unique looks and abilities.
Forza Horizon 3 (Xbox One, PC – Sept. 27)
Forza is one of the best racing games out there, and the Forza Horizon series takes that level of fun and immersion out onto the open road. This time, players will be set loose in a world that is based on Australia and is two times bigger than Forza Horizon 2.
XCOM 2 (PS4, Xbox One – Sept. 27)
XCOM 2 released back in February to rave reviews on PC. Now console fans will be able to see what all the fuss was about as they step into a world set 20 years after the events of the first game. Humanity has lost the war and the world, what will you do to take it all back?
Yo-Kai Watch 2 (3DS – Sept. 30)
Do you like Pokemon but are having trouble waiting for Sun and Moon? Do you find collecting adorable creatures and having them battle to be exceptionally fun? Then Yo-Kai Watch 2 should definitely be on your radar. Befriend different spirits, battle against others, and explore a large open world. If you’re worried that this is just a Pokemon clone, though, don’t. Yo-Kai Watch’s unique battle system and friendly spirits bring a lot of originality to the table.
The Tomorrow Children (PS4 - Sept. 6)
The Tomorrow Children is all about collaboration as you work to survive in a weird, post-apocalyptic dystopia. The game has an interesting, almost Pixar-like look, and while little is known about its gameplay, the premise is sure to intruige.