October 6 – Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance (PS4)
Hey dood! The long running cult hit strategy RPG franchise graces the PS4 with its exclusive presence. Expect demons, prinnies and deep SRPG combat mixed with humor.
October 6 – Elite Dangerous (Xbox One)
Elite Dangerous, currently of PC glory, makes its debut on the Xbox One early this month. The massive multiplayer space adventure simulator will have you wheeling, dealing and exploring within the Milky Way Galaxy.
October 6 – Prison Architect (PC)
Prison Architect will release proper the month, much to the joy of our publisher and founder Yamilia Avendano who won’t stop talking about how awesome it is. And I mean actually won’t stop, during meetings and filming she will be freaking about something going wrong in her prison. Yeesh, INTERVENTION much?
October 6 – Rock Band 4 (PS4, Xbox One)
Rock Band 4 has a lot riding on it. Can rhythm party games make a come back and once again take over college dorm rooms across America? No one will really know until it’s out, but Rock Band 4 will be the first to attempt it this month followed by Guitar Hero Live later on.
October 6 – Transformers: Devastation (PS4, PS3, Xbox One, 360, PC)
Forget the CGI laden movies starring Shia (I’m not famous anymore, DO IT) Lebeouf, Transformers: Devastation draws from the 80s well of nostalgia in their adaption of the classic franchise. Platinum Games of Vanquish and Bayonetta fame put a high speed action spin on the Transformers, allowing each character to seamlessly transform during battle.
October 9 – Civilization: Beyond Earth – Rising Tide (PC, Mac)
Civilization V… IN SPACE… Civilization: Beyond Earth will get its first expansion towards the end of the first full week of October. Rising Tide, as it name may imply, tasks players with harnessing the power of alien oceans, and dealing with all the issues that may arise from that.
October 9 – Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection (PS4)
Do you like the Uncharted series? I’m probably the only one out there that thinks it’s kind of boring besides the second one, which was pretty cool, but enough about me. For everyone else, you can pick up all three PS3 classics in one convenient bundle on Oct. 9.