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Dishonored: Death of the Outsider
Who is the stranger and why is he dying? Even if you do not find an idea, you should consult Death of the Outsider. Few people have played Disoné 2 or his predecessor son, and that is a shame, they are absolutely amazing. Disinherited games take discretion: a genre that involves the greatest strength and patience - and counting and powerful, gives you an enormous arsenal of great tools and tools of arcade tools and magic powers to transform you in a distant and rapid specter of death, place it as an excellent speed-chess master at the top of their powers. Few games feel so good and so open: look at some of the amazing ways some players eat whole buildings full of guards, the undressed car really gives one of the many ways to solve. What about this Outsider? This is a great story to follow if you play other games, but the general features are simple: its a god. Youre gonna kill him. Available September 15 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite
The best mix in combat games gets its first new entry in 6 years. Less than a suite and more than a complete overhaul, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite aims to redefine one of the most fun and frenetic fighting games available. Although it remains to be seen if fans will take their restored art style and their range of characters - which vibrates the lively and animated atmosphere of other games in favor of something more aligned with the list of movies of Marvel (and with other Capcom specialties): the actual fights seem very genial and easy to grasp without sacrificing complexity. It was a great year for fighting games, but the Injustice 2 chaos, well designed and gear-driven, not your style, gives Infinite more arcade, a thunderbolt. * Available September 19th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Lets stop. I played Cuphead, and its stupid. The old school lasts. I do not have time for that difficult. But Cuphead is also one of the most aesthetically pleasing games Ive seen this year, with an emulating animation style of the 1930s, with a ragtime soundtrack. So difficult, the game is never unfair, even if it will certainly bother you. But this is what is supposed to be: a mixture of the famous caricatures of Contra and old Fleischer. Discover the mug for yourself, but you have friends and you plan to enjoy it. Available on September 29 on Xbox One and PC.
Assassins Creed: Origins
After ten years of Assassins Creed games, which have made an almost annual schedule, the series began to accumulate a number of captivities that feel a little less charming over the years. The editor Ubisoft decided to pass the series a year, so there was an unusually long wait for Assassins Creed: Origins - a new start for the series that takes its extensive history of opposing secret societies in its early days in Egypt Ancient. Although there is no way to tell if Origins will be the refreshment that the series needs, it is certainly the most well-known Assassins Creed. Available October 27th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC
Super Mario Odyssey
Super Mario Odyssey is the excellent end to an amazing year for Nintendo, which saw the company launch a wonderful new gaming console alongside one of the best games of the year. Super Mario Odyssey pursues the long tradition of Mario games to challenge expectations, allowing players to explore strange worlds where Mario makes fun of regularly proportioned people wearing a sensitive hat that allows players to control whatever they can throw. It seems extremely strange and just as fun and promises to be a great addition to a range of Switch Star. Available October 27 on Nintendo Switch
Wolfenstein II: the new colossus
The New Colossus is the second in a planned trilogy of new Wolfenstein games that imagine a Nazi Germany that won the Second World War and took over the world. Where the first game was about building a resistance to the heart of Berlin, this one has the resistance occupied by the Nazis of America. If the new Wolfenstein games were purely interested in Schock campy, their configuration would seem to be inoperative given the current state of American culture, but The New Order, through excellent writing and thoughtful reflection on the world, build another story on top while never having been irreverent about the horrors he shares with real history. From what I have played so far, The New Colossus will continue to walk on this line with surprising and violent grace. Think of it as Inglorious Basterds, but with a little more science fiction. Available October 27th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Star Wars: Battlefront II
Launched alongside The Force Awakens in 2015, the first Star Wars game: the redesigned Battlefront series looked very much like a proof of concept. Strictly focused on online games and scattered maps and modes, Battlefront would take a little time to get into its own game and has never really stopped feeling like an ordeal. Battlefront II feels immediately fuller, with a complete story mode that focuses on an elite Imperial soldier and improved models for online competition. If the first Battlefront was for fans who needed a new Star Wars game in their life, Battlefront II seems to be the complete package that could attract fans of all groups. I had a first look at a players campaign, and I can not wait to play more. Available November 17th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC