The Rugby Globe Cup has reached the semi-finals, with England taking on New Zealand as I create this, and Wales facing South Africa tomorrow. It is all having a bit tense, so you will have to excuse any spelling errors in this post!
Anyway, let’s start off our recap of the week…
In the News This Week
Games in Evaluation
Time to appear at the critiques:
(Reviewed platform in bold)
This Week’s Functions
Although it was a bit quiet for the critiques, it absolutely wasn’t the very same for the previews, with Stefan kicking off the week with a appear at BattleTech: Heavy Metal, which adds eight new mechs to do battle with.
Moving onto games for technique fans, he got a initially appear at Crusader Kings III, and then switched medieval Europe for the sequel to Mars, Surviving the Aftermath.
Elsewhere, Jim looked at RAN: Lost Islands, a battle-royale featuring a “fictional showdown amongst the Ming Dynasty, Japanese Shogunate, and European Empire”, as Dom looked at the classic beat ’em up, Streets of Rage four.
Final up, Stefan returned with a pay a visit to to Age of Wonders: Planetfall’s initially expansion, Revelations, as What We Played featured Death Stranding, Luigi’s Mansion three & The Outer Worlds.
As normally, we rounded out the week with What We Played, featuring Death Stranding, Granblue Fantasy and Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
Battlefield V: War in the Pacific update revealed, and it is coming subsequent week
Darksiders Genesis has a new trailer and a release date
It appears like it was a quiet week for the neighborhood:
- MrYd completed of God of War, but was far more impressed by Hitman two. In the sales, he picked up the enjoyable Small Nightmares, ahead of he returned to his staple diet program of Firewall, Honor & Duty, and PvZ.
- TSBonyman is getting Bioshock Infinite a bit tiresome, even though the DLC has spieced it up a bit, and was disappointed to come across his neighborhood retailer was sold out for The Outer Worlds!
The Week Ahead
As November draws close to, here’s some of the highlights of the coming out this week:
- Close to the Sun – PS4, XBO, Switch – 29/10
- Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King – PS4, XBO, Switch, Computer – 29/10
- Vampyr – Switch – 29/10
- Earthfall: Alien Horde – Switch – 29/10
- Devil May perhaps Cry two – Switch – 29/10
- Resident Evil five & six – Switch – 29/10
- Yakuza four Remastered – PS4 – 29/10
- Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD – PS4, XBO, Switch – 29/10
- Luigi’s Mansion three – Switch – 31/10
That is it for this week, I’ll see you once more quickly!