Top 10 Game Releases in October 2018

The anticipated fall season is finally in full swing. October marks a number of high-profile releases from long-awaited sequels to even more sequels. Now, we’re going to look at the Top 10 Game Releases in October 2018 you should be playing.

10. Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon 4

It is perhaps the best open-world racing title of this year and several others. Forza Horizon 4 heads to jolly old Britain for one’s horizon shenanigans. Working one’s way up as a rookie to the horizon roster there are now four seasons to play through.

With their own respective events and showcases that open up. Fortson horizon for also packs tonnes of vehicles, player housing, and improved progression system that constantly rewards the player for the online events, seasonal championships, and much much more to race through. It’s out on October 2nd for Xbox One, and Windows 10 PC.

9. Lego DC super-villains

Lego DC super-villains

Why should good guys have all the fun? Travelers tales Lego DC super-villains is turning the tables by allowing us to control a variety of famous DC villains. Of course, while gameplay is similar to previous Lego titles complete with two-player co-op it’s now possible to have a fully customizable character that’s integrated into the story.

If battling heroes as the Joker sounds appealing that too from the lens of Lego humor, then lego DC supervillains might be worth checking out. It launches on October 16th for North America and October 19th worldwide for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo switch, and PC.

8. Super Mario Party

Super Mario Party

Before the latest smash and much before anything that could potentially keep your friendships together the first Mario Party force which we’ll be releasing on October 5th.

Super Mario Party as the name implies brings new minigames the ability to play on a single switch and even linking multiple platforms together for certain activities. The jury is out on whether the gameplay actually improves on its predecessors just remember to stay friends after extended play sessions.

7. Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game

Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game

Creating a proper video game experience centered around HP Lovecraft’s horrifying creations is tough. Nevertheless were incredibly hyped for cyanides Call of Cthulhu players assume the role of investigator Edward Pierce. As he heads out to dark water island near Boston to solve the debt of a family.

Focusing more on investigation and conversations Call of  Cthulhu will see Pierce struggling to maintain his sanity in the face of hallucinations and cult-like figures. Will he make it out alive? we’ll find out on October 30th. The game launches for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

6. Mega Man 11

Mega Man 11

This isn’t a new Mega Man X title but Megaman 11 looks pretty darn good with its sumptuous visuals. The same platformer shooting action that fans know and love is still here with eight robot masters to fight across eight stages. However, the new double gear system has us more intrigued.

Megaman can now activate the power gear system to fire a powerful shot or slow down time with the speed gear. At low health, a super powerful blast can be activated using both gears. Time trials, missions, leaderboards, and more are included with the base story. Fortunately, we won’t have to wait long to get our hands on it as Megaman eleven releases on October 2nd for Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo switch.

5. Call of Duty Black Ops 4Black Ops 4 System Requirements

Treyarch‘s latest black ops break away from an established Call of Duty tradition by having no single-player campaign. Regardless, call of duty black ops 4 will have multiplayer and the battle royale mode Blackout.

Blackout has already impressed many with this level of polish and well-crafted world design. Zombies maps will bring mutators and challenges to keep PVE players occupied. But will the entire package hold up over a longer period of time? we’ll find out when Call of Duty Black Ops 4 launches on October 12 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

4. WWE 2k19


Another year yet another WWE 2k title from Yukes and visual concepts. Don’t get us wrong there’s a lot to look forward to in WWE 2k19. The showcase mode returns and this time it focuses on Daniel Bryan’s journey from Humble newcomer to WrestleMania main eventer.

My player towers allow for daily weekly and pay-per-view challenges and my career mode will also return to provide a more linear story for your custom created wrestler. with stars like AJ Styles and pre-order bonuses like Rey  Mysterio and Ronda Rousey, will WWE 2k 19 regain some semblance of glory when it releases on October 9th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC? time will certainly tell.

3. Soul Calibur 6

Soul Calibur 6

Yet another long-awaited sequel is Bandai Namco‘s Soul Calibur 6. Classic characters like Mitsurugi, Sophitia, and Kilik return along with a few new characters as the story revisits hidden events from the first game. Soul Calibur 6 won’t just feature the same weapon based combat we’ve always loved. It will have special moves reversal edge which allows you to block and quickly strike back and the return of ring outs.

If that weren’t enough, along with the soul Chronicle story mode there’s “Libera of souls”. A campaign for one’s custom character that comes with different challenges. Soul Calibur 6 is out on October 19th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

2. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Releasing just a year after Assassin’s Creed origins, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey veers even further into RPG territory. The story this time around is set in ancient Greece with two protagonists Alexios and Cassandra. As a Spartan mercenary that travels away from home, you’re given the option of fighting in the Peloponnesian War for either Sparta or Athens.

With more combat possibilities and impactful dialogue and choice system, beasts like Medusa, and even larger world to explore. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey promises an even more epic adventure when it releases on October 5th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

Also, Check Out: Top Action RPGs of 2018

1. Red Dead Redemption II

Red Dead Redemption II

We’ve been waiting since 2010 for Rockstar to deliver a sequel to Red Dead Redemption and it’s almost here. Well, this story takes place before the events of the first game. Red Dead Redemption 2 is a massive step forward in terms of visuals, world design, and missions. Players will control Arthur Morgan traveling with the gang, fraternizing with your comrades and picking up new activities in the process.

You can partake in bank heists, build your relationship with an entire town, go hunting fish, and so much more. That’s not even including the online mode which launches in November. Red Dead Redemption II releases on October 26th for Xbox One and PS4.

Let Us Know Which Game Are you looking forward to play this Month.?

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Top 10 Games of 2017

Here is a look at the Top 10 Games of 2017. These are the top games that 2017 had to offer us and trust me there was plenty of games to choose from, but these are the games that we’ll keep playing on and on for at least a few more years

Top 10 Games of 2017

10. Resident Evil 7 Biohazard


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Let’s face it fans haven’t been too thrilled with the Resident Evil franchise. Thanks to the lack of scarce in resident evil 6. They were also pretty skeptical about the new look of the game. Well, from the first-person perspective a crazy country bumpkin family!! instead of zombies. But the game proved to be a contender for one of the most frightening experiences of the year. And Resident Evil firmly returned to its survival horror roots. With good gameplay creepy environments and to dinner seen that we will basically never forget, we should inform aunt Rohdy that fans are satisfied.

9. Super Mario Odyssey

Super Mario Odyssey
Mario games tend to be title so you can always depend on the plots always basic. But the King plays pretty much guaranteed to put a smile on your face. This game takes all of that precedent and ups at tenfold. It introduces a new gameplay mechanic that’ll make you think outside the box or in this case outside the cap. It also brings us new worlds that are full of collectibles to keep you exploring the beautifully crafted world. It’s basically everything you’d want from a Mario game for a new Nintendo console.

8. Wolfenstein to The New Colossus

Wolfenstien II

Talk about some interesting timing Wolfenstein 2 picks up where the last game left off. And continues the ‘what-if’ story where the Nazis won World War Two. William blaskowitz returns and has admittedly seen better days, but that doesn’t stop him from getting some pretty sweet guns. And doing what the Wolfenstein series does best, Gutting down every Nazi on screen.
It’s almost cathartic entry into the First Person Shooter genre with crazy story moments and plenty of fast-paced action. That will keep you on your toes, it’s exactly what you’d want out of a video game sequel. It’s bigger it’s better but it’s downright fun.

7. Nier: Automata

Neir: Automata

If you’re looking to find some deeper meaning to life within your hack-and-slash games. And I mean why wouldn’t you? this is definitely the game for you. Think of it as that one beautifully stylized anime series that doesn’t look like much at first glance. But it is pretty and here is just a giant ball of feels.
Taking place after nears fourth ending. Automata feature a balance of incredible gameplay, memorable characters, and an engaging story that you’ll be trying to decipher well after the credits roll. All in all, it’s an incredibly rewarding gameplay experience.

6. Divinity Original Sin II

Divinity Original Sin II

There are role-playing games and then there’s Original Sin II. It takes place centuries after the first game sorcerers are now criminals in the world’s eyes. Which of course means that you are a sorcerer. Once you create the character you set off on an ever-expanding journey full of side quests intriguing characters remarkable lands harrowing battles and enough branching pathways to keep you busy until they announce the third game and even then there will still be room for one to discover new things.

5. Persona 5

Persona 5

When they wrongfully imprison you and force you to live out your days in a Newtown. The best course of action is to head into weird palaces, hop on a creepy subway, become a swanky thief. And steal hearts with a “cat” sorry technically not a “cat”.
The Persona Series strikes again and has taken the hearts of JRPG fans the world over. But this particular entry really stands out with its art, style, music and the sheer amount of things you can do with the game. Assuming your cat doesn’t force you to go to bed. Damn it Morgana or phantom thieves we can stay up as late as we want. It’s available for legacy PS3 as well as newer PS4 Console.

4. The Legend of Zelda: breath of the wild

The Legend of Zelda: breath of the wild

Open world Zelda game there it is, we know that Zelda franchise has had its fair share of big and epic games but not have been quite this huge and this stunning to look at the gameplay is out of this world and you have to think about every move you make whether it’s coming through a puzzle filled shrine, deciding what spices to use on your food or even deciding what clothes you want to wear on your journey. This game is an absolute masterpiece and it’s definitely my pick for one of the best game of 2017.

3. Hitman The Complete First Season

Hitman The Complete First Season

If you are one of those people who are kind of bummed with the last few hitman games. Because they became a bit linear and you also didn’t get to check out this game as it was released episodically do this get this game, this is everything that has made Hitman great over the years.

As far as my concern goes, this version of hitman is the definitive version of the Hitman. It is balanced, it is polished, the levels are huge, they have a million different ways that you can get through them and frankly speaking you can spend hours on any one of its episodes getting all types of reactions and playing it in all different ways possible. It was a bit of a stretch for some people that they did this game episodically, but this is actually the game that sold me on the episodic model. As they work on each one it seems very much like they’re taking their time because each different episode is its own production and it really comes off that way. Because of this, I think this is easily the best entry to the Hitman series.

2. Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn

When we got our first glimpse of this hodgepodge of nature and technology we knew that it was gonna be something great, set in the 31st century our world has been taken over by machines but instead of looking like a nightmarish future where killer robots have decimated the land the world is now a beautiful landscape of plants and wildlife as mankind has returned to its more primitive roots combined with a compelling story. And combining the graphics with the memorable characters and creatures, oh man!! that will make your jaw drop, this is a definite must-have for ps4 owners.

1. Player Unknowns Battlegrounds

Player Unknowns Battlegrounds

This scheme basically has no right to be as addictive as it is, in fact, its flaws should probably keep it off the list. The bugs, the loot crate’s, the fact that it’s still an alpha and only has one freaking map so far, but it manages to do the one thing that video games are supposed to do, be a hell of a good time. Up to a hundred players fight in a battle royal as they parachute down to the map causing a mad dash to find enough equipment to stay alive and take out their adversaries. It’s fast-paced, it’s strategic, and it’s the most played game on Steam yet and that is why it is my 1st choice in this list.