September is here, and now that we’ve finished two thirds of the year already, we’re pretty much on the final lap, and it does come loaded and ready to roll. Summer is pretty much over, and Autumn is here.
While some say that the center of attention this month is the Nintendo Switch, everybody comes packing great new titles and remakes. So, to keep the story short – especially since there are so many good games coming out this month- let’s jump straight into the games shall we?
Spyro Reignited Trilogy – September 5th (PC, Switch)
The remake of the PS1 classic titles finally leaves the PS4-exclusive area and hits the PC and Nintendo Switch market. The titles of the friendly dragon come really loaded with beautiful new, and completely remade, visuals of the game complete the full package of the game. It is also great that it actually includes three games for the price of one when you think about it.
Gears 5 – September 10th (PC, Xbox One)
This game series has been emblematic for Microsoft since the Xbox 360, it’s pretty much Halo level of flagship games for the American company. This game will have new game modes as well as to feature the biggest scenarios and a long campaign mode. Allegedly this level is about fifty times bigger than anything we’ve seen before in the saga
Borderlands 3 – September 13th (PC, Xbox One, PS4)
The Borderlands game saga is probably one of the most original series of FPS games around there. One of the trademarks of these games has always been that there are a lot, and really, a LOT of weapons, but this one takes the cake. They claim that Borderlands 3 will include no less than 1 BILLION guns! So, good luck trying to collect them all.
Daemon x Machina / September 13th (Switch)
The new game by Kenichiro Tsukada, producer of the Armored Core saga. This Nintendo Switch exclusive is full of even more amazing robot fights and crazy artificial intelligence. Build you own mech and customize them as much as you can and beat up some evil robots. You can even team up with up to four players in co-op battle.
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening – September 20th (Switch)
This one might be a little odd, but it sure does have a huge audience waiting for it. The whole world stops when a new Zelda game comes out, and while this is not technically a “new” Zelda game, it’s indeed a great modernization of the classic. A new visual style, new art and tons of new content makes it up to be almost an entirely new game all by itself
FIFA 20 – September 24th (PC, Xbox One, Switch, PS4)
This is yet another yearly release of a FIFA game. Aiming to be the most realistic FIFA experience, this game includes tons of new mechanics and physics to give it more depth and realism to the game experience. The gameplay has been improved as well as the visuals of the game
Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition – September 27th (Switch)
With a title this long one has to think if any game could be good enough to justify it. However the game really does. The Definitive Edition adds new story and deeper backgrounds. You can even switch (pun intended) between the 16-bit graphics and the HD visuals. Including the english and japanese voice acting as well as new music, new game modes and even new difficulty settings for those looking for more of a challenge