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New ‘The Evil Within’ Trailer Shows That Enemies Are Not Your Only Problem

New ‘The Evil Within’ Trailer Shows That Enemies Are Not Your Only Problem

If you’re going to survive a playthrough of The Enemy Within there’s a few points you’ll first have to consider. Firstly you’ll need a strong heart and stomach to avoid gruesome creatures popping out at you from all angles. Secondly you’ll need to conserve your ammo, only using it when absolutely necessary. And finally you will need to use your wit avoiding traps and instead, using them to your advantage.

This new trailer shows you just how devastating traps can be in The Evil Within, but also shows how you can turn them to your advantage. Some traps can be avoided and turned on enemies, others can be dismantled and used to create stronger weapons and ammo. One things for sure, you’re going to need to use your head just as much as your gun to survive.

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Trailer – Gameplay, Mechanics And More

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Trailer – Gameplay, Mechanics And More

Set between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is an open world game that follows Talion, a ranger killed along with his family by the minions of Sauron. Talion is brought back to life by an Elven spirit and is bestowed with new powers as he seeks revenge for the death of the people he loved.

The below video explains more about the game’s story and mechanics and shows some of what you should expect gameplay wise.

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is due to be released in Europe on October 3rd for PC and consoles.

Our Week In Games – Week 87

Our Week In Games – Week 87

Fresh back from a weeks holiday I feel as if my gaming interests have been reinvigorated. I bought a ton of games in the Steam sale and look forward to playing them all over the next… five years. In fact recently I’ve almost completely abandoned console gaming in place of hours on end of Spelunky and some multiplayer PC games, which just goes to show that the recent crop of game releases really hasn’t grabbed my attention quite as much as I thought it would. Thinking ahead the only two console games I’m remotely interested in are The Witcher 3 and Forza Horizon 2, while I’m spoilt for choice right now on PC. Oh how the times are changing.

Jon 

So. Much. Watch_Dogs.

I’m walking along the road having just finished watching a cutscene heavy on exposition yet light on plot, when I see a Porsche-analogue screech to a halt. It then reverses furiously up the road, before slamming on again, and turning back to face me. There’s a beat, then it moves off again slowly following a line of traffic. It stops at the traffic lights behind a black SUV meters from my position.

The penny only drops when it pulls off again a little too slowly: I was being hacked by another online player and I (really stupidly) hadn’t realised. I was fascinated by the weird behavior of the car, for some reason not realising that it was probably another player behind the wheel.

I whip out my heavy machine gun, pop the two back tyres and unload the clip into the car as it tries to flee. As I reload the car slams into an oncoming vehicle. I fire another clip into the car and it explodes. I’m granted some xp, and a civilian calls the police.

Glorious.

Watch_Dogs aside I’ve been playing Rodina. It’s a space-based game where you fly from asteroid to planet, to asteroid collecting supplies and data packages. It fairly rough around the edges, but as you can actually get out your ship, walk around, and then visit every room In Your ship, it could possible be the game we’ve all been waiting for…

It’s early-early access but it’s already quite impressive. I’ll have words up on it this week.

Talat

Why oh why have I not played the Witcher series sooner? After watching E3 and being stunned by the look of Witcher 3, I decided to pick up the first two installments on STEAM’s Summer Sale, at £4.39 for both, who could resist?

I played the first Witcher for around 8 or 9 hours, before the unintuitive combat system and dull voice acting irked me just that little bit too much. “Blasphemy!” I hear you shout “you didn’t even finish the first game!”, not to worry friends, I caught up on all the lore via the Witcher Wiki before moving onto Witcher 2 (with quite extensive knowledge I’ll have you know), and I was pleasantly surprised to find absolutely every problem I had with the first game had been abolished. Combat is a joy, the voice acting is spectacular and the graphics are so vastly improved you can actually feel yourself fully immersed in the world of Geralt of Rivia. I plan on giving the first game a try once I finish my second playthrough of Witcher 2 because many claim that the story in the first far exceeds that of the second’s (however I find hard to care about many characters and their motivations when they’re blander than a documentary on monotony itself), but I’ll give it a try.

Witcher 3 looks to improve even further on the second installment, with a massive open world teeming with side quests and monsters, I can’t wait to get my hands on it. In the meantime, the world of the Witcher has engrossed me so much, I’ve actually looked at purchasing myself the original books, and finding those which haven’t been translated into English yet online. The books take place before the game series even starts, so it’ll be nice to find out a little bit more about Geralt’s roots.

For those of you that haven’t played the Witcher series, you’re missing out on the RPG experience of a lifetime, and if you can get past the rusted mechanics of the first game, I’m sure more RPG treasure awaits you there. I shall report back when I do!

Kevin

Torchlight 2

This week has seen me go gaming crazy after buying a boat load of games during the recent Steam sale. I’ve dabbling with Commandos, Magicka, Serious Sam, Unreal Tournament, Spelunky (as always) and laterally Torchlight II.

Since trying out Path of Exile my interest in ARPG’s has increased dramatically and I’ve taken quite a shine to Torchlight II in the past few days. I’ve not tested out the multiplayer side of things as of yet but the singleplayer is easy to pick up and really enjoyable to play. Of course I rolled a fire mage as is standard for any game ever, and though I might not be totally clued in on stats and equipment I have yet to die so I must be doing something right!

Chris

Very limited gaming this week, I’ve been too busy with work and the World Cup to get down and dirty with anything really. I might, with some luck, have some words on GRID: Autosport and Pro Cycling Manager soon.

Are achievements spoiling your enjoyment of games?

Are achievements spoiling your enjoyment of games?

There used to be a time when I loved the unique chime that sounded as an achievement popped, a time when I would battle through a game on the hardest settings just to hear it ring out and feel the sense of accomplishment as X amount of gamerscore accumulated into my total. Alas, the novelty of achievements have long since passed me by an now they serve only to annoy and distract me from immersion in a game.

I swear with every day that passes I feel like I’m turning into a grumpier, more critical version of myself. Always talking about how I enjoyed things more when I was younger and how I wish I could change them for the better. Achievements have now become just one of those things for me, to the point that I feel they regularly detract from my enjoyment of a game. I don’t need an achievement to tell me that I’ve accomplished story completion or that I pulled off a lucky kill by assassinating an elite from a 200m jump. The enjoyment is there to be had regardless and the fact that developers have to point out the ‘best bits’ of games by tagging them with achievements feels cheap in the same way that you went to see that one movie because the trailer looked great but they ended up being the only good parts of the whole film.

What’s worse is the whole nature of achievements mean that they have the potential to reveal (and spoil) major aspects of a game to someone before they’ve even played it. More recently this has happened with Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes and Dark Souls 2 but the practice of revealing plot details in the words of an achievement has long been around. I understand why some gamers love achievements and in turn why developers put these achievements into their games. But if they have to be there wouldn’t it be better for everyone if they were all made secret? Imagine starting a game not knowing anything about it, no gameplay, no interviews, no reading of achievements, just the naked experience of playing a game for the first time and discovering what it has to offer. I for one think that would be brilliant, but the way the media and gaming industry operate these days it’s almost impossible to actually accomplish this, at least for the larger AAA games.

Microsoft have recently pushed the achievement system to the ‘next-gen’ of annoyance by introducing non-game achievements to the Xbox One. These include such things as viewing a certain number of films in a certain time frame or rating content after using it. It almost feels as if the technology behind Kinect was pushed a step further version 3.0 could have the potential to have our whole lives encapsulated by digital achievements through motion tracking. That’s the direction I sense Microsoft are heading with this and how strongly I feel it’s a bad idea.

Do achievments spoil games

But this can’t just be the botheration of one sour faced gamer, surely there are more of you who share in this annoyance? Or maybe you love achievements and always will. Share your pain or elation in the comments section below, where we will decide the larger public view.

Kodu: Microsoft’s Tool for Schools – An Interview with Stuart Ball

Kodu: Microsoft’s Tool for Schools – An Interview with Stuart Ball

The summer, does anyone remember that time of the year? A time when it was warm and the sun lit up the world past half-four in the afternoon? I do, and I have located an interview I did at the Wales Games Conference which took place back in June. There was a stand for Kodu, a product from Microsoft Research which is in effect the forerunner to Project SPARK. I had the chance to speak to Stuart Ball from Microsoft Partners in Learning about what Kodu is, how Microsoft is helping with IT education in Britain and more. Hit the jump if you wish to find out more.

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Editor’s Blog – Chris on the Console Generations

Editor’s Blog – Chris on the Console Generations

The next generation of consoles is here at last, well at least it is the US with the PlayStation 4 going on sale yesterday. Over the next few weeks, us lucky Brits will see Sony’s machine and the Xbox One from Microsoft launch. I was in Game in Cardiff a few nights past and saw the new look shelves heralding the imminent arrival of the new machines.

It made me think about the generation which is now the old-gen. The humble Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are but things of a bygone era now. In reality they will still be fairly important to gamers and the industry for a year or so yet as people wait for the inevitable price cuts or a wider range of titles to launch.

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New Video Game Releases – December 2013 Schedule

New Video Game Releases – December 2013 Schedule

Welcome to The Reticule’s definitive roundup of gaming releases throughout December 2013. All release dates stated are for the EU, across all currently available platforms including Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

Still catching up with this months games? November’s release schedule can be found here.

3rd
Rainbow Moon
PSV

Battlefield 4: China Rising
PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, XO

Battlefield 4 China Rising Screenshot Expansion DLC December release date

In the China Rising expansion pack, the all-out war of Battlefield 4 is expanded with four massive maps, using all-new vehicles and high-tech military equipment. Ten new assignments and a new game mode, Air Superiority, are also available.

4th
Broken Sword: The Serpent’s Curse
PC

Broken Sword The Serpent's Curse Screenshot December release date

Paris in the spring. Shots ring out from a gallery… A robbery – a murder – and the beginning of another epic, original Broken Sword adventure. An adventure that will hurl intrepid lawyer George Stobbart and sassy journalist Nico Collard onto the trail of a murderous conspiracy forged in the cauldron of war-torn Europe. A conspiracy whose roots lie in mysteries older than the written word. Armed only with logic, integrity and a wry sense of humour – can George and Nico outwit evil forces both ancient and modern and save mankind from disaster? From a Curse forged by the Devil himself?

5th
3D Sonic the Hedgehog
3DS

3D Altered Beast
3DS

6th
Bravely Default (First Impressions)
3DS

Gran Turismo 6
PS3

Gran Turismo 6 Screenshot Super car December release date

Gran Turismo 6 will introduce new locations where the drama will continue to unfold: the Goodwood Hillclimb course, a very exclusive track that only a few selected guests had experienced until now, is recreated for the first time in a video game; the Silverstone Circuit, the holy ground of the GT Academy that nurtured gamers into professional racing drivers; and the legendary Brands Hatch of UK fame, for a total of 7 new tracks included at launch. No matter if you’re driving alone or if you are challenging rivals, GT6 will set the stage for your new drama.

Scribblenauts Unlimited
Wii U, 3DS

Zumba Fitness World Party
XO

10th
Unity of Command: Black Turn
PC

11th
Europa Universalis IV: Conquest of Paradise
PC

Europa Universalis IV Conquest of Paradise Screenshot December release date

Europa Universalis IV: Conquest of Paradise is the first expansion for the critically praised empire building game Europa Universalis IV, focusing on exploration of the new world and the Native American nations. The expansion allows you to send your ships off to the west and discover a new world, unlike any you’ve seen before – for the first time in a Paradox Development Studio game, you are given the option to discover a completely randomized American continent.

Angry Birds Go
Android, iOS, PC

12th
Let’s Sing
PC

13th
Wii Fit U
Wii U

17th
Dementium II HD
PC

31st
Flower
PSV

New Video Game Releases – November 2013 Schedule

New Video Game Releases – November 2013 Schedule

Welcome to The Reticule’s definitive roundup of gaming releases throughout November 2013. All release dates stated are for the EU, across all currently available platforms including Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

Still catching up with this months games? October’s release schedule can be found here.

1st
Battlefield 4
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Battlefield 4 Screenshot November 2013 European release date

Battlefield 4 is the genre-defining action blockbuster made from moments that blur the line between game and glory. Fueled by the next-generation power and fidelity of Frostbite 3 it provides a visceral, dramatic experience unlike any other. Only in Battlefield will you blow the foundations of a dam or reduce an entire skyscraper to rubble. Only in Battlefield will you lead a naval assault from the back of a gun boat. Battlefield grants you the freedom to do more and be more while playing to your strengths and carving your own path to victory.

WWE 2K14
PS3, Xbox 360

Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
PS3, Xbox 360

Lilly Looking Through
PC

Monster High 13 Wishes
DS, Wii, Wii U, 3DS

5th
Call of Duty: Ghosts
PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360

7th
Wii Sports Club
Wii U

8th
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Collection
PS3, Xbox 360

Assassin’s Creed Heritage Collection
PS3, Xbox 360

Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
Wii U

Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy
3DS

11th
PixelJunk Shooter
PC

12th
Disney Frozen: Olaf’s Quest
3DS

SimCity: Cities of Tomorrow
PC

13th
Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus
PS3

World of Warplanes
PC

15th
XCOM: Enemy Within
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

XCOM enemy within screenshot November 2013 european release date

XCOM: Enemy Within is the expansion to the 2012 Game of the Year award winning strategy game XCOM: Enemy Unknown. The new content adds an incredible array of new abilities, upgrades and weapons to combat new enemy and alien threats. It also introduces new maps, new tactical and strategic gameplay, and new multiplayer content providing a fresh new gameplay experience.

Baldur’s Gate II — Enhanced Edition
Andriod, iOS, PC

Deadfall Adventures
PC, Xbox 360

X Rebirth
PC

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360

Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!
PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360, 3DS

18th
The Lord of the Rings Online: Helm’s Deep
PC

19th
Need for Speed Rivals
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

22nd
Ryse: Son of Rome
XO

Ryse Son Of Rome Screenshot European release date November 2013

Ryse: Son of Rome tells the story of Marius Titus, a young Roman soldier who witnesses the murder of his family at the hands of barbarian bandits, then travels with the Roman army to Britannia to seek revenge. Quickly rising through the ranks, Marius must become a leader of men and defender of the Empire on his quest to exact vengeance – a destiny he soon discovers can only be fulfilled much closer to home.

Dead Rising 3
XO

Crimson Dragon
XO

Forza Motorsport 5
XO

Peggle 2
XO

Killer Instinct
XO

Tearaway
PSV

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
3DS

Young Justice: Legacy
PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U, 3DS

Battlefield 4
XO

Call of Duty: Ghosts
XO

Fifa 14
XO

Need for Speed Rivals
XO

Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
PC, PS4, Wii U, XO

Assassin's Creed 4 Black Flag Screenshot European release date schedule November 2013

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag begins in 1715, when pirates established a lawless republic in the Caribbean and ruled the land and seas. These outlaws paralyzed navies, halted international trade, and plundered vast fortunes. They threatened the power structures that ruled Europe, inspired the imaginations of millions, and left a legacy that still endures.

Just Dance 2014
XO

Madden NFL 25
XO

Skylanders: Swap Force
XO

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
XO

NBA 2K14
XO

29th
Killzone Shadow Fall
PS4

Knack
PS4

Pinball Arcade
PS4

Warframe
PS4

The PlayRoom
PS4

War Thunder
PS4

One Piece: Romance Dawn
3DS

Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Super Mario 3D World
Wii U

Minecraft
PSV, PS3, PS4

Blacklight: Retribution
PS4

DriveClub
PS4

Battlefield 4
PS4

Call of Duty: Ghosts
PS4

FIFA 14
PS4

Madden NFL 25
PS4

Need for Speed Rivals
PS4

DiveKick
PS4

Just Dance 2014
PS4

DC Universe Online
PS4

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
PS4

NBA 2K14
PS4

Skylanders: Swap Force
PS4

New Video Game Releases – October 2013 Schedule

New Video Game Releases – October 2013 Schedule

Welcome to The Reticule’s definitive roundup of gaming releases throughout October 2013. All release dates stated are for the EU, across all currently available platforms. Keep this page bookmarked for easy access, as we will link all previews and reviews when we post them on the site.

Still catching up with this months games? September’s release schedule can be found here.

2nd
Rain
PS3

Rain ps3 game screenshot october 2013 release schedule

Rain is an adventure game in which the player takes up the role as a young boy who is invisible and can only be seen when standing in the pouring rain. When walking under shelter outside the rain, the boy cannot be seen and can only be tracked by his watery footprints. The player will have to utilize the visibility of the boy, and other creatures, in the rain to solve various puzzles and tasks throughout the game.

4th
NBA 2K14
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD
Wii U

BEYBLADE: Evolution
DS, 3DS

F1 2013
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death
Xbox 360

Just Dance 2014
PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360

10th
Defense Technica
PC

11th
Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed
DS, 3DS

Beyond: Two Souls
PS3

Beyond two souls ps3 game screenshot october release schedule 2013

Beyond: Two Souls, which features psychological, spiritual, and thriller elements, is centered around questions about what happens after death. The game lets the player take Jodie Holmes through 15 years of her life (ages 8 through 23) on a journey to discover the true meaning of the entity Aiden, who has been alongside her throughout her life. The game’s producer noted that players might be able to find out “what lies beyond” after playing it.

Dragon’s Crown
PSV, PS3

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2
DS, 3DS

SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton’s Robotic Revenge
DS, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, 3DS

Turbo: Super Stunt Squad
DS, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, 3DS

12th
Pokémon X/Y
3DS

pokemon x and & y screenshot october 2013 release schedule

The he player controls a young trainer who goes on a quest to catch and train creatures known as Pokémon, and win battles against other trainers. By defeating enemy Pokémon in turn-based battles, the player’s Pokémon gains experience, allowing them to level up and increase their battle statistics, learn new abilities, and in some cases, evolve into more powerful Pokémon. Alternatively, players can capture wild Pokémon, found during random encounters, by weakening them in battle and catching them with Poké Balls, allowing them to be added to their party. Players are also able to battle and trade Pokémon with other human players using the Nintendo 3DS’s connectivity features. Like in previous games in the series, certain Pokémon are only obtainable in either X or Y, with players encouraged to trade with others in order to obtain all Pokémon from both versions.

18th
Skylanders: Swap Force
PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, 3DS

Rambo: The Video Game
PS3, Xbox 360

Sonic: Lost World
Wii U, 3DS

Air Conflicts: Vietnam
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

21st
Eldritch
PC

22nd
Just Dance Kids 2014
Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360

Rocksmith 2014
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

24th
The Sims 3 Into The Future
PC

25th
Batman: Arkham Origins
PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360

batman arkham origins screenshot october 2013 release schedule

Arkham Origins will feature similar gameplay to its predecessors. The Remote Claw is a new gadget which allows Batman to target two objects and pull them together allowing him to knock enemies together or hit them with objects. Tethering two walled-points together creates a tightrope that Batman can traverse. The Shock Gloves allow Batman to block electric attacks, instantly disable some enemies and stun shielded ones, and short circuit some objects within the environment. Some gadgets present in the Batman: Arkham series return in Arkham Origins, including: the Cryptographic Sequencer, which is used for hacking security consoles; the batarang, a throwing weapon; the batclaw, used for hooking on to a surface; Smoke Pellets, used for stealthy exits and entries; Explosive Gel; and the Grapnel Accelerator, an earlier version of the “Grapnel Boost”.

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate
PSV, 3DS

NARUTO Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

The Dark Eye: Demonicon
PC

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Wii, Xbox 360, 3DS

26th
Raven’s Cry
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

New Video Game Releases – September 2013 Schedule

New Video Game Releases – September 2013 Schedule

Welcome to The Reticule’s definitive roundup of gaming releases throughout September 2013. All release dates stated are for the EU, across all currently available platforms. Keep this page bookmarked for easy access, as we will link all previews and reviews when we post them on the site.

Still catching up with this months games? August’s release schedule can be found here.

3rd
Total War: Rome II
PC

Total War Rome II 2 Screenshot September 3rd 2013 Release Date Schedule

Become the world’s first superpower and command the most incredible and vast war machine of the Ancient world. Dominate the enemies of your glorious empire by military, economic and political means. Your rise will bring admiration from your followers but will also attract greed and jealousy, even from your closest allies. Will betrayal strike you down, or will you be the first to turn on old friends? How much are you ready to sacrifice for your vision of Rome? Will you fight to save the Republic, or plot to rule alone as Dictator — as Emperor?

Diablo III
PS3, Xbox 360

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
PS3

Rayman Legends
PC

4th
Killzone: Mercenary
PSV

6th
Farming Simulator 2013
PS3, Xbox 360

Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate
PS3, Xbox 360

Football Director
PC

Final Exam
PC

I Am Alive
PC

10th
The Sims 3 Movie Stuff Pack
PC

11th
DuckTales Remastered
Xbox 360

12th
Arma III
PC

Arma III 3 Screenshot September 12th 2013 Release Date Schedule

ARMA 3 is set in the near-future during the mid-2030s, where NATO forces deployed in the Greek islands of the Aegean Sea are trying to hold off a massive Iranian military offensive from the east. During the singleplayer campaign, the player will take the role of a British Special Forces soldier, Captain Scott Miller. Initially, the player must survive on their own after friendly forces are defeated in a failed NATO operation. During the campaign, the player will face everything from lone wolf infiltration missions to the commanding of large scale armored operations. The player will also be able to choose different objectives and weaponry (such as UAVs, artillery, and air support) according to their play style.

13th
Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection
PS3

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX
PS3

Puppeteer
PS3

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner – Soul Hackers
3DS

NHL 14
PS3, Xbox 360

16th
The Elder Scrolls Anthology
PC

17th
Grand Theft Auto V
PS3, Xbox 360

GTA V Grand Theft Auto Screenshot September 17th 2013 Release Date Schedule

Los Santos: a sprawling sun-soaked metropolis full of self-help gurus, starlets and fading celebrities, once the envy of the Western world, now struggling to stay afloat in an era of economic uncertainty and cheap reality TV. Amidst the turmoil, three very different criminals plot their own chances of survival and success: Franklin, a street hustler looking for real opportunities and serious money; Michael, a professional ex-con whose retirement is a lot less rosy than he hoped it would be; and Trevor, a violent maniac driven by the chance of a cheap high and the next big score. Running out of options, the crew risks everything in a series of daring and dangerous heists that could set them up for life.

MechWarrior Online
PC

18th
Dragon’s Prophet
PC

19th
Angry Birds Star Wars II
iOS

20th
Pro Evolution Soccer 2014
PS3, Xbox 360

Recovery: Search and Rescue Simulation
PC

24th
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
PS3

25th
Pac-Man Championship Edition DX+
PC

26th
Train Simulator 2014
PC

27th
FIFA 14
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Fifa 14 Screenshot September 27th 2013 Release Date Schedule

Career mode in Fifa 14 has been revamped. Additions include a Global Scouting Network through most countries, which allows hiring a scout to search for talent all season from various clubs globally. The Career Mode hub navigation has also been redesigned, with fewer interruptions and live scouting reports. Managers are now able to develop, build and refine their network of scouts, gathering details on the attributes and traits of players. This way of playing Career Mode also moves away from the concept of player overall rating as an on-demand metric of a player’s abilities. Instead, communication with scouts determines what type of player is wished.

Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness
PS3

The Guided Fate Paradox
PS3

Rise of Venice
PC

Alien Rage
PC

Inazuma Eleven 3: Bomb Blast/Lightning Bolt
3DS

Deadfall Adventures
PS3, Xbox 360

Girls’ Fashion Shoot
3DS