DAR Games: 10 Games Releasing In September And October

By @TrueGodImmortal

The year is almost over it feels like and gamers know what that means. September usually gets things started, and then October and November come along and empties out every gamer's wallets and then some. Well, today, we wanted to take a look at some of those gamers releasing in the next two months that could truly entice every gamer in some way. These are games with enough popularity and fanbase to pull attention and sales. You'll see a few games are missing from the list, like Super Mario Party and a few others, but every game listed here has huge anticipation and should be big sellers. Which games did we discuss that we release in the next 2 months? Let's take a look.

(Release Date: September 7, 2018)

-Probably the most important game on this entire list, Spiderman will likely change the way superhero gaming is viewed, much like the Batman Arkham series did on 360. This open world game looks like Insomniac Games were more than up to the challenge, as they allow you to use your web slinging skills to fight crime in the Big Apple, but also go toe to toe with some of the greatest villains that ever existed in the Spiderman world. With no specific comic or movie storyline being built in to the game, there is a good amount of flexibility for this game and this might end up being the best seller of 2018 if the reviews come back very well, which is extremely likely.

*NBA Live 2019
(Release Date: September 7, 2018)

-So, you probably are wondering why NBA Live is listed here right? I take it you didn't play Live 18 right? Well, that's your loss. With much improved gameplay, solid graphics, and better modes, Live 18 was actually a game that set the tone for future games, including their really fun The One mode, along with separating The League and The Streets, which is slightly corny, but also very entertaining. Add in the WNBA additions, smoother gameplay, even better graphics, and we might have a new (old but new) basketball gaming king on the horizon.

*NBA 2K19
(Release Date: September 11, 2018)

-So, the popular game has reached the 20th anniversary, but there is a stark reality about this series that is going on is that the game has lost their way. This edition looks like it might be nothing different, and that's tragic. The MyCareer mode seems awfully written, but the gameplay should be fine. The graphics even have room for improvement, but regardless, 2K will do their numbers. With LeBron on the cover as he heads to LA for the season, this game will definitely be successful, but after the last few underwhelming games and NBA Live back on the radar, can 2K hold off the challenger to the throne or will they fall victim to complacency once again? B-Fresh needs answers.

*Shadow Of The Tomb Raider
(Release Date: September 14, 2018)

-Another edition of the rebooted Tomb Raider series provides the fans with their third and apparently final look at Lara Croft and her journey. The rebooted Tomb Raider trilogy is one of the more interesting in gaming and this edition seems to have an even bigger emphasis on stealth and survival, with Lara being outnumbered in the South American jungle. Honestly, this rebooted version of Lara Croft is far from the best, but this is the final chance for the series to give us a game to be proud of and finally empathize with this version of Lara Croft.

*WWE 2K19
(Release Date: October 5, 2018)

-So, WWE as a company hasn't been the most entertaining and somehow their game falls into that same category as well. It sounds crazy in essence, but the last few editions of WWE 2K have been underwhelming and almost slightly out of touch with the wrestling gamer, which is no different than the product itself. Still, there are some elements that make the game worthwhile, like the expanding roster, the rebirth of the Showcase (featuring Daniel Bryan), and hopefully more crisp gameplay going forward. Will WWE 2K19 be the best edition 2K has given us? Only time will tell.

*Assassin's Creed: Odyssey
(Release Date: October 5, 2018)

-One of the most popular franchises in gaming returns once again with yet another edition that is sure to place it on a number of year end lists. This one is set in Ancient Greece circa 431 BC, and it looks intriguing. The gameplay seems promising and of course, the graphics are always a highlight, and having to choose between the male or female protagonist (Alexios or Kassandra) might add in a slightly different element of fun. Regardless, Assassin's Creed seems focused on utilizing as many RPG elements as possible on this game and whether or not that pays off, this game will be a topic of discussion for the rest of the year.

*Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4
(Release Date: October 12, 2018)

-Well, another year, another Call of Duty. We are used to this by now aren't we. Treyarch returns to form with the series that took COD to another level in a way, and this time, they are gambling big. Black Ops 4 has no single player campaign, which is honestly a mistake, but it is definitely attempting to capitalize the general experience for multiplayer centered gamers. There will be a battle royale mode called Blackout, but aside from that, Black Ops 4 takes you to the near future and allows you to fight through heavy shootouts like always. Essentially, the game hasn't changed too much, but maybe the lack of single plauer campaigns will make it more fun and give it more longevity? Or it will fail miserably? Regardless, it will be a hugely popular game this year.

*Battlefield 5
(Release Date: October 19, 2018)

-While I'm not the biggest fan of this series, I do believe that this game will be really good and I have some excitement to play it. The game is going to take a trip back to their WW2 roots, with a strong focus on Squad play this go round. I personally would love to see how everything plays out on the gameplay side, as one of my gripes about the last two games was that the gameplay had its fair share of mishaps, but if they fixed those minor issues, along with going back to the WW2 roots then Battlefield 5 might be a classic in the making. Only time will tell.

*SoulCalibur 6
(Release Date: October 19, 2018)

-Is this real? Is it happening? Yes and yes. Soul Calibur 6 has arrived, or at least it will arrive on October 19 and I guarantee you the gaming world will never be the same again. Well, that might be a little too much, but regardless Soul Calibur 6 will potentially be a top 3 game this year. It has everything the diehard fans of the series wanted and then some. What remains to be seen is how well everything gets executed and in less than two months, we will find out. Could Soul Calibur 6 be the game of the year? Possibly, but my bet would be on the final game we discuss.

*Red Dead Redemption 2
(Release Date: October 26, 2018)

-The long awaited sequel to a classic is finally almost here and after many delays, Rockstar has taken their time and likely crafted a game that would be borderline perfect. The early buzz on the game has been amazing and with the amount of time put into this Wild West open-world adventure, I expect nothing less than greatness. This game is actually a prequel of sorts, as it is set before the first Red Dead takes place, as they put you in the boots of Arthur Morgan, a rougher character than our protagonist from the first game, and that might be a good thing. Hours and hours of gameplay will make fans more familiar and appreciative of Arthur Morgan as a character, but until October 26th, our anticipation will continue to build.



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