The Wonderful 101-September 15
A mass hero action game from the team that brought you Okami and Viewtiful Joe, published by Nintendo and developed by Platinum Games. Players control a group of superheroes and must use them to explore each level seeking out citizens to help and eventually recruit them to join their group of heroes. The game has both single player and multiplayer modes with the multiplayer mode utilizing the WiiU game pad.
Grand Theft Auto V-September 17
The latest title in the beloved franchise developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games, the single player campaign is told between three protagonists that players will switch between. In addition to the single player campaign there will be an online multiplayer mode that will allow up to 16 players to player either competitively or cooperatively.
MechWarrior Online-September 17
Developed by Piranha Games and published by Infinite Games comes the new free-to-play vehicular combat video game. Players can customize their vehicle with weapons and equipment and then engage in 12v12 battles, therefore earning money for more customization. Currently there are two types of game modes either protecting and attacking a single base or capturing and holding several points.
Foul Play- September 18
Side-scrolling action adventure where you play as a daemon-hunter and his apprentice, everything takes place on a grand theatre stage and your performance is a spectacle for a thrilled audience. The battles are moments from the protagonist’s, Baron Dashforth, life with 22 different stages (including a battle in Atlantis!) and over 50 different types of enemies.
Ironclad Tactics- September 18
Fast-paced card-based tactics game set in an alternate history Civil War with steam-powered military robots. No micro transactions here! Players can unlock more cards as they play and can play with their friends online either through a co-op story mode or in skirmish and nemesis mode.
Takedown: Red Sabre-September 20
PC via Steam
Described as a “thinking-person’s shooter” Takedown is a close-quarters shooter that shows what one might see if watching an elite SWAT team taking down small numbers of dangerous adversaries. This game seeks to set itself apart from recent shooter games which have been “homogenized”, this game seeks to focus on tactical gameplay as opposed to guns blazing. “It is up to the player to ensure their team is equipped and ready for the tasks at hand. With features such as realistic bullet penetration, accuracy, and recoil, choosing the proper weapon, ammunition, armor, and gear for the mission is up to the player.”