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Games of The Month: November 2016

Games of The Month: November 2016

November is a good month for video game fans, with a number of major titles coming out, in addition to the launch of Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro. Without further ado, here’s a list of this month’s biggest releases.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered

  • Release Date: 4th November
  • Platforms: Windows PC, Xbox One and PS 4


Featuring big names like Kit Harrington (or Jon Snow, as he’s better known) and Conor McGregor, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare takes you to the distant future, in a war to save the solar system. If that’s not a treat, along with it will be released the critically acclaimed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, everyone’s go to FPS from the time when COD was still an amazing franchise.

Dishonored 2

  • Release Date: 11th November
  • Platforms: Windows PC, PS 4 and Xbox One


The long awaited Dishonored 2 will finally be released this month, continuing the saga for revenge. You can play as either Corvo or Emily, each having their unique abilities that suit different plays styles. Whether you’re a stealth fan or prefer more of an in your face approach, Dishonored 2 promises to have something for everyone.

Watch Dogs 2

  • Release Date: 15th November (PS 4, Xbox One), 29th November (PC)
  • Platforms: PC, Xbox One and PS 4


The trailers looks amazing, the game looks beautiful and seems to have a lot of promise. However, we will finally find out whether hacking and running around feels as good as the videos once the game comes out this month. PC gamers will have to wait, however, as the game will release two weeks earlier on the consoles.

Assassin’s Creed: Ezio Collection

  • Release Date: 17th November
  • Platform: Xbox One, PS 4


The best Assassin’s Creed titles (in my honest opinion) are coming in HD for current gen consoles, and it couldn’t be better. The series has been more of a disappointment lately, and it seems like Ubisoft plans to bring back these old gems to redeem itself. The Collection comprises of Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood and Assassin’s Creed Revelations. 

Pokemon Sun/Moon

  • Release Date: 18th November
  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS


Pokemon Sun/Moon has been in news repeatedly, sometimes because of the adorable new bow-tie wearing Pokemon, other times for the atrocious dragon type Exeggutor. Nevertheless, one thing is certain. The Hawaiian-themed Alola region is a great place, adding a lot of changes to the way we have played Pokemon. I WANT IT. I WANT IT SO BAD.

Amnesia: Collection

  • Release Date: 22nd November
  • Platform: PS 4


Amnesia: The Dark Descent first came out in 2010, and became an instant favourite of horror fans, thanks to its novel reimagining of the genre. The aim in Amnesia is not to kill the monsters with an arsenal at your disposal, but to progress through a mysterious castle with minimal resources, avoiding contact with the nightmarish creatures in order to survive. Since it’s release, Amnesia has inspired a lot of horror games, in addition to helping PewDiePie build an identity (check out some of his old videos). However, The Dark Descent, its sequel, Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs and the side project Amnesia: Justine have been restricted to the Windows PC, Mac and Linux. Until now. All the three titles will be released this month for the PS 4 as part of the Amnesia: Collection. Don’t mind the screaming.

Darksiders: Warmastered Edition

  • Release Date: 29th November
  • Platforms: PC, PS 4 and Xbox One


A remaster of the original Darksiders, it includes a horde of improvements, including better environment rendering, enhanced textures and support for 4K resolution and was originally planned to be released last month month. THQ Nordic said that they need more time to “pull the game together”.

Final Fantasy XV

  • Release Date: 29th November
  • Platform: PS 4, Xbox One


Final Fantasy XV is an upcoming open world action role-playing video game being developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is the fifteenth main installment in the Final Fantasy series, and shares a thematic connection with Fabula Nova Crystallis Final Fantasy, a subseries of games linked by a common mythos which includes Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy Type-0. It is a major departure from previous games, providing a darker atmosphere that focuses on more realistic environments and human characters than previous entries.

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