This is the fourth expansion for Bungie’s wildly popular first-person shooter. This is actually Bungie’s first expansion for the game since splitting up with Activision, so it’ll be interesting to see what changes the studio is going to implement with this particular release. This story will take Guardians all the way to the moon, and introduce a whole host of new content to the game.
Personally, this is my most hyped up game of the month. I mean, look at how adorable Link is! This game is a remake of one of the most critically acclaimed entries in the Zelda franchise, tuning up those Gameboy graphics for some really dazzling visuals by today’s standards. Its distinctive art style is sure to win people over - no matter if it’s their first Zelda game or not.
Why is a goose game on this list, you ask? Where’s the title, you ask? I don’t have the answers you seek, but who doesn’t want to play as a goose pestering human beings everywhere? This title has weirdly already achieved cult status, seeing as how it’s been delayed so many times no one ever thought it’d see the light of day. But now, finally, we have a release date - and it’s this month!
The first Surge game was described as a sci-fi Dark Souls. This game seems to follow the same style of gameplay, with a couple of improvements. You get a whole bunch of weapon variety and a pretty extensive loot system, plus a couple of large-scale bosses thrown in to make things interesting. If you’re a Fromsoftware fan and need to scratch that itch sometime soon, this might be the game for you!
Here’s another game inspired by the Dark Souls series: Code Vein. This is an action RPG set in a post-apocalyptic open world, developed by Bandai Namco. It’s got some spooky vampire themes and the game’s opening is done by animation studio Ufotable, who also worked on animated sequences for the Tales of game series.
Ah, it’s the football game. This time around, FIFA’s getting intimate with its new Volta Football mode.You can play games on a more grounded street level here, with more of an emphasis on culture and player customisation. Of course, you can always go big with FIFA’s normal football modes too - you can’t go wrong either way!
This month in particular is packed with a pretty diverse array of video games. If you’re into shooters, pick up Borderlands 3. Football games? FIFA. Anime? Code Vein. Attacking people as a goose? Untitled Goose Game, baby!