September is here and that means more than just back to school. It means AAA title releases for video games. As a gamer, I’m always searching for the latest titles and what might be released later in the year. I watched E3 this year and even though there were a lot of disappointments, there were a lot of titles to get excited about. September is the month with some of the biggest releases in the gaming industry that have been years in the making, and I know I’m not the only one excited about it.
Marvel’s Spider-Man is being released exclusively on PS4, and the long wait is almost over. Coming out Sept. 7, you’ll be able to embrace your inner superhero while defending civilians against crime on the streets of New York City. If you pre-order before the release you can score some awesome extra features. This includes a Spidey Suit pack, extra skill points, early unlock of a Spider-Drone gadget, Spider-Man PS4 custom theme, and Spider-Man PSN avatar
Dragon Quest XI: PS4 & Steam
Already gaining a score of 9 on Metacritic, before its Sept 4th release date. Dragon Quest XI has been long awaited by gamers in the West. There hasn’t been a Dragon Quest game on a major console since 2005 which was the PlayStation 2 with Dragon Quest VIII. Dragon Quest is a beloved RPG series that millions of fans love and I personally cannot wait to grace my PS4 with this beautiful title.
Shadow Of The Tomb Raider: PS4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
Square Enix, Crystal Dynamics, and Eidos Montréal. Are bringing us another Tomb Raider Title, on Sept 14. We now join Lara Croft on another journey as she ventures through Mesoamerica and South America. In the past, Lara has been known to attract all kinds of trouble. This includes getting into some pretty dangerous situations with bad groups of people, as well as ancient deities. We can’t wait to see how she will get herself out of the holes she digs herself into this time around.
Life Is Strange 2: PS4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
If you played the first Life is Strange, then you know how much of an emotional roller coaster it was. It was the type of game that gave you some tough decisions and even tougher consequences and this time around you’ll be controlling a different protagonist who is on a different journey of their own. Life Is Strange 2 will be released Sept 27.