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New Games September 2020

All Big Games Coming Up

The Games You are Looking forward to for September

Release September 4

Marvel’s Avengers is an action role-playing brawler video game co-developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix. Based on the Marvel Comics superhero team the Avengers, the game is mainly inspired by the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s iteration of the group, as well as the long-running comic book mythology.

Release September 4

Once again players will journey deep underground and explore amazing places filled with traps, treasure, and secrets – but this time as Ana Spelunky, the child of the adventurers of Spelunky.

Release September 12

2K is launching Mafia II: Definitive Edition for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC today. The game is remastered in high definition (4K-compatible graphics) with all of the campaign add-ons and content packs released for the original game. Mafia II: Definitive Edition is part of a larger Mafia Trilogy that the publisher is repackaging for fans of the crime series.

Release September 8

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning. The hit RPG returns! Remastered with stunning visuals and refined gameplay Re-Reckoning delivers intense, customizable RPG combat inside a sprawling game world

Release September 28

Many objects and places of significance are spread throughout the map. Players can control up to four of their characters at any one time. By completing quests to advance the story, the player is able to unlock a total of 30 playable characters. Also, Genshin Impact is a multiplayer video game.

Release September 4

It is the 22nd installment in the NBA 2K franchise and the successor to NBA 2K20. The game was released on September 4, 2020 for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, and will later be released for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

Release September 4

Games tend to age poorly — whether it’s the graphics, controls, or subject matter — and so they’re regularly rereleased in an attempt to update them for modern tastes. It’s a tricky balancing act. Change too much, and the game loses what made it interesting in the first place. Change too little, and it will feel like a relic. Few games get it right. But Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 nails that balance: it might just be the perfect video game remaster.

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