PC Games Calendar – September 2016 – Big games of September 2016

PC Games Release Date List: September 2016

Big games of September 2016

PC Game Category   Estimated Release
The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition     Rpg September 9, 2016
NASCAR Heat Evolution    Simulation September 9, 2016
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 Sports September 13, 2016
ReCore Action September 13, 2016
BioShock: The Collection Action September 13, 2016
NBA 2K17 Sports September 20, 2016
Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade Strategy September 23, 2016
FIFA 17 Sports September 27, 2016
Forza Horizon 3 Racing September 27, 2016

– All Games –

One Piece: Burning Blood – Sep 2

Ian’s Eyes – Sep 1

Featherpunk Prime – Sep 1

Fall of Civilization – Sep 1

GunGirl 2 – Sep 1

DragonBlast VR – Sep 1

Pozzo Jello Crusade – Sep 1

Agent Walker: Secret Journey – Sep 1

Earthlock: Festival of Magic – Sep 1

The Metronomicon – Sep 1

De-Void – Sep 2

Kuboom – Sep 2

Alpha Decay – Sep 2

Grid Legion, Storm – Sep 2

The Lords of the Earth Flame – Sep 2

Redout – Sep 2

Cliff Hanger – Sep 2

Seasons After Fall – Sep 2

Mother Russia Bleeds – Sep 5

Space Hole – Sep 5

Space Rangers: Quest – Sep 5

The Garden – Sep 6

Goo Saga: HD Edition – Sep 6

Intensive Exposure – Sep 6

Reverence: The Ultimate Combat Experience – Sep 6

Divided We Fall – Sep 7

Unbox – Sep 7

Dogos – Sep 7

Police Tactics: Imperio – Sep 7

NightmareZ – Sep 8

Project Highrise – Sep 8

Log Drive Runner – Sep 8

Calm Down, Stalin – Sep 8

Momonga Pinball Adventures – Sep 9

Pixel Puzzles Ultimate – Sep 9

Path of War – Sep 12

RIVE – Sep 13

Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics – Sep 13

Rollercoaster Tycoon: Mega Pack – Sep 13

Fatal Theory – Sep 14

Avadon 3: The Warborn – Sep 14

Event[0] – Sep 14

VRNinja – Sep 14

Albino Lullaby: Episode 3 – Sep 15

Dispatcher: Revoke – Sep 15

Stars in Shadow – Sep 15

Monster Slayers – Sep 15

Dream Car Racing 3D – Sep 15

Sorcery! Part 4 – Sep 15

Galactic Fighters – Sep 15

Lew Pulsipher’s Doomstar – Sep 16

TankYou! – Sep 16

Cossacks 3 – Sep 20

Agenda – Sep 21

Red Comrades 2: For the Great Justice – Sep 22

The Uncertain – Sep 22

Virginia – Sep 22

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero – Sep 27

Office Freakout – Sep 27

Eliosi’s Hunt – Sep 28

Burly Men At Sea – Sep 29

Lance A Lot – Sep 29

Particle Fleet: Emergence – Sep 29

Laser Disco Defenders – Sep 29

Desperate Times – Sep 30

Hyper Gods – Sep 30

AquaNimble – Sep 30

Tablemen – Sep 30

Gears of War 4 Uses NVIDIA PhysX for Wind Flares; Dev Teases Exciting Twist Near the Campaign’s End

Gears of War 4 is surely one of the biggest game releases in 2016. Set 25 years after the original trilogy, it features Marcus Fenix’s son JD as the protagonist who has to face a new threat to humankind.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided PC Reviews (Critic Reviews)

Rating: 85/100 – Based on 7 Critics

GameInfo: Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is an upcoming cyberpunk-themed action role-playing stealth video game developed by Eidos Montreal and published by Square Enix as a sequel to the 2011 Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Set two years after Human Revolution, Mankind Divided features the return of Adam Jensen from the previous game, with new technology and body augmentations.

95 – GameWatcher
“When pressed for what game I think is my favourite of all time, I invariably come back to Deus Ex. There have been games that have done parts of it better, shooting, stealth, open world exploration, but no game had done them all at the same time wrapped in a world that responds to your actions right down to chastising you for going in the ladies restroom. Eidos Montreal’s third game in the series, Human Revolution, was a wonderful continuation of that ethic. The story didn’t gel as well as it could’ve, and the less said about the boss battles the better, but otherwise it was a great modern Deus Ex. Now 5 years later Eidos Montreal have finally finished their sequel. Does it stand up to the legacy, or is it disappointing like the last even-numbered Deus Ex game?”
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88 – GameCrate
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided isn’t a revolutionary experience, but it is a high-quality one in just about every way. If you’re a fan of the genre or the series you’ll love it, and it’s worth a look even for those new to this kind of game (though prepare to wade through hip-deep lore as you go).
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90 – GameCynic
Despite some minor technical flaws and gameplay kinks Mankind Divided is a satisfying game that successfully captures and improves upon the Deus Ex formula.
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85 – Paulsemel
By mixing role-playing, first-person shooting, and stealth action into a futuristic setting, Deus Ex Mankind Divided is a great cyberpunk action/adventure game.
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80 – PC Invasion
Mankind Divided trades some global breadth for localised depth, setting the majority of its free-approach missions in Prague. The narrative feels closer to home too, thrusting Jensen in with the oppressed augmented masses. It’s a strong sequel, reinforcing the mechanics of player agency and unique world design Deus Ex is famous for, but unresolved plot points do disappoint.
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80 – GiantBomb
Adam Jensen’s return is largely successful, even if the conspiracy surrounding him could’ve been a little more engaging.
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80 – Gamereactor
“It’s an experience that conveys choice, with its narrative sculpted around your actions and combat approachable in multiple ways.”
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As more and more new gamers shy away from the classic consoles and turn to their PC, the internet, a smartphone and now even their smartwatches to access some of the best gaming action available we take a look at just some of the online gaming highlights which have evolved from popular video game franchises.
Whilst most of the time it’s a social network that does little to cater for real gaming fans there have been a number of cool apps available to Facebook users. One of which is its special free version of the classic simulation game ‘The Sims’. You can create and build up to 16 customisable inhabitants that you can guide through their simulated life’s letting them get married, have babies and even take care of their virtual homes and gardens.

There are plenty of incarnations, sequels and spin-offs of the strategy based game ’Total War’. One of which was 2012’s release of ‘Total War Battles: Shogun’ which was made readily available for the touch screen generation with its release on iOS. The game was then subsequently released on both Microsoft Windows and Android also. There was still a great deal of combat management, the organising of troops and other war-based strategies to consider much like other games in the series. This mobile-based version was an appealing alternative option to the traditional set of PC and Mac-based games in the franchise.

A superhero based spin-off slot game is nothing out of the ordinary particularly at a time when DC and Marvel heroes and villains are literally swarming theatres almost every month. One of the better slots games from the myriad of online casino games at Fruity King is ‘mobile casino’ slot game.

For those long forgotten classic console games there are now heaps of emulators available online which means you can quickly re-familiarise yourself with cult games that take you right back to your childhood. So whether it’s Pac-Man or Asteroids you can instantly turn your PC or smartphone into a mini-console or arcade device. One particular game that works well with emulation is Sega’s classic ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’. So much so that Sega even unveiled the full original game optimised for iOS and Android so that smartphone and tablet users could now enjoy all the classic ring grabbing action. The re-mastered version includes all the familiar zones and characters from the game and has been developed in widescreen, perfect for smartphone players.

NBA 2K17 PC System Requirements Revealed

With the opening of the pre-orders of NBA 2K17 on Steam, 2K Sports shared the PC requirements for the game. The game’s recommended system requirements call for an Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and a DirectX 11 compatible graphics card.

Processor: Intel Core2 Duo or better
Memory: 2GB RAM or more
Operating System: Windows 7 64 bit or higher
Hard Drive: 60GB or more available space
Graphics: DirectX 10.1 compatible (512 MB) or better
DirectX: Version 11
Sound Card: 9.0c compatible
Input: Keyboard or dual-analog gamepad

Release Date: September 16, 2016

Through The Woods – Screenshots

Imagine a quaint Norwegian town with a wood outside. Those woods are filled with creatures of Norse mythology. Thor kidnapping your child would be a godsend. Join the tale of a mother who has to dive into a forest filled with Norse beasts to find her missing child. Developer Antagonist had GDC and PAX Prime around their finger with the demo, so they are on the right track, but will it stay scary for long enough to remain satisfying?

Release Date: Q4 2016