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Top 10 Games Coming Out November 2016

It’s the month before Christmas and Black Friday grows near. We’ve got Steam sales and winter sales on its way here! If you refuse to buy now before reading this list, Final Fantasy XV and Call of Duty titles you’ll miss!


Owlboy by D-pad Studio – November 1st

A game that’s spent a decade in the works. Owlboy is set in the land of the sky; the islands of the world below have been separated by a catastrophic event. The player controls a boy named Otus, who is a member of an owl–human hybrid race called the Owls. When Otus‘ village is attacked by a band of pirates, he sets out on a journey to save it from them.

Platform: PC


Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare by Infinity Ward, Activision – November 4th


This is the 13th instalment of the Call of Duty, set in the distant future. Infinite Warfare is centered around the battle for the Solar System. You play as Captain Nick Reyes a Tier 1 Special Operations pilot tasked to lead a crew against the Settlement Defense Front (SDF). A hostile military organisation that are attempting to take over

Platform: PC, PS4, Xbox One


Harvest Moon: Skytree Village by Natsume – November 8th

Harvest Moon is back to compete with Stardew Valley. The Oasis of the Harvest Goddess has dried up and has left the once lush and green land of Skytree Village, parched and dry. It’s up to you to revive the seven Skytrees to give the Harvest Goddess back her power.

Platform: 3DS


Robinson: The Journey by Crytek – November 8th

Crytek’s amazing Virtual Reality experience in Robinson: The Journey follows the journey of Robin as he’s left stranded in a land before time. He must search for the lost crew of the Tyson III after they crash-land on Esmeralda. Accompanied by robot AI HIGS, try and stay alive in this vibrant prehistoric world inhabited by colossal dinosaurs.

Platform: PSVR


Tyranny by Obsidian Entertainment, Paradox Interactive – November 10th

While not a sequel, Tyranny builds upon the gameplay and engine used in Obsidian‘s previous title Pillars of Eternity. You play a Fatebinder, where you need to travel the world to help restore order. After the evil lord Kyros‘ has conquered the world. Make decisions on how to handle the various factions of survivors, which can affect what companions, spells, and abilities the player may select from.

Platform: PC, Mac, Linux


Dishonored 2 by Arkane Studios, Behthesda Softworks – November 11th


The sequel to 2012’s Dishonored, is an upcoming stealth action-adventure. After Empress Emily Kaldwin is deposed by an “otherworldly usurper”. She and her bodyguard Corvo Attano must attempt to reclaim the throne. Play as either Emily or Corvo and choose to succeed each mission either utilising stealth or purposeful violent conflict. As they work together to restore their power and influence over the Empire of the Isles.

Platform: PC, PS4, Xbox One


Watch Dogs 2 by Ubisoft – November 15th

We’re moving away from the gloomy streets of Chicago, into the bright, colourful city of fictional San Francisco. Play as Marcus Holloway, a hacker at DedSec tasked to take down the city’s ctOS 2.0, an advanced surveillance system. The open world action adventure game is played in 3rd person and is navigated by foot or vehicle.

Platform: PC, PS4, Xbox One


Pokémon Sun and Moon by Game Freak, The Pokémon Company – November 18th

The 7th generation of Pokémon RPG plays in exactly the same way. Follow a young Pokémon trainer through the Alola region. As they train, collect and capture Pokémon to defeat the nefarious criminal organisation Team Skull. Sun and Moon will introduce new Pokémon species, including the Alolan forms of previous generation Pokémon.

Platform: 3DS


Killing Floor 2 by Tripwire Interactive – November 18th

Based on the events of the Killing Floor, a deadly outbreak from the bio-technology firm Horzine has unleashed Zeds that are rapidly spreading across the world. The Zeds are zombie-like creatures that are causing havoc across towns and cities. The FPS game can be played alone or in co-op mode with up to 6 players.

Platform: PC, Linux, PS4


Final Fantasy XV by Square Enix – November 29th

Final Fantasy XV is finally here after a decade of waiting. If you haven’t watched Kingsglaive, the basic premises for FFXV is the fight between the Kingdom of Lucis against the Empire of Nifleheim. You play as Noctis Lucis Caelum, heir to the Lucian throne, goes on a quest to retake his homeland. The game features an open-world environment and action-based battle system similar to the Kingdom Hearts series, incorporating the ability to switch weapons and other elements such as vehicle travel and camping.

Platform: PS4, Xbox One