8 Games Coming Out this Week

Destiny, Forza, Pro Evolution Soccer, NHL and more are set to launch this coming week across the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3,...
By GameOverViper, Published: Sep 13, 2015 | Updated: Jan 19, 2016 | |
  1. Destiny: The Taken King Legendary Edition
    • Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360
    • Release Date: September 15
    Destiny: The Taken King delivers the next great adventure in the Destiny universe.
    Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition is perfect for new and existing Guardians that are ready to jump into the Destiny universe or continue to carve their legend in the stars. The Legendary Edition features the complete Destiny experience including The Taken King, the next evolution in the Destiny universe, Destiny, Expansion I: The Dark Below and Expansion II: House of Wolves. Unite with 20 million Guardians in the fight to defeat Earth's enemies, reclaim all that we have lost, and Become Legend.

    The Taken King:
    A dark shadow has fallen over our worlds. Oryx, The Taken King, is hell-bent on vengeance and is raising an army of corrupted "Taken" forces by manipulating the Darkness itself. You must find a way into his impenetrable Dreadnaught ship to defeat The Taken King before he and his dark army consume our civilization and bring our solar system to ruin.

    Destiny: The Taken King, the next great adventure in the first person shooter Destiny universe, introduces a new story campaign and quests, new enemies to fight, new locations to explore, new Strikes and Crucible maps, a new Raid that will put players to the ultimate test, and more. To stand up to the challenge, players will have access to three new devastating Guardian subclasses, and a massive arsenal of weapons, armor, and gear.

    Forza Motorsport 6
    • Platform: Xbox One
    • Release Date: September 15
    Simply put, the Hellcat is the most powerful American muscle car ever built. If that is not enough to make you want to experience its 707 supercharged horses of power, then maybe you are more suited to minivans. However should you have the urge to burn rubber at speeds approaching triple digits, then the Hellcat is definitely for you. While the unforgettable roar of the Hellcat is something you won't soon forget, it is good to know that the suspension, brakes, and aero were all specially built to handle a top speed that even Dodge won't disclose. And don't forget: the Hellcat is not electronically limited. How fast is she? Well, you will just have to find out for yourself.

    Pro Evolution Soccer 2016
    • Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC
    • Release Date: September 15
    From its humble origins on PSOne, the PES series has leaped from format to format, adding ever more realism as it evolved. This heritage has been celebrated in PES 2016's new tagline Love The Past, Play The Future', highlighting the series' recent return to core PES values in last year's PES 2015 and focusing on the many new gameplay and presentational elements that will further establish the series as the definitive football experience.

    PES 2016 aims to retain its title of Best Sports Game', as voted across the world at games shows and by major media outlets in 2014, by continuing to lead the way in the recreation of The Beautiful Game'. The series aims to go back to its roots to create an exciting match between users, and proudly present PES 2016 to deliver quality gameplay following The Pitch is Ours' mantra. From further integration of the industry leading Fox Engine to bring the on-pitch action to life and the full commitment to centre the product around creating the best gameplay experience, to the full redevelopment of Master League, every facet of the game has been enhanced to deliver yet another outstanding product.

    NHL 16
    • Platforms: PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
    • Release Date: September 15
    Built with more input from our fans than ever before, NHL 16 steps onto the ice to deliver ways to compete as a team, new features across the most played single-player modes, gameplay innovation at every position and an unrivalled game day atmosphere.

    NHL Legacy Edition
    • Platforms: PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
    • Release Date: September 15
    EA SPORTS NHL Legacy Edition brings together the most popular modes and award-winning gameplay features from nine years of NHL hockey. Featuring updated rosters and authentic schedules, it's the perfect experience for fans looking to get that complete hockey fix on Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.

    Disgaea Triple Play Collection
    • Platforms: PlayStation 3
    • Release Date: September 15
    Disgaea hit the PS3 early Disgaea 3 in 2008, again in 2011 with Disgaea 4, and then the spinoff Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness changed up the formula on 2013. These three games make up the Triple Play Collection. The European version is priced at 40 Euros, so it’s assumed that the North American version should be around 40 dollars.

    Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson
    • Platforms: Nintendo 3DS
    • Release Date: September 15
    The naughty yet very nice ninja girls of the SENRAN KAGURA universe return to the 3DS in a fresh, new 2.5D side-scrolling brawler. Featuring the series' trademark high-flying, clothes-ripping battle mechanics, SENRAN KAGURA 2: Deep Crimson follows the events of SENRAN KAGURA Burst, sending all 12 of the original cast members on another supernatural martial arts adventure through modern Japan. For the first time in the series, shinobi can fight in pairs, covering each other's backs or combining special techniques as needed, or fight alone to give their partners time to recover after bouts of intense combat. One player can control both team members, switching back and forth at will, or two players can fight together in co-op mode, side by side.

    World of Warships
    • Platforms: PC
    • Release Date: September 17
    Battles will take place on specific maps with their own atmosphere, weather conditions and flow of battle, which are set locations taking place within the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic. To win each battle the player will need to employ different strategies, depending on the role of their vessel. Players gain experience and credits based on their performance within battles, which can be used to research and purchase additional ships of varying tiers of progression as they advance through the tech trees of different nations. The types of ship available will be destroyers, cruisers, battleships and aircraft carriers. These ships can be either real historical ships or blueprint prototypes from a variety of forces such as the United States Navy, Imperial Japanese Navy, Kriegsmarine, Royal Navy, and the Soviet Navy; other navies like the Marine nationale and the Regia Marina will also be featured later down the development path. Submarines and torpedo boats will not be present in World of Warships.

    Divisions are the equivalent of flights in World of Warplanes and platoons in World of Tanks, allowing a group of players to join and fight battles together. Clan wars in World of Warships will be played out in the ocean. Clan wars are where different clans play a match against other clans in order to get land or maintain control of a region. Like World of Tanks and World of Warplanes, different sectors of the ocean can be occupied by different clans and ports that enables for ships to get out on the front.

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