Pokemon Black & Pokemon White Version 2 – Nintendo DS
Both sequels to the fifth generation Pokemon games are due to hit shelves on the same day this week. Picking up two years after the events of the original games, the player will assume the role of a Pokemon trainer in the Unova Region, where there are a number of new locations, people and Pokemon to discover. The second installment of the Black and White Pokemon games also includes access to Pokemon Global Link, which enables the player to compete in tournaments, participate and monitor trades, as well as other online activities. Pokemon Black and Pokemon White Version 2 are scheduled for release on the Nintendo DS on October 7th.
Dishonored – PS3/Xbox 360/PC
Fable: The Journey – Xbox 360
Taking place 50 years after the events of Fable 3, Fable: The Journey puts the player back in touch with the ever-mysterious seer Theresa. Utilizing the Kinect and an in-depth combat system, players will be able to tap into a whole new level of immersion with the world of Albion and the characters they encounter. Fight enemies, solve puzzles and fight back the forces of darkness, all on the way to becoming a hero. Fable: The Journey is scheduled for release on Xbox 360 on October 9th.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown – PS3/Xbox 360/PC
From the creators of the Civilization games comes a new spin on the genre: civilization’s last stand. Assume the role of the commander of the XCOM project, where you must conduct research on the aliens that have threatened the very existence of Earth. Paired with the necessity to construct and maintain a base of operations, and issuing plans and commands to soldiers in the field, the clock is ticking. Will you be able to save civilization? XCOM: Enemy Unknown is scheduled for release on Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on October 9th.
Code of Princess – Nintendo 3DS
Delve into a world where monster and man once both co-existed in peace, but man has begun to flourish and the scales have been tipped. In a realm where the shadows are growing, combat is everything. Combining the rough-and-tumble elements of the classic 2D fighters with the customization element of RPGs, Code of Princess also offers the ability to take the fight online against rivals. Code of Princess also offers up to 50 playable characters, the ability to collect equipment, and over 100 quests (which include a number of co-op quests to tackle with friends). Code of Princess is scheduled for release on the Nintendo 3DS on October 9th.
Spy Hunter – PS Vita/Nintendo 3DS
Seamlessly merging driving with combat, Spy Hunter takes the player into a James Bond-esque world where all that stands between a terrorist organization and world domination is a figure known as the Agent. Promising extensive control of the G-6155 Interceptor, the game enables the player to tap into intuitive steering, access to car security, and a whole world of other tricks to keep the player in the game. Spy Hunter is scheduled for release on the Playstation Vita and the Nintendo 3DS on October 9th.