20th to 26th November 2017 Releases

The AAA assault is over as smaller titles come out to play! Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV releases this week and other gems such as Battle Chef Brigade.

20th November

  • Battle Chef Brigade (PC, Switch)
  • A Nova California (PC)

21st November

  • Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney (3DS)
  • Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV (PSVR)
  • MXGP3: The Official Motocross Videogame (Switch)
  • Project Nimbus: Code Mirai (PS4)
  • River City: Rival Showdown (3DS)
  • SUPERBEAT: XONiC (Switch)
  • The Inpatient (PSVR)
  • Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure (PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One)
  • Uurnog Uurnlimited (PC, Switch)
  • World of Final Fantasy (PC)

22nd November

  • Stay Woke Etheral Edition (PC)

23rd November

  • ACA NeoGeo: Soccer Brawl (Switch)
  • Kid Tripp RUN! (Switch)
  • Letter Quest Remastered (Switch)
  • Mantis Burn Racing (Switch)
  • Stick It to The Man! (Switch)
  • Transcripted (Switch)
  • Worms W.M.D (Switch)

24th November

  • C64 & AMIGA Classix Remakes Sixpack 2 (PC)

This week your wallet can take a break from AAA titles though there are plenty of smaller titles. For all you VR fans of Noctis and the boys you are in luck as Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV releases on Tuesday. I have to admit it does look fantastic, although how much content you get I simply don’t know. Regardless, pretty boy Noctis has his rod out, will you join him?

Interesting fact this was the first VR based content Square Enix has developed.

Check out this absurd guitar fuelled trailer.

Here’s another quirky pick. An action game with plenty of combos mixed with cooking. It combines sidescrolling combat with match 3 cooking puzzles on a fantasy culinary theme. How good it will be I cannot say but I will say the theme looks charmingly unique.

Below is a trailer for this wonderful indie title.

Getting any games this week? Let us know in the comments below!

Gaming as long as I can remember. Started with the OG Gameboy and Super Nintendo. Ever since powering up that grey beast games have become an important part of my life. Tekken, Mario, Zelda, Metal Gear Solid and Bayonetta all live in my heart.