Games of September – there’s a lot of them too

Games of September

The gaming drought is finally over; you can stop playing those same old games that have kept you busy for the last 3 months.

September is here, and it’s just the beginning as we are headed into the biggest months for gaming in 2015.

Those waiting for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, it’s just around the corner.

You can also look forward to playing Grow Home on PS4 for free as it won PlayStation’s Vote to Play competition for September.

Skylanders: SuperChargers is bringing about a brand new way to spend money on awesome figurines, and let us not forget Destiny: The Taken King, as it is set to add another dozen hours onto the already addictive MMO shooter.


Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

(PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, PC)

Development powerhouse Kojima Productions continues the Metal Gear Solid experience with the latest chapter, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

Ushering in a new era for the franchise with cutting-edge technology like the Fox Engine, MGSV: The Phantom Pain, will provide players with a first-rate gaming experience as they are offered tactical freedom to carry out open-world missions in any way they wish.

It’s already received fantastic reviews, so get excited.

Releasing: 1 September, 2015


Zombie Vikings


Hack through the boiling gingerbread swamps of Molgaga, take a cruise through the intestines of the Midgaard Serpent, fight giant troll poultry and find out how Söccer was really invented.

From the creators of last years’ indie hit Stick It to The Man! comes a new co-op 4 player stab-you-in-the-gut-a-thon with a dead funny adventure written by comedic genius Zach Weinersmith.

Releasing: 1 September, 2015


Grow Home


In Grow Home, you play BUD (Botanical Utility Droid), a robot on a mission top save his home planet by harvesting the seeds of a giant alien planet.

On his quest, BUD will discover a beautiful world of floating islands that are home to strange plants and animals.

Releasing: 1 September, 2015


Mad Max

(PS4, Xbox One, PC)

Descend into the post-apocalypic wasteland of Mad Max, where ammo is sparse and the key to survival is the possession of a car.

Take control of Mad Max and stay alive among the savage gangs of bandits who roam the desolate desert.

Use vicious on-ground and vehicular combat to ensure your own survival and explore a wide, open world.

Releasing: 1 September, 2015


Rugby World Cup 2015

(PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360)

Experience the passion of rugby in the official 2015 Rugby World Cup video game.

Choose from among the 20 teams in the World Cup and take part in the most prestigious competition in rugby.

Releasing: 4 September, 2015


Tearaway Unfolded


Tearaway Unfolded is an expanded retelling of the BAFTA award-winning Tearaway, reimagined for PlayStation 4.

The game has been rebuilt from the ground up to take advantage of the enhanced power of the PlayStation 4 and the unique features of the DualShock 4 controller, with new fourth-wall-busting interactions and a bigger, more beautiful world to explore.

Releasing: 9 September, 2015


Destiny: The Taken King

(PS4, Ps3, Xbox One, Xbox 360)

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 the solar system to ruin.

Can’t wait for its release? Check out our ‘What you need to know‘ article in preparation of its release.

Releasing: 15 September, 2015


Forza Motorsport 6

(Xbox One)

From the creators of the best-selling Xbox racing series comes the follow-up to the 2013 DICE Racing Game of the Year.

Collect, customize and race the cars of your dreams, including the videogame debut of the Ford GT.

It promises the most realistic physics-based weather system, more than 450 remarkably detailed ForzaVista cars, a fully realised damaged model and so much more.

There’s a reason it’s going to be a rather hefty downdload.

Releasing: 9 September, 2015


Pro Evolution Soccer 2016

(PS4, PS3, Xbox one, Xbox 360)

In PES 2016, the 1v1 player control have been enhanced, offering a wide range of movements with the existing controls.

Response times have been improved allowing players to manoeuvre in tight situations, which also benefits the upgraded feint moves that allow sudden directional change that can cause defenders to lose their balance.

It should also boast a visual upgrade of prior PES titles, but by just how much is up in the air until we actually get a whack at it.

Releasing: 17 September, 2015


NHL 16

(PS4, Xbox One, PC)

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 on the ice and an unrivalled game day atmosphere.

Releasing: 18 September, 2015



(PS3, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, iOS, Android, PC, MAC, PS Vita)

From all new player movement and likeness, to realistic animations and attributes, the FIFA development team have authentically recreated 12 of the top-ranked teams in the world.

Capturing all new player movement was done with meticulous detail and supported by a motion capture session at EA Canada with four top players from United States Women’s National Team: Sydney Leroux, Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe.

That’s right, women teams are coming to FIFA; it’s about time.

Releasing: 24 September, 2015


Skylanders: SuperChargers

(PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, 3DS)

In Skylanders: SuperChargers, Kaos’ quest to rule over the Skylands reveals his most sinister weapon ever – a massive ‘Doomstation of Ultimate Doomstruction’ capable of eating the sky itself.

Fortunately, Master Eon had seen the warning signs and assembled a special team of Skylanders to pilot an unstoppable fleet of vehicles with the power to destroy the reign of destruction!

With Skylands facing its greatest threat, the Skylanders must pilot their supercharged vehicles over land, under sea and through the sky to stop Kaos!

Releasing: 25 September, 2015


NBA 2K16

(PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC)

The NBA 2K franchise is back with the most true-to-life NBA experience to date with NBA 2K16.

Guide your MyPLAYER through the complete NBA journey, take control of an entire NBA franchise, or hone your skills online competing against gamers from around the world.

With animations that provide smoother movement and more realistic articulation, it’s certain to be the most authentic NBA gaming experience yet.

Releasing: 29 September, 2015

What titles are you looking forward to the most? Let us know in the comments and forum!

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