There are always new games coming out and being developed, but here are a few that are standing out this month.
Life is Strange: True Colors
“Life is Strange: True Colors” is the third installment to the “Life is Strange” series, developed by Square Enix. The game follows Alex Cheng, an extreme empath who has the “ability to absorb and manipulate the strong emotions of others,” as stated on Square Enix’s website.
It was released on Sept. 9 to the Playstation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, Nintendo Switch, PC and Google Stadia. The original “Life is Strange” games were also released to the Nintendo Switch on Sept. 10. “True Colors” retails for $59.99.
WarioWare: Get It Together!
The “WarioWare” franchise is getting another installment with “WarioWare: Get It Together!” “Get It Together” will be a minigame party game for up to four players.
It was released on the Nintendo Switch on Sept. 10 and can be bought now for $49.99.
Lost in Random
“Lost in Random” is an action-adventure game developed by Zoink Games. Inspired by gothic fairy tails, citizens of the kingdom of Random have their fate decided by the roll of the dice.
“Lost in Random” released on Sept. 10 is available for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, Microsoft Windows and Nintendo Switch for $29.99.
Follow two rival assassins who are trapped in a time loop, doomed to repeat the same day for eternity in the next-gen FPS, “DEATHLOOP.” Playing as Colt, players must try to break the cycle by assassinating eight key targets before the day resets.
“DEATHLOOP” was developed by Arkane Studios and will be released on Windows PCs and the Playstation 5 as a timed console exclusive on Sept. 13. It can be purchased for $59.99.
Developed by Glass Bottom Games, “Skatebird” is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. This game gives players the opportunity to play as birds and go skateboarding. In the game description on Steam, you can “grind on bendy straws, kickflip over staplers, and carve killer lines through cardboard and sticky tape parks.”
“Skatebird” is planned to release on Sept. 16 to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC, Linux, and Mac computers. There is currently no price listed.