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After Titanfall 2 and Skyrim: Special Edition landed this week the floodgates have been well and truly opened and the long summer drought is officially over. Now Battlefield 1 will be facing some competition from the series perennial foe as Infinite Warfare finally lands and a handful of great indie titles are also on the horizon.

(All titles are PC unless otherwise stated)

Monday, October 31st

  • Creepy Castle
  • Void Vikings
  • Other Worlds
  • Face your Fears
  • Marlene
  • Hitman – Episode 6: Hokkaido – PS4/X1/PC
  • MegaRats
  • Draconic Order VR
  • Mosaic: Game of Gods
  • VR Running Joe

Tuesday, November 1st

  • Shantae: Half-Genie Hero – Vita
  • Super Dungeon Bros – PC/PS4/X1
  • BlazBlue: Central Fiction – PS3/PS4
  • Tumblestone – WiiU/PS4/X1
  • Runbow (Deluxe Edition) – WiiU
  • Atari Flashback Classics Volume 1 & 2 – PS4/X1
  • Apollo 11 VR Experience – PS4
  • SteamWorld Collection – PS4
  • Earth’s Dawn – PS4
  • Owlboy
  • The Sims 4:City Living
  • The Revenge of Johnny Bonasera
  • Digimon Masters Online
  • Above:VR
  • Super Ninja Hero VR
  • Abode (EA)
  • Epic Flail
  • Heart and Seoul
  • Brumm

Wednesday, November 2nd

  • Florensia
  • Social Interaction Trainer
  • hack_me
  • King Machine
  • Crispy Chicken
  • ShotForge

Thursday, November 3rd

  • Twisted Fusion – WiiU
  • Heroes of Issachar
  • Moto Racer 4
  • Forestry 2017: The Simulation
  • Meow-Jong
  • VR the Diner Duo
  • Ice Station Z – 3DS

Friday, November 4th

  • Sega 3D Classics Collection – 3Ds
  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – PS4/X1/PC
  • Dead Age
  • Mario Party: Star Rush – 3DS
  • Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers – 3DS/PS4/X1
  • Football Manager 2017
  • Tablemen (EA)
  • Moto Racer 4 – X1/PS4/PC
  • Pirate Pop Plus
  • Gas Guzzlers Extreme – X1
  • Memory’s Dogma CODE:01
  • Dungeon Rats
  • Across
  • Volume – Vita
  • The Stargazers

 

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John Fletcher was born in Connectiticut, raised in Philadelphia and then became a man in England. He now lives in Plymouth which sometimes reminds him why his forefathers left there in the first place. Apart from his boring grown up job, John is a gamer, writer and general geek who can sometimes be found dressed as a Viking and swinging axes at other men…luckily most of them are doing the same to him.