Most Anticipated Game for September 2017

September 2017

With all of the games that came out for August, which was just a weird month of a ton of games coming out, it’s hard to imagine that September would be the same. It’s even harder to imagine that the year is basically over because once you hit September, the next thing you know you’ll be seeing a blog about my most anticipated game for January 2018 before long. Anyway, here’s what’s coming out and what I’ll be looking forward to.

*Just as a side note, my list of September releases is not perfect. There might be some missing, or some dates may change. If you have anything you want to add feel free to let me know in the comments and I’ll include it in the list.*

Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth – PS4 / PS Vita
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Destiny 2 – PS4

PES 2018: Pro Evolution Soccer – PS4 / PS3
Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash – PS4
NASCAR Heat 2 – PS4
INSIDE/LIMBO Double Pack – PS4

NBA 2K18 – PS4 / PS3
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider – PS4
NHL 18 – PS4
NBA Live – PS4

Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite – PS4
Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2 – PS4
The Binding of Isaac: Afterbith + – PS4
Road Rage – PS4

Project CARS 2 – PS4
LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game – PS4

EA Sports FIFA 18 – PS4 / PS3
Blue Reflection – PS4
Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition – PS4
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony – PS4 / PS Vita

Gundam Versus – PS4

And that’s everything for the month of September, excluding downloadable games only. It’s a pretty solid month coming off of a month that was also solid so things are looking good for the peak holiday time of gaming. This probably means that I’ll be broke as usual, but so will a lot of people. Anyway, I’m going to be skipping the releases this month and working on my backlog. I’m really interested in Knack 2 and Road Rage. Knack was the very first game that I played on my PS4 and it holds a special place in my heart. Road Rage on the other hand reminds me of Road Rash which I used to play on my Sega Genesis all the time while listening to Motely Crue. I know, I was awesome. Anyway, while both of those games look interesting I’m fine with holding off on them until a sale.

Now it’s your turn. Which games will you be picking up for September? I know a lot of you are going to be playing Destiny 2, but I’m going to be skipping it since I wasn’t at all impressed with the first Destiny which I played for a week before giving up on the grind of a game. There are also a lot of sports games coming out this month, so let me know in the comments section what games you’ll be picking up if any or if you’ll be working on your backlog.


Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2 – Episode 1 – Hero in Residence Review (PS4)

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I really didn’t want to pick up this game after last season. This is one of Telltale’s mediocre games and I wasn’t happy that after playing the initial 5 episodes that they added DLC to wrap up the story. This also wasn’t the game that I was hoping would be coming out so quickly, since I was hoping for The Wolf Among Us season 2. I know we’re finally getting this game after so long, but I figured it would come before Minecraft: Story Mode. Anyway, I’m a sucker for sequels and second seasons especially if they have the same character so I picked this one up.

Picking up basically right where Season 1 ended, Season 2 starts with Jessie being the big hero that she is and she basically has lost touch with her friends. Moving up in the world, Jessie has her own, town or village, whatever you want to call it, that she runs with her new intern. While everyone seems fine doing their own thing, Lucas is off writing books, Axel and Olivia have their own places to run, it’s Petra that’s having the hardest time with the transition. Petra misses the old adventuring days and asks you to come adventure with her. She has some ulterior motives to why she needs you and will eventually need your help, but not before you find a new and mysterious portal and a glove that just won’t come off your hand. Making some new friends along the way you’ll go on another adventure to get this glove off your hand, making extremely difficult choices as you go, like what to write on a sign. Anyway, by the end of the episode you’ll have a new nemesis and a new threat to your booming town.

I have to say that I found this first episode to be interesting. I liked being able to walk around a town that was my own and interact with the people that chose to live there. Also there was a big festival celebrating Jessie so that was pretty awesome. I also enjoyed the character development between Jessie and Petra and learning about how while everything seemed fine, Petra was actually suffering from the groups new found fame and fortune. I did find the story to be a little on the cliché side though as of course there’s another big bad that you’ll have to fight in order to save the world of Minecraft once again. I know that every game has to have its big bad to fight, but it just seems like, “I guess I have to save the world again.” Other than that I thought it was a pretty solid episode, and a good start to a season that will hopefully be better than the last.

WARNING! This is nothing major, but I just wanted to put it out there that if you’re like me and you beat your games, then delete them, especially if they’re digital, and then transfer over your saved data into the cloud, that the game will not pick up your saved data from the cloud. At least not on the PS4. I had to reinstall the first season, reinstall my data, without the game being installed you can’t reinstall the data, and then start season 2. Not a big deal, but a little hassle that you can avoid.

This game is basically the same thing as the first season, so the mechanics are the same, but there was some more building and some more crafting and I found that to be some of the more interesting things. The first season had some of this, but the second season seems to give you a little more freedom when it comes to this type of thing. I found the fighting scenes to be a little off a times as they mixed up the quick time events with some actual fighting mechanisms. For these types of games, I think the quick time events work a lot better and they should stick to that. This was a bit of a problem last time around and I would have at least though that it would have been fixed and it would have been just quick time events, but it’s not. Other than that the game ran smoothly and there were no bugs or glitches when I played.

The graphics were the same as last season, and just like last season they work because it fits into the whole Minecraft universe. This is a big thing when it comes to the Telltale games. The graphics have to feel like they fit into the genre of game that they’re developing and this is one of the games where it works, and it works well.

Play this episode from beginning to end and you’ll earn yourself 6 trophies. Gone are the trophies from last year that make you do specific things so you can just play how you want and no matter what you’ll get the trophies. At the end of the season you’ll be getting yourself another platinum to add to your growing list of Telltale platinum trophies.

There is no multiplayer for this game, which I am eternally grateful for, but there is crowd play. Being that I’m lazy and still refuse to setup a Telltale account I haven’t tried this feature yet. If you have feel free to tell me how it works down in the comments section below.

Overall I give this episode a 4 out of 5.

What’s Great:
+ Strong start to the season, even though this was the case last season before it went downhill.
+ It’s nice being the big hero that everyone looks up to and as Jessie you kinda get to do this.
+ Bug and glitch free, which is nice since with a Telltale game this can go either way.
+ Graphics match the overall Minecraft feel and really work for the game.

What’s Not So Great:
The story, while there has to be a bad guy, seems a little cliché and copied and pasted from the last season.

At the moment, I’m excited to see where the story for this season goes and how things will wrap up. I’m hoping that it will wrap up without the edition of DLC. I would say that if you’re a fan of last season that you’ll want to play this season and see how your story continues. If you didn’t play last season, you’ll probably want to play that one first to get a better understanding of what’s going on. I would say that you also need to play the DLC as well since it helps. If you weren’t a fan of last season and basically have no interest in this game you’ll want to skip it.

Spoilers! Below are the choices that I made for the first episode.

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This Week in Trophies 08-06-2017 – 08-12-2017

This was an interesting week as I was bogged down by work and felt like I barely had time to play anything even though I did get two episodic games in and finished the main content of a game, excluding the DLC, that I’ve been working on for over 10 months now. That being said, the reason why I feel like I barely had time to play because I’m currently working on my 80th platinum trophy which I really want to be Falllout 4, but it seems like every time I picked it up to play I had to put it down and do something else. I’m pretty sure platinum # 80 won’t be Fallout 4, but I’m at least willing to try. Anyway, I did better trophy wise then I did last week so let’s take a look and see how I did.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season 2 – 20%

You know how I hate to say too much about games that I’ve finished, so there’s not much to say about this game here, but my full review of the first episode of this game will be up this Wednesday, so be on the look out for that, and until then if you’re interested to see how my first playthrough went you can watch the whole thing here.

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Gems of War – 95%

I finally finished the main trophy list for this game, which means time for a review! It also means that I won’t say much about it here other than the fact that I’ll be continuing to play this game as I try to finish up the DLC for this game. There’s only one trophy left and I’m pretty sure that I can do it, I’m just not sure when.

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Batman: The Enemy Within – 20%

Yes this was the week of episode games as they were kind of easy to play and helped me make some content for my YouTube channel. While once again I’m not going to go into this game much here, you’ll see my full review in a couple of weeks you can take a look at my first playthrough of episode one here.

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And that was it for the week. A total of 13 trophies, which was an improvement from last week. Not a whole lot of improvement, but something. As for next week, I plan on continuing to play Gems of War as I’m involved in the whole Guild Wars thing, start the next episode of Minecraft: Story Mode, and start Sonic Mania when it comes out on Tuesday. I’ll be doing this while trying to fit Fallout 4 in my busy schedule which may or may not work because this upcoming week is also tattoo time. I’ll let you know how things work out next week.


This Week in Trophies 07-30-2017 – 08-05-2017

Believe it or not, but this week was worse than last week when it came to trophies. I thought I was going to be able to pop out a bunch of trophies this week since it seemed like I had a simple week, but it turns out that every single time I think I have a simple week it just goes to hell. Anyway, this was one of those weeks where I really didn’t have that much time to game and there was also the fact that Guild Wars started again with Gems of War. I have to represent my almost full Guild and participate, which when you have limited time to game takes up a lot of time. Anyway, take a look at the trophies I was able to get this week.

The Long Dark – 7%

I started this game the day it came out and seriously could not put it down for most of the week. I was even documenting my episode one playthrough, until I ran into some trouble with the third chapter. Since the latest update the game keeps crashing every 30-40 minutes and has become unstable. Because of that my recording, since I use the record feature on my PS4, has become unusable and I feel like I wasted a bunch of time especially since I have the first two chapters of episode one on my YouTube channel. I have to say that while I am enjoying the game, the constant crashing has gotten on my nerves just a bit and I might shelve this game until it’s fixed. I really hope this game gets fixed soon because it was totally worth the money that I spent on it and have already dumped a bunch of hours into it.

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And that was it for the week, making this a short blog. For the upcoming week, I’m going to hold off on playing The Long Dark until this crashing issue gets fixed, but I am going to start Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2, because even though I wasn’t really that much of a fan of the game as a whole when it ended last season, I have to see where this one goes, I’ll also be starting Batman: The Enemy Within when the first episode drops this week, and I might try to finish up a couple of other games or start a new one. I’ll let you know how things work out next week.


Platinum Trophy Guide – Lara Croft GO (PS4)

I’ve always wanted to do one of these guides, but they do take a while to actually get everything that you need together and even though I try, sometimes that just doesn’t happen or I don’t have video’s to actually show how to get the trophies. Actually, a lot of things go into making one of these guides, but I was able to finally get one guide done and it’s for Lara Croft GO. This guide will take you step by step on not only how to complete the game, but get every single trophy the game has to offer.

When it comes to this game there are a total of 18 trophies, one of which is a platinum trophy. Each There are a total of 7 different levels and each trophy can be obtained just by completing each level. Now there was only one trophy that required you to go back and re-do a part of a level, the other trophies just require you to use all of my Level guides in order to get the trophies for this game.


• Key of Snakes
• Archaeologist
• Historian


• Into the Abyss
• Key of Stones


• Getting Crafty
• Gathering Moss
• Key of Spirits


• Put this apple on your head
• Ophidiophobia
• The Atlas of Beyond


Trophies: NONE, but you do need to use this walkthrough in order to break all the vases to get two trophies by the end of the game.


• Deja-Vu
• Immortal No More


• Preservation Society
• Curator
• Back to Reality

Finishing Up…

• Master Builder
• A True Adventurer (Platinum Trophy)

I hope you guys found my first guide to be helpful! I’m always open to suggestions on what my next guide should be so feel free to leave some comments below and let me know which game you would like a guide for. If I have the game and can come up with some videos or a description of how to get each trophy, I’ll make try my best to make a guide for it.


Lara Croft GO Review (PS4)

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This was the last of my sale games. This one I was a little weary of though because I had played Hitman GO and thought it was just OK. You can read my full review of Hitman GO, here. Moving on though, I figured it wasn’t fair to judge a game based on another similar game so I decided to give this one a shot and see if it was in any different or if it was more of the same.

This isn’t your typical Tomb Raider game, but you’ll still be playing as Lara Croft in this short adventure. You’ll have 5 main levels to complete that will involve Lara doing what she does best, raiding a tomb and putting herself in all types of danger. There are two extra bonus levels as well that are similar but only span one level each. This game is strictly strategy based though as you’ll play though each level moving a little “chess” like piece of Lara around a board that’s filled with different obstacles. Avoid all of the obstacles in order to get to the end and move on. Make one wrong move and it’s the end of Lara.

Although this game, like Hitman GO, doesn’t that deep story that both franchises are known for I still enjoyed this game a little bit better. I think the reason was because the story throughout this game was more thought out. You had to collect three keys in order to reach the main prize of the tomb. It’s pretty clear, and I feel like this is one of those game franchises where you can do this with. For me, Hitman GO didn’t do this and it felt like every level was random and didn’t coincide with the previous level. I also enjoyed the strategy based play where you basically had to plan out each move in order to get things just right since making the wrong move usually resulted in death.

When it comes to the playability for this game, here’s the thing, the first 5 levels operated smoothly. You were told how to use the spear, how to move pillars and so on. This was a simple mechanism that worked, but I have no idea what the hell happened when you reached the two bonus levels of 6 and 7. All of these mechanisms that ran smoothly went to shit as the simple task of throwing the spear just wouldn’t work at times. The same thing with the moving of the pillars. I don’t know how many times I tried to grab the pillar only to move without it or finally grab it and move in the wrong direction. This became increasing frustrating and at one point I even thought it was because of my controller. Wanting to make sure it was the game and not my controller, I switched out controllers only to have the same thing happen. It’s like the two bonus levels were completely different from the first 5 and were untested. This is a major problem that I’m probably guessing will not get fixed. If you’re going to put out a whole game, make sure the whole thing works, not just the first part of it.

I really enjoyed the graphics for this game and was once again surprised that it made the transition from mobile to the PS4 as well as it did. The graphics were filled with detail and it really felt like it was a Tomb Raider game. Lara Croft looked like Lara Croft, not like she looks today, but how she used to look, which was a nice bit of nostalgia, and each area was well designed and had an appealing look to it.

Complete this game and do everything it has to offer in order to get 18 trophies. There are 17 regular trophies and then one platinum. The trophies are super simple and some just require you to play the game. The only difficult trophies are for the collectibles. There are times when you’ll have to go back because you missed one of the many vases you have to find throughout the game, but at least the game gives you the option to go back to the specific level that you have to go back to and even tells you if you were able to get all the collectibles or not.

This is strictly a single player game, just how I like my games. No need for other people to play with or trying to bribe one of your friends to help you out. It’s all up to you.

Overall I give this game a 3 out of 5.

What’s Great:
+ While there isn’t a spoken story, there’s still a story and if you’re a Tomb Raider player it’s easy to follow along.
+ The game is interesting and strategy based meaning you can’t just run into the tomb and shoot your way through it. You actually have think about your moves ahead of time.
+ The graphics transfer nicely from mobile to PS4 and it brings back the old design of Lara Croft that everyone knows and loves.

What’s Not So Great:
While the first 5 levels work perfectly, the last two levels will make you think like you’re playing a completely different game as the things that used to work, no longer work how you want them to.

I really wish I could have scored this game higher because I did enjoy it and I enjoyed it a lot more than Hitman GO, but the simple fact that the performance of this game went downhill for the last two bonus missions were a big no-no. This was simply uncalled for and just bad game design and development. It was seriously like playing a new game and it kind of ruined the experience just a bit for me. Sometimes a game could be good, great even, but it takes something like the end part of the game not working for it to ruin the whole game. I would suggest that if you purchase this game that you do so cautiously. The first 5 levels will give you a nice challenge as you move though each level and while the last two bonus levels will do the same thing, the mechanisms won’t work and you’ll want to toss your controller through the window. At least if you’re going to buy this, make sure you don’t pay the full $9.99 and pick this game up on sale.


This Week in Trophies 07-23-2017 – 07-29-2017

This was a crazy week, lately it seems like which week’s aren’t crazy, but I tried to get in as much gaming time as possible. With it being close to the end of the month, I really didn’t want to start any new games. Shocking I know, but I wanted to go back and try to finish up some games. I did get a platinum trophy, and if you keep reading you can see which trophy it was for and how the rest of my week went.

Lara Croft GO – 100%

I finally finished this game and got the platinum trophy. While it didn’t take that long, only a couple of weeks, it kind of felt like it took forever to finish this game. Anyway, when I finish a game I don’t like to talk too much about it here. You can find my full review of this game up on Wednesday.

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Rise of the Tomb Raider – 23%

To be honest, I really didn’t want to play this game this week. I put in my disc for Diablo III: Reaper of Souls when it told me that an updated was needed. Instead of waiting for the update, I took the disc out and put this disc in instead. I swear with this game though every single time I think I’m close to the game ending, it feels like it just starts all over again. I have no idea what’s going on, but I did enjoy my time playing.

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Pure Pool – 54%

I started playing this game again this week because I needed something quick to be able to play at night after work and I really couldn’t find another game that I wanted to play. I was able to rack up a decent amount of trophies for this game this week and was pleasantly surprised. I’m not sure if I’ll keep playing in the weeks to come, but it was fun while it lasted.

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And that was it for the week. Not bad, but not that good either. This upcoming week is going to be a complete mess but I’m hoping to play some Gems of War, if Guild Wars starts up again, and then on Tuesday I’ll be playing The Long Dark which is a game that I’ve been looking forward to for the past few weeks. Other than that I have no idea what’s going to happen so I’ll let you know how everything goes next week.


Puzzle Showdown 4K Review (PS4)

Puzzle Showdown 4K

As I said in my previous reviews, a few weeks ago I picked up four games that were on sale and this is one of them. You can read my review of my other sale games Baseball Riot, here, and Tina’s Toy Factory, here. I had also been watching this game for a while now because of my love for puzzles. The only thing with actual puzzles is that once they’re done you either take them apart after spending hours doing them, or put them together and try to store them somewhere. Anyway, I figured a digital way to put together puzzles would be fun and it was on sale so I figured I would give it a go.

Since this is a game about putting puzzles together there is no story. This is one of those games though where I really wasn’t expecting one to begin with because it’s just about putting together puzzles. You have over 50 puzzles that you can put together and you can chose a bunch of different options ranging from how many puzzles pieces, to if you want to be scored, and what kind of background you want when putting your puzzle together. The possibilities are endless and there are enough puzzles to keep a puzzle junkie like myself busy for hours.

I really enjoyed this game because it gave me digital puzzles to put together and then cleaned them up for me when I was done. I didn’t have to do this myself or try to glue them together and then store them somewhere, I was just able to put them together and move on. The pictures that they give you to choose from are stunning and range from abstract, to people, to animals, to cityscapes, and landscapes. I never found myself getting bored while playing this game and when I was done I just moved onto the next puzzle.

The mechanics for this game are super simple because you have your puzzle board and you’re given five puzzle pieces. Pick your piece and see where it fits on the board. If you’re looking for a challenge turn rotation on because the pieces won’t be in the correct position when they’re given to you. The one thing I didn’t like though was that you were only given 5 pieces at time. Now if these aren’t the pieces that you want you can discard them one at a time, but this is an overly complicated thing to do and takes up a lot of time. Other than that the game ran bug and glitch free.

The graphics for this game were great because they were puzzles which are pictures that you have to put together. The pictures chosen for this game are beautiful and I really enjoyed putting together the different types of puzzles. I did have a problem though with the background that wasn’t the puzzle. It was this color changing background with floating puzzle pieces. At times this became hard to look at and was distracting as the puzzle pieces changed colors randomly going from dark to light and depending on the size of the puzzle you were working on it became a little disorientating.

Finish this game, which isn’t a hard thing to do, and you’ll walk away with 16 regular trophies and a platinum trophy. Not a bad deal if you ask me. The trophies are super simple and you’ll get them just by playing. There are a few trophies that require some co-op play, a trophy based on time, and a grindy type of trophy. The grindy type of trophy is fine because you’ll have to complete 50 puzzles. If you use the 28 piece puzzles you can blow through this is less than an hour. The co-op trophies aren’t bad and if anything you’ll only struggle with the time limit trophy which requires you to put together a 510 piece puzzle in less than 2 hours.

I noticed the co-op portion of this game after I purchased it and cringed at the thought of playing co-op. Shout out to LMD for helping me out with these trophies and then for sticking around even after the trophies were earned. I found the co-op to be fun as it became a competition to see who could place the most amount of puzzles pieces and score the most points. Who knew that putting together a puzzle with someone would actually be that much fun?

Overall I give this game a 4 out of 5.

What’s Great:
+ You get to put together puzzles without having to think about what you’re going to do with them afterwards.
+ There are a bunch of puzzles to work on and not only are there different types of puzzles, but they’re all beautiful.
+ The co-op mode is actually really fun because it turns puzzle creating into a competition if you want and who doesn’t love some good competition?

What’s Not So Great:
You only get 5 puzzle pieces at a time and it’s really a pain to discard them to get another random piece instead of being able to choose which piece you want next.
After you finish all of the puzzles and do everything the game has to offer, there really isn’t a replay value.

If you’re a fan of putting together puzzles then this is the perfect game for you. There’s plenty of puzzles to choose from and a bunch of different ways to play. You can even play with a friend if you want. Although I would recommend picking this game up and giving it a try, I wouldn’t recommend paying the full $9.99 for this game and instead try picking it up on sale. When it comes down to price, it’s not worth the full price especially since after you finish there is no replay value.


This Week in Trophies 07-16-2017 – 07-22-2017

I have to say that this is going to be a really quick little blog because I didn’t get much done this week when it came to trophies or even gaming for that matter. It was one of those weeks where I had a lot of work, a lot of web design stuff with my oh so wonderful clients, a day when -gasp- I just didn’t feel like gaming, and he fact that my arm still kind of hurt from last week’s tattoo session. Anyway, here are the trophies I was able to get this week.

Lara Croft GO – 52%

I could have finished this game this week, but didn’t. I did add another two levels of this game to my YouTube channel so if you’re looking for some walkthroughs you can find them here. I’m really enjoying this game a lot more than Hitman GO. Mostly because even though it’s a puzzle game, there’s still a story being told where it seems like the Hitman game didn’t have that. Anyway, I’m hoping this week I can at least get the platinum for this game and finish up my video’s for this game.

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And that was it for this week. I told you it was going to be a quick blog. This upcoming week seems like a normal one so I should be able to game a little bit more. I’m going to try and finish Lara Croft GO and if I actually do then my video’s will be up on YouTube by Saturday. While I’m still playing this game, I plan on trying to get back into playing Rise of the Tomb Raider, some Diablo III and then try not to start something new with the new month approaching and it being a busy one with all these games coming out. I’ll let you know how everything goes next week.


Most Anticipated Game for August 2017

August 2017

I have to say that August is going to be pretty awesome month. I know I don’t cover downloads in this blog, but I have to say I’m most eager for a few download games that are coming out as well as one game on disc. More on that soon, but first let’s see what’s being released in August.

*Just as a side note, my list of August releases is not perfect. There might be some missing, or some dates may change. If you have anything you want to add feel free to let me know in the comments and I’ll include it in the list.*

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 – PS4
ARK: Survival Evolved – PS4

Sonic Mania – PS4
Agents of Mayhem – PS4

Madden NFL 18 – PS4
The Escapists 2 – PS4
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – PS4

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja STORM Legacy – PS4
F1 2017 – PS4

Everybody’s Golf – PS4
Dead Alliance – PS4
Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash – PS4
Yakuza Kiwami – PS4
Warriors All Stars – PS4
Redout – PS4

And that’s it for August. A pretty full month for the last month of summer, which is never really exciting to begin with. Anyway, I’m of course looking forward to Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. As much as I really want Sonic Mania, I’m on the fence about pre-ordering it since I only have one pre-order left for the year to make 5 and with so many other games coming out I’m not sure I want to spend it on this one. I’m also really eager to play Life is Strange: Before the Storm at the end of the month as well as The Last Day of June. Seems like August is going to be a pretty busy month of some new games instead of my backlogged games.

Now it’s your turn. Are you playing any of these games on this list? I know there are a lot of Madden fans out there so I’m sure this is a day one buy for you. How many of you will be playing Uncharted: The Lost Legacy or anything else on the list, or not on the list? Let me know in the comments section below.