Forza Horizon 4 - Xbox One, PC - October 2nd:

Another fantastic addition to the series, Forza Horizon 4 steers clear from its traditional setting, with the game being set in an open world version of the United Kingdom as opposed to America. With a dynamic weather system, beautiful environment and over 450 cars to choose from, this game is perfect for car fanatics.

Fists of the North Star: Lost Paradise - PS4 - October 2nd:

The best opportunity to perfect your impression of “omae wa mou shindeiru” as you rampage through hordes of opponents like a martial arts juggernaut, in this Yakuza series style game. Lost Paradise is filled to the brim with fantastic and bizzare mini games, some involving our muscle bound star mixing cocktails with a martial arts twist as well as running a cabaret others a Mad Max style death race.

Mega Man 11 - PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC - October 2nd:

The Nefarious Dr. Wily has to be stopped with his evil robots causing havoc yet again; suiting up for the job once more is Mega Man, back with new gear and skills. With great ratings across the board the series continues as strong as ever with this fantastic instalment.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey- PS4, Xbox One, PC - October 5th:

I don’t know what board room meeting created this masterpiece, but they need to happen more. Now taking place in the world of Greek Mythology an assassin takes the phrase “Everything is permitted. Nothing is true” to the extreme, as you slay mythical beasts along with battalions of Spartans.

Super Mario Party - Switch - October 5th:

Mario party is now coming to the Switch, meaning that there is a whole new way to lose friends on the latest Nintendo console. The plus side being that you can still relish in the immeasurable feeling of satisfaction that is victory whilst demolishing your friend’s self respect in various mini games.This is a party you don’t want to miss out on.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 - PS4, Xbox One, PC - October 12th:

Another year, another Call of Duty, but this year Treyarch are looking to change the direction of the franchise. The biggest thing about this installment is Blackout: COD’s attempt to move into the Battle Royale space with their new game mode hosting a collection of some of the best Black Ops maps.

The World Ends with You: Final remix - Switch - October 12th:

Taking you back to the concrete jungle of Shibuya, the World Ends With You: Final Remix is a groovy beat em up music sensation with a fantastic art style and Jet Set Radio style music. Having been developed by the same team that created the Kingdom Heart Series, you know you’re going to be in for a good time.

Valkyria Chronicles – Switch – October 16th:

The original entry in the tactical role-playing series, Valkyria Chronicles finally makes its way onto the Nintendo Switch! Get ready to command your troops on the go to repel the invasion of the East European Alliance as you follow Lieutenant Welkin Gunther of Squad 7.

Warriors Orochi 4 - PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC - October 19th:

With over 170 characters to choose from, look forward to ploughing through entire battlefields of enemies with unique special attacks whilst on horseback in this action extravaganza of a game.

Dark souls: Remastered - Switch - October 19th:

The critically acclaimed, genre defining dungeon crawler has been remastered, so you can shout “It’s hard” or “I can’t take this” on the go. Hopefully your Switch is insured for the inevitable moments of rage as you attempt to “Git Gud”.

Lego DC super villains - PS4, Xbox one, PC, Switch - October 19th:

A refreshing change of pace from playing the standard protagonist, finally the villains get their spotlight in Lego DC Super Villains, featuring a massive cast of characters and a open world it’s clear this game is made of some strong material ;)

Soul Calibur VI - PS4, Xbox One, PC - October 19th:

You can forget about the existence of Soul Calibur V and experience the Soul Calibur series anew with the reboot Soul Calibur VI. This instalment in the series has a flair for nostalgia, with the return of your favourite classic characters with their original movesets alongside new and improved fighting mechanics.

Just Dance 2019 - PS4, Xbox One, Switch - October 23th:

A brand-new addition to the practicing for Metric series! Just kidding, no-one goes to Metric. Be prepared to impress your friends and chirps as you manage to learn all the lyrics and dance moves to ABBA’s Dancing Queen (looking at you Theresa May).

My Hero One’s Justice - PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC - October 26th:

The hit anime and manga series ‘My Hero Academia’ finally makes its first video game debut in the west, with My Hero’s One Justice. Play as your favourite heroes and villains in this fighting game as you “GO BEYOND” and “PLUS ULTRA” your enemies into oblivion.

Red Dead Redemption 2 - PS4, Xbox One - October 26th

It’s time to saddle up and head onto the open range in this long-awaited sequel to its amazing predecessor. Set 12 years before the events of the original game, you play Arthur Morgan who oversees a gang that includes a young John Marston. Some of the new features being the ability to play the entire game in first person as well as other quirkier ones such as the ability to gain or lose weight and bond with your horse.