Now Arriving: Games of September

As last month proved, we’re well into the end of 2013 games rush and September is no different featuring some huge titles. Keep in mind that we’re inching even closer to the next generation so make sure you keep that in mind as well.

Before we get ahead of ourselves with next gen consoles and games, lets take a quick look at what is indeed hitting in the month of September. You can’t get too far without mentioning one of the biggest franchises in gaming finally releasing this month with Rockstar’s highly anticipated title, Grand Theft Auto V. Other notable releases include The Wonderful 101, Rome II: Total War, and the beautiful looking platformer, Rayman Legends.

The complete release list for September can be found after the jump…

Xbox 360 Exclusives
None
Sony Exclusives
Puppeteer (PS3) Sept 10
Killzone Mercenary (Vita) Sept 10
Kingdom hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX (PS3) Sept 10
Vahalla Knights 3 (Vita) Sept 24
Nintendo Exclusives
The Wonderful 101 (WiiU) Sept 15
Scribblenauts Unmasked – A DC Comics Adventure (WiiU, 3DS) Sept 17
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (3DS, DS) Sept 24
Hakouki Memories of the Shinsengumi (3DS) Sept 27
PC Exclusives
Rome II: Total War Sept 3
The Sims 3: Movie Stuff Sept 10
Elder Scrolls Anthology Sept 10
Multiplatform Releases
Dead of Alive 5 Ultimate Sept 3 – Xbox 360, PS3
Rayman Legends Sept 3 – Xbox 360, WiiU, Vita, PS3
Diablo III Sept 3 – Xbox 360, PS3
NHL 14 Sept 10 – Xbox 360, PS3
Hot Wheels: Worlds Best Driver Sept 17 – Xbox 360, PS3, 3DS, WiiU
Grand Theft Auto V Sept 17 – Xbox 360, PS3
FIFA 14 Sept 24 – Xbox 360, PS3, Vita
Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 Sept 24 – Xbox 360, PS3
Armored Core: Verdict Day Sept 24 – Xbox 360, PS3
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2 Responses to Now Arriving: Games of September

  1. Vitosal says:

    really looking forward to GTAV. Sadly I won’t be able to purchase it yet 😦

    • Honestly, I just didn’t find myself caring when it was first announced last year, but over time, they’ve worn me down and now I’m pretty excited to jump into that game.

      The last trailer alone for GTA Online was just mind blowing. The potential in that alone is staggering. It’s like getting two games in one.

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