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It’s been a relatively quiet year for major video game releases, and while you can probably guess why, we shouldn’t dwell on the bad times. After all, September 2021 marks a major turning point for games across all platforms, with several major releases slated for the month. Whether you’re in the mood for some wacky board games or want to dive into weird and surreal worlds, there’s something for everyone this month in games.
Of WarioWare To Death loop, here are all the major video game releases you can look forward to in September 2021.
Sonic Colors: Ultimate – September 7
Platforms: PS4, XBO, Switch, PC
If you missed a wonderful platform game Sound colors: ultimate the first time it was released, the good news is that it will be re-released in September. In this adventure you will see the best of what Sonic series has to offer and browse absolutely lovely places along the way.
WarioWare: unite! – September 10
WarioWare: unite! is a jazzy little collection of “micro-games” – short games requiring quick thinking and quick shooting movement to complete. This series is known to be wacky, and you’ll experience all the joy and panic that comes with it in September.
Life is Strange: True Colors – September 10
Platforms: PS5, PS4, XSX / S, XBO, Switch, PC
Life is Strange: True Colors is a standalone story about Alex, a young woman who lives in a mysterious town known as Haven Springs. As Alex learns more about his city in True colors, She will also learn more about herself and the weird and supernatural abilities she is grappling with.
Tales of Arise – September 10
Platforms: PS5, PS4, XSX / S, XBO, PC
Tales of the Ascension is an epic anime-style adventure set in the medieval world of Dahna, where the forces of evil collide with the power of good. Although this is the seventh entry in the Tales series, you won’t need to have played anything else to get lost in the vast and beautiful world of this game.
NBA 2K22 – September 10
Platforms: PS5, PS4, XSX / S, XBO, PC, switch
Go snap, and welcome to the jam, with NBA 2K22, the next big entry in the 2K Games basketball simulator series. Expect brighter sweat, more realistic faces, and new quality of life features in this year’s installment.
Death Loop – September 14
Platforms: PS5, PC
Death loop is a red type adventure with a very important twist: you play as an assassin stuck in a time loop, tracked down by a very intelligent spy. In this cat and mouse game, you will have to discover the best ways to accomplish your deadly mission, while uncovering the secrets of your time loop and escaping before being murdered.
It is set to be one of the biggest and brightest games of September 2021.
Eastbound – September 16
Platforms: Switch, PC
To the east is a magnificent adventure RPG starring two travelers attempting to escape from an underground society for the clean air of the world above. With lots of puzzles and platforms to complete, to the east looks like a nice trip.
SkateBIRD – September 16
Platforms: XBO, Switch, PC
The name “SkateBIRD”Is pretty self-explanatory. In this adorable game, you play as a little bird riding a skateboard through various environments, Tony Hawk-style. It’s cute, it’s sweet, and it’s exactly what we all need to heal the containment blues in September.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits – September 21
Platforms: PS5, PS4, PC
Kena: Bridge of Spirits looks like an absolute dream, and is sure to be a standout this month. If those killer visuals aren’t enough to draw you in, its varied combat, great story, and great cast of characters might do the trick.
Kena looks like an absolute delight and should definitely be on your September 2021 gaming radar.
Lost Judgment – September 24
Platforms: PS5, XSX, PS4
Lost judgment is a direct sequel to 2018 Judgement and continues the story of Takayuki Yagami, a former lawyer who becomes a detective to seek justice for his community. Anyone who hasn’t played the original should check it out first, but for everyone else, Lost judgment seems worth the wait between franchise entries.
As we heard towards the end of 2021, expect to see more big releases starting to hit gaming shelves around the world.