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Our most anticipated games of October 2015

No matter your platform, you've got something to look forward to.

The second month of the final quarter of the game calendar is here and there’s more great games on tap that are out to make your bank accounts cry. A few PC exclusives make their console debuts alongside an expansion for a game so massive, it didn’t need one (but did). Xbox One will also be stepping into the spotlight with what is probably their best chance at getting an exclusive to win Game of the Year, by releasing their flagship First Person Shooter, Halo 5: Guardians. Here is our comprehensive list of the games on every platform that we are most looking forward to.

Our most anticipated games of October 2015

Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance - PS4 - October 6th

Though it has never been a flagship franchise for Sony’s PlayStation platform, Disgaea has always had a steady niche presence. Disgaea is a turn-based tactical RPG with an anime art-style, built in the same vein as the classic Final Fantasy Tactics. Players move their team of unique characters along a grid based level using positioning and height to gain an advantage in battle.

Our most anticipated games of October 2015

Transformers: Devastation - PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 - October 6th

For fans of the classic 1980’s cartoon, Transformers: Devastation might just be a dream come true. Utilizing some of the best looking cel-shading techniques in years, Devastation has been able to recreate the Generation 1 look to peak perfection. The game itself is a hack-and-slash affair, so action will be plentiful throughout. The game will also run at a flat 60 fps on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, so it should prove to be one of the smoothest games of the year.

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