The new video games of the week (September 19 to 25)

Another week full of interesting releases to such an extent that I was sad to have to put one or another in the section of EITHERthree pitches. But only ten can rise to the fore, in which without a doubt the king this week is the long-awaited return of Guybrush Threepwood from the hand of his original creator. Finally an adventure of my favorite pirate one hundred percent official and that will reveal the secret of Monkey Island, or Ron Gilbert says that he will give us our money back.

Return to Monkey Island

It’s been 31 years since that strange ending of Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revengewhich I thought would never be resolved, but Return to Monkey Island comes just to unravel the secret of this enigmatic island. A renewed and risky graphic style, but with the same graphic adventure gameplay as always, and tons of that absurd humor that millions of players fell in love with. Remember to look behind you, because you never know when you might have a three-headed monkey behind you.

  • Platforms: PC (Steam) and Nintendo Switch (eShop).
  • Date: September 19th.

There Is No Light

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After a global catastrophe, what remains of human civilization took refuge in the inhospitable subsoil, creating a new theocentric society that worships the Great Hand, a god who takes certain chosen babies to his kingdom. But the protagonist of this story is not willing to take his son so easily.

  • Platforms: PC (Steam).
  • Date: September 19th.

Hardspace: Shipbreaker

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The Junkyard, the Junkyard has arrived on your system! The profession not only continues, but also modernizes. Your job will be to dismantle a wide variety of ships, relying on a host of tools such as laser cutters to cut through metal like butter, pliers to manipulate the pieces, and a host of other specialized materials.

  • Platforms: PlayStation 5 (PS Store) and Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store).
  • Date: September 20.

deathloop

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The next game from Arkane Studios proposes a story in which the player will embody a murderer who has just arrived on an island, with the task of killing eight dangerous subjects on the same day. Lucky or not, that said murderer will be trapped in a time loop where he will repeat the same day after dying, so he will have all the time in the world to gather information, weapons and supernatural abilities to fulfill his objective, despite the fact that he has a rival assassin who wants to prevent him from fulfilling his mission.

  • Platforms: Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store and Game Pass).
  • Date: September 20.

Gundam Evolution

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The Gundam can’t resist free-to-play models, and they’ve all gotten together to mess with each other online on the battlefield. Choose, arm and customize your own mecha, unleash your weapons against your enemies, dodge their attacks and take the opportunity to get closer, and unleash on them all the power of your G maneuver.

  • Platforms: PC (Steam).
  • Date: September 21st.

Session: Skate Sim

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The gender of skate it’s not dead because every once in a while someone pulls a game right into the hearts of skaters. Session: Skate Sim promises a fairly faithful simulation, in which to do your first tricks with the joystick It will be hard, but when you get the hang of it you won’t be able to stop recording your own jumping sessions, which you can even share with your friends.

  • Platforms: PC (Steam), PlayStation 5 (PS Store), PlayStation 4 (PS Store), Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store) and Xbox One (Xbox Store).
  • Date: September 22.

Serial Cleaners

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Do you know in the series and movies when there is a death that they do not want revealed, they say something like call the cleaning team? Well, in this game that is you. Take care to hide the corpses, to clean the blood, that there are no traces or weapons on the stage. In this sequel four cleaners will recount their best jobs, each highlighting his unique skill, and even being able to solve them in different ways.

  • Platforms: PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch (eShop), PlayStation 5 (PS Store), PlayStation 4 (PS Store), Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store) and Xbox One (Xbox Store).
  • Date: September 22.

The Diofield Chronicle

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Square Enix has been encouraged to make a tactical strategy RPG game, although the grid has been forgotten along the way, resulting in a much more dynamic game than usual, basing many of the attacks on zones or auras, but without leaving behind that strategic touch that fans of the genre like so much.

  • Platforms: PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch (eShop), PlayStation 5 (PS Store), PlayStation 4 (PS Store), Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store) and Xbox One (Xbox Store).
  • Date: September 22.

Prodeus

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You know very well that I can’t resist games like DOOM, and here we are once again. You could say that Prodeus is the son enough between the DOOM from 1993 and the one from 2016, because it has a delicious mix of retro and current graphics. Although deep down, what difference does it make that what splashes on your face when you kill a demon is blood or pixels.

  • Platforms: PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch (eShop), PlayStation 5 (PS Store) and PlayStation 4 (PS Store).
  • Date: September 23.

Shovel Knight Dig

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The knight with the shovel has had all his treasures stolen, so he has taken his weapon to do what he does best: dig. With more vertical scenarios than ever, the knight with the shovel will have to dig to face increasingly powerful enemies, recover his treasures with which to buy new equipment with which to continue going down endlessly.

  • Platforms: PC (Steam) and Nintendo Switch (eShop).
  • Date: September 23.

other releases

twenty of September

  • Jack Move – PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch (eShop), PlayStation 4 (PS Store) and Xbox One (Xbox Store)
  • Amnesia: Memories – Nintendo Switch (eShop)
  • Amnesia: Later x Crowd – Nintendo Switch (eShop)

twenty-one of September

  • Ruya – Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store) and Xbox One (Xbox Store)
  • The Outbound Ghost-PC (Steam)
  • Blood Waves – Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store)

22 of September

  • Potion Permit – PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch (eShop), PlayStation 4 (PS Store) and Xbox One (Xbox Store)
  • No Place for Bravery – PC (Steam) and Nintendo Switch (eShop)
  • Beacon Pines – PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch (eShop) and Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store)
  • Slime Rancher 2 – PC (Steam) and Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store)
  • Songs from the Iron Sea – PC (Steam)

23 of September

  • DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of the Nine Realms – PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch (eShop), PlayStation 5 (PS Store), PlayStation 4 (PS Store), Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store) and Xbox One (Xbox Store)
  • I, AI – Xbox Series X|S (Xbox Store)
  • Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival – Nintendo Switch (eShop)

The new video games of the week (September 19 to 25)