We’re getting into the hottest release time, but for now, September starts off lightly: the highlights of the week are Catherine Full Body, the return of Final Fantasy VIII, children of dead arriving at PCs, and more, check it out!
Catherine Full Body (PS4): The mix of visual novel and puzzle game has had considerable success in the past generation, and now returns in a new version, which adds new characters and more content to the story as a whole, as well as welcome accessibility options.
Final Fantasy VIII Remastered (PC, PS4, Switch, XOne): one of the most wronged episodes in the saga Final Fantasy arrives remastered for the next generation, bringing improved graphics and some shortcuts to introduce new players to the beautiful love story of Squall and rhinoa.
Children of Dead (PC): Help a family protect a magical mountain from corruption that is bringing dozens of monsters from another dimension, in this stylish pixel art game with RPG and roguelite elements.
NBA 2K20 (PC, PS4, XOne): the basketball franchise of 2K Sports reaches its 2020 edition, bringing the upgrades and improvements that sports fans expect from this type of game.
River City Girls (PC, PS4, Xone, Switch): the (late) sequel to the classic River City Ramson of NES arrives this week, promising nostalgic brawl with good doses of humor.
Monster Hunter Iceborne (PS4, XOne): the great success of Capcom gets a huge expansion, which adds a new icy region to the game map, and a whole new variety of monsters for us to hunt!
Gun Gun Pixies (PC, Switch): Two tiny aliens are sent to a female dorm (?!) to study human behavior… it could only be another Japanese bishōjo game, right?!
Headliner: NoviNews (Switch): As editor of an influential news site, decide what should and shouldn’t be published… and deal with the social consequences of your choices.
Post War Dreams (PC, XOne): 2D action adventure game that puts you to survive in a post-apocalyptic USA, where there is no longer any government, and the ruling law is “every man for himself”.
On top of that, this week the Nintendo Switch get your version of the great and nostalgic Spyro Reigned Trilogy. Remember what we think of the game in our review.