Here’s the list of best games money can buy in November 2012.
Most big games are usually released at the end of the year, and November 2012 is shaping up to be one of the biggest month’s of this year. It’s also a bit disappointing that this year was not as memorable as the previous ones, as things are winding down before the imminent arrival of next-gen consoles.
We can say one thing though, apart from Assassin’s Creed 3, we’ve really lacked some big quality games. But November seems to be that month especially considering Nintendo’s Wii U will be launched as well.
We’ve compiled a list of games that we think you should definitely buy this month, and also based on positive feedback, and we are sure they won’t let you down this month. So keep an eye out on these games as they are shaping up into something special.
What did you expect? This is Microsoft’s biggest game so far, and one is also shaping up to be Xbox 360′s best looking one. The game comes out on November 6 exclusively for the Xbox 360.
Based on all the previews so far, this game is looking like a winner. Agent 47 is back and he means business, and by that I mean, stealthy business. The game looks gorgeous and while the core formula is the same, it has been tweaked a bit to ensure a different experience than the previous games.
Hear me us out before criticizing this game’s inclusion in the list. This year’s installment of Call of Duty is looking like the best one yet, with lot of tweaks in the multiplayer department to encourage less camping and provide a consistent competitive experience. And yeah, Zombies!
Ubisoft has gone back to the franchise’s original roots and have created something that will not only push the bar when it comes to visuals but also provide an open-world gameplay experience, along with a comprehensive multiplayer suite.
This is a launch title for the Wii U, and yeah, that means you have to buy the system as well. But why wouldn’t you? The game looks stunning in HD and if you love Mario games, this is a no brainer. The game comes out on November 30 in the EU.
This looks like a genuinely good game for the Wii U. It also utilizes a lot of unique features of the gamepad and is quite a hardcore game due to the limited ammo availability and survival mechanics. This is something that is shaping up to be a fantastic game and a solid launch title too.
For people who aren’t interested in the Wii U, this month provides four solid core titles, which have a lot of replayability factor attached to them. Other than that this month will mostly be about the Wii U, you can bet on that.
Please let us know if we missed something vital in this list.