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Top Ten Tuesday: Upcoming Video Games Fall 2018

The final quarter of the year is approaching, and it’s typically the time when a lot of great video games are released. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday goes over the top upcoming video games for fall 2018.


10. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (Oct. 5)

The eleventh major installment of the Assassin’s Creed series goes all the way back to 431 B.C., which caused some controversy with hardcore fans. There are going to be more individual choices and multiple endings in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which should give it re-play value.


9. Fallout 76 (Nov. 14)

Similarly, there are concerns about Fallout 76 being too different than the typical Fallout game. Fallout 76 is going to have a huge open world, giving players plenty to explore within the prequel story.


8. WWE 2K19 (Oct. 9)

As the release gets closer, look for the continuous unveiling of the playable roster to build the hype for the WWE’s next wrestling video-game installment. Many fans probably hope for a number of legends and throwback characters in WWE 2K19.


7. Super Mario Party (Oct. 5)

Super Mario Party is coming to Nintendo Switch, the eleventh installment of the classic multi-player series. Super Mario Party is the first of a couple of highly-anticipated Mario games coming out in the next few months.


6. FIFA 19 (Sep. 28)

With solid gameplay, a few different game modes, and a very deep teams and rosters, FIFA 19 should again be one of the best sports games of the year. The cover sports Cristiano Ronaldo in his new Juventus uniform after the initial cover announcement had him in his Real Madrid uniform.


5. Battlefield V (Oct. 19)

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 does not make the list, but Battlefield V does. However, there is some concern about Battlefield V getting “squeezed out” by the releases of CoD and Red Dead Redemption 2 right near it. There will be relatively realistic gameplay at least, but we’ll see if the battle royale mode works out.


4. Spider-Man (Sep. 7)

A PlayStation 4 exclusive, Spider-Man looks amazing and has shown enough to be in the top-four of upcoming video games. If Sony can capture attention like the Batman Arkham series did, it’ll be a major hit.


3. NBA 2K19 (Sep. 11)

NBA 2K is in a class of its own when it comes to sports video games, and that should continue with NBA 2K19. The gameplay can deliver realistic results from both the playing of games and the use of Simcast, the depth of each mode is astounding, and it’s a fun game to play with friends.


2. Red Dead Redemption 2 (Oct. 26)

Over eight years after the release of the all-time classic Red Dead Redemption on last generation consoles, the second installment of the series is finally set to release this fall. Red Dead Redemption 2 will not disappoint with its western story and promising online play.


1. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Dec. 7)

The “Ultimate” name in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is certainly fitting, as every character from the series’ history is appearing in the game. It gets the slight nod over RDR 2 for the top spot because it’s a game for all ages. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases in early December, just in time for a nice Christmas present for kids.


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