Top 10 NEW Games of November 2023

November’s coming up fast, and that means a new slew of games! This year’s been good, and November-December is prime time for gamers. I’m excited for what’s coming. Hi folks, it’s Akku, and today on this blog we will see, the top 10 new games of November 2023!

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COD : Modern Warfare 3

10. The Invincible

Number 10 is The Invincible, an intriguing game with a unique orange color palette. You’re not on Mars, but on a planet called Regis 3, searching for missing crew members and dealing with alien isolation. Some kind of AI monster is hunting you, and the narrative looks interesting, inspired by a book. This could be a fantastic game if it all comes together. The Invincible is landing on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC on November 6th.

9. The Day Before

The Day Before, an open world MMO survival game, is reportedly coming out on November 10th for PS5, Xbox Series, and PC. The game’s name was recently cleared in a lawsuit, but rumors suggest a delay until December.

When first announced, I was impressed by the game’s visuals, but after seeing Alan Wake 2, I’m less so. We haven’t seen any groundbreaking footage from The Day Before, and the developer has been secretive during development. This suggests they may have been unsure about keeping the name, and that their recent lawsuit victory has spurred some activity.

It’s possible the developer is now feeling more empowered, but we’ll have to wait and see. The Day Before is a promising game, but I’m keeping my expectations tempered until we see more.

8. Like a Dragon Gaiden

Like a Dragon Gaiden is a game that continues the Yakuza series, but injects a new variable. It takes place in the same world and timeline as the Yakuza games, but is a branch sequel of Yakuza 6, with Kiryu faking his death and working as an agent for the Dojima faction. It looks a lot like Judgment, but with Kiryu as a secret agent.


Considering that Judgment, Like a Dragon Gaiden, and Infinite Wealth are all continuing the story of Yakuza 6 in their own way, there’s nothing to complain about here. This world is great, and the game is coming to PlayStation, Xbox, and PC on November 9th worldwide.

7. STAR OCEAN THE SECOND STORY R

Star Ocean the Second Story R is a full remake of the 1998 JRPG Star Ocean the Second Story, coming to PS5, PS4, Switch, and PC on November 2nd. The original game was entirely 2D, but the remake features a drastic jump in fidelity with fully 3D graphics. The game’s battle system is also being updated, with new features and enhancements that promise to make it even more enjoyable.

If you’re a fan of JRPGs, or simply appreciate classic video games, then Star Ocean the Second Story R is definitely worth checking out. It’s a faithful remake of a beloved game, with updated graphics and gameplay that make it feel like a modern classic.

6. The Talos Principle 2

The Talos Principle 2, a sequel to the critically acclaimed first-person puzzle game, is coming to PS5, Xbox Series, and PC on November 2nd. It’s been 9 years since the original game’s release, but the sequel looks to be a big jump up, with improved graphics and a heavier focus on narrative.

Even for those who don’t care about the story, The Talos Principle was a great puzzle game, and I’m looking forward to more of the same in the sequel. I’m also curious to see how the developers expand on the original game’s philosophical themes.

5. Persona 5 Tactica

Persona 5 Tactica is a game that’s a little confusing in terms of what it wants to be. It’s not Fire Emblem, but it is a tactical JRPG that’s closer to XCOM. It’s also significantly more cartoony than Persona 5.

Despite the confusion, I’m excited to jump back into the Persona 5 world and play it as an XCOM-type game. Persona 5 has a dense and enjoyable world, and I think it will lend itself well to a tactical RPG.Persona 5 Tactica is coming to PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC on November 17th.

4. RoboCop: Rogue City

RoboCop Rogue City is a first-person shooter that has been confusing some people, because RoboCop is an unstoppable badass who is also kind of a lumbering giant. But if you’ve played the demo for this game, you know that it is actually extremely fun.

It’s a very different first-person shooter. You are slow, you’re lumbering, you’re a tank. You can absorb bullets and tons of damage before it actually has any real effect on you. Weapons are crazy overpowered. And it’s fun as hell.

It’s also gorgeous. It’s an Unreal Engine 5 game, and if you’ve played the demo, you know what this game is about. It’s a very different first-person shooter that sounds like it shouldn’t work, but it does. If the whole game is as good as that demo, I’m so in. It’s landing on next-gen consoles (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series) and PC on November 2nd.

3. Football Manager 2024

Football Manager is a deep and granular management sim where you control every aspect of your team, from on-field strategy to finances. It’s a game that rewards careful planning and attention to detail.

If you’re a fan of football, or if you’re looking for a challenging and rewarding management sim, then Football Manager 2024 is definitely worth checking out.

2. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the third in the reboot series for Modern Warfare, is coming to PlayStation, Xbox, and PC on November 10th.

The game will continue the story of its predecessor, and will feature all 16 maps from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) in multiplayer. Zombies will also return, with an open-world structure that is more similar to the DMZ mode in Warzone than the round-based zombies mode that we’ve seen in previous games.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is sure to be a big hit with fans of the series. It’s a staple of the gaming world, and while these games can feel stereotypical at times, they’re usually good.

1. Super Mario RPG

Super Mario RPG, a full remake of the beloved Super Nintendo RPG, is coming to Switch on November 17th. This was an RPG that came out in the heyday of RPGs and was among the best. Nintendo was smart to partner with Square, who made the best RPGs at the time, and the result was a great game.

Square didn’t slouch on the Mario part of Mario RPG either. A large part of the game is basically top-down platforming, and it’s all fun. I’m excited to see how this game looks and plays with modern sensibilities.

Obviously, they’re keeping it very similar to the original release in terms of mechanics. It’s still isometric, and I think that’s the right way to go. But everything looks much more full of life and enjoyable than ever before. This is a Switch exclusive, so everybody with a Switch who wants to play Super Mario RPG will be doing it on November 17th.

BONUS

November 2023 is shaping up to be a great month for gamers, with a number of exciting new releases on the horizon. Here are four games to look out for:

  • Naruto X Boruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Connections (November 16th, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PC): This 3D action fighting game promises to be the most definitive Naruto fighting game yet, featuring a massive roster of characters from both the Naruto and Boruto series.
  • Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story (November 1st, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC): This single-player narrative adventure game is set in the League of Legends universe and follows the story of Nunu, a young boy who must team up with his yeti companion Willump to save his homeland.
  • Hogwarts Legacy (November 14th, Nintendo Switch): This open-world action RPG allows players to create their own student and attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Players will learn spells, explore the castle and grounds, and make choices that will affect the course of the story.
  • Tintin Reporter: Cigars of the Pharaoh (November 7th, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PC): This point-and-click adventure game is based on the classic Tintin comic book series. Players will take control of Tintin as he investigates a mysterious conspiracy involving ancient Egyptian artifacts.

These are just a few of the new games coming out in November 2023. Be sure to check back with your favorite gaming retailers for more information and release dates.

FAQ

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 features a variety of multiplayer modes, including Team Deathmatch, Domination, Search and Destroy, and Special Ops. There is also a Spec Ops Survival mode, which is a cooperative mode where players must work together to survive waves of increasingly difficult enemies.

Killstreaks in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 are rewards that players can earn by killing enemies without dying. There are a variety of killstreaks available, including airstrikes, helicopter gunships, and even nuclear bombs. The more enemies a player kills without dying, the more powerful killstreaks they will be able to earn.

Here are some tips for playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3:

  • Use cover to your advantage. Don’t run out into the open where you’ll be an easy target.
  • Be aware of your surroundings. Listen for enemy footsteps and pay attention to where your teammates are.
  • Communicate with your teammates. Call out enemy positions and work together to achieve your objectives.
  • Find a combination of weapons and attachments that gives you the best chance of success, based on your playstyle.
  • Practice makes perfect. The more you play, the better you will become.

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