Notable Video Game Releases of October 2013

Gamers can catch them all, go faster than the speed of sound, be the vengeance of the night, and party with friends in some of the notable video game releases for the month ahead.

These are a few of the most notable video game releases for home computers and gaming consoles in North America for the month of October 2013.

Gamers can catch them all, go faster than the speed of sound, be the vengeance of the night, and party with friends in some of the notable video game releases for the month ahead.

These are a few of the most notable video game releases for home computers and gaming consoles in North America for the month of October 2013.

Sonic Lost World (WiiU & 3DS, October 22nd, Sega) – Sega's latest title featuring Sonic the Hedgehog is coming exclusively to Nintendo platforms. Lost World has you controlling the speedy blue blur through multiple unique worlds in his battle against a new series of foes, the Deadly Six. The WiiU version contains unique worlds that work in multiple dimensions with a number of branching paths, as well as side-scrolling levels. Multiplayer functionality is also included.

Pokemon X/Y (Nintendo 3DS, October 12nd, Nintendo) – The phenomenon continues with the worldwide launch of the latest Pokemon title, exclusively for Nintendo's current handheld gaming system. The first 3D handheld title introduces the sixth-generation of Pokemon in the Kalos region. Although many new monsters are included, would-be trainers and masters can also acquire one of the original starting Pokemon from the first games as well.

Batman: Arkham Origins (Windows, PS3, X-Box 360, WiiU, October 25th) – A prequel to the popular Batman: Arkham Asylum action-adventure game, Origins finds the caped crusader on Christmas Eve as a smattering of assassins target him all at once. The game introduces new gadgets, side missions, and in some versions, multiplayer. The WiiU version lacks the multiplayer of the other versions, but comes in at ten dollars cheaper in price.

Wii Party U (WiiU, October 25th) – A sequel to the successful Wii Party, this game with a focus on mulitplayer also comes packed with an extra Wii Motion Plus controller at no extra cost. Players can use their Miis as they compete in over 80 mini-games, including some that use the touchscreen and camera features of the WiiU's gamepad.


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