Yo, what's going on, guys. Here is your old friend. Lots of good games were released in October, and I believe some of you already enjoyed the game. But still got some people are waiting for their 'top 1' game. Today, I will list ten games that will release in November. Let's go and have a look. See your 'top 1' game in this list or not. Please keep an eye, guys. I will list all the release date at the end of each game.
10. Jurassic World Evolution 2
Starting with number TEN, it's "Jurassic World Evolution 2." Now, this is somewhere along the lines of Jurassic World Theme Park. It's a business simulation where you essentially make a theme park with dinosaurs. Now, this worked out well in the first "Jurassic World Evolution," kind of a dinosaur-themed "Zoo Tycoon" or "RollerCoaster Tycoon," somewhere between the two things. But it's a well-liked game and did well for the developers. I'm excited to see exactly what they add for the second. The previous game was set on an island, which is now set on the mainland United States. So that provides for a lot more terrain and biomes, and one thing I've heard mentioned is that the maps for this one are significant, I mean, a lot larger than the first game. I don't have measurements exactly, but between the more visible improvements that they've been talking about, the return of Jeff Goldblum, Bryce Dallas Howard, it looks like it's shaping up to be a fun entry to this franchise. Hopefully, it's a long-running one that continues to improve over time. "Jurassic Park Evolution 2" is landing on Windows, the PlayStations, and the Xboxes on November 9th.
9. Sherlock Holmes Chapter One
At number NINE is "Sherlock Holmes Chapter One," an exciting open world investigation game that explores an era of Sherlock's existence that no other story has explored in any depth. This is an adolescent Sherlock Holmes, who is just becoming an adult. He has a different best friend, still named John, but not John Watson, and there is a certain degree of vulnerability that they're explicitly advertising this Sherlock to have. You're constructing the Sherlock that everyone knows during this story, which sounds very interesting to me. We don't get Sherlock Holmes origin stories ever, and when we do, he's usually of the age he usually has a lot of mysteries under his belt. He's usually experienced, usually knows what he's doing. Here, we're supposedly going to get a somewhat unearned arrogance as you use deductive reasoning and piece together clues to solve mysteries. I think this sounds like an exciting and intriguing concept, and Frogwares has pulled off this type of game plenty of times, so I trust it. "Sherlock Holmes Chapter One" is coming to Windows, the PlayStations, and the Xboxes on November 16th.
8. The Last Stand: Aftermath
"The Last Stand: Aftermath," at number EIGHT, takes on an interesting perspective of a zombie apocalypse game. You have been infected, and you ultimately will fall to the infection. That is the point of the game. When you take on a character, that's going to happen to them, period. The reason is there is a city behind a wall of humans who have survived the zombie apocalypse, and if anybody gets infected, it's agreed that that person has to leave. Your characters are infected. They have to leave. They go out into the wilderness, survive, and take on tons of zombies in this rogue life. Now, I think this is an excellent idea for a scenario where you can go out and find hope for people. You can be used in your last period. It's clever because you die, you start up as another survivor, and the game pretty much explains itself without having to. I liked this. I played the demo, which is available if you want to play it now, and it is an enjoyable game. It's not the prettiest thing you're ever going to see, but it is a visually pleasing adventure game, and the top-down combat works well, in my opinion. I enjoy it a lot. That is coming to the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and PC on November 16th.
7. Call of Duty: Vanguard
At number SEVEN is "Call of Duty: Vanguard," which is billing itself as the best World War II game. Now, that is a pretty tough order to fill, so I think they know they have an ace in the hole, or they're good at marketing, one of the two, I don't know, but I have to say I like the sound of the campaign. You've got modern warfare style mechanics, you got blind firing from behind cover, you got destructible environments, and you play through the establishment of the special forces to deal with the immediate fallout of World War II. There's also, of course, zombies. There's multiplayer. We all know we get in a full-ass "Call of Duty" game, and honestly, this could be a good version of it. I'm looking forward to this, and I'm not typically looking forward to a ton of "Call of Duty" games. I'm more interested in every few titles of them, and this is one that I've had my eye on a little bit. I think that it's going to be good. "Call of Duty: Vanguard" hits the PlayStations, the Xboxes, and Microsoft Windows on November 5th.
6. Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker
At number SIX is "Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker," an expansion to "Final Fantasy XIV" that continues the story and directly confronts the Garlean Empire. For the most part, it's not said that there will be many changes to the base game's systems. Like you're going to get quests the same way, you're going to have the same battles, and that's not bad, 'cause "Final Fantasy XIV" is great. It's a game that has a very checkered history that resulted in really a superior product. Although this got delayed a year thanks to the pandemic, I think that ultimately continuing with the "Final Fantasy XIV" narrative is a great idea, because frankly, it's a great and fun world to exist in. "Endwalker" is landing on the PlayStations and Microsoft Windows on November 23rd.
5. Shin Megami Tensei V
At number FIVE is "Shin Megami Tensei V," the overarching series that the "Persona" games are a sub-series of. The setup you will probably find familiar if you have played any of these games before, whether "Persona" or the mainline series. The player is a high school student who's investigating demons with some friends. This version of it transports you from modern-day regular Tokyo to an alternate universe, post-apocalyptic Tokyo, and the event ends up bringing these demons through to your Tokyo, and the whole story ensues. Atlas knows what they're doing with RPGs, and this and "Persona" has always been great series. I have no doubt that'll be a fantastic RPG. It's for the Nintendo Switch, and it's landing on November 12th.
4. Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
At number FOUR is "Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl," which is a mouthful, but it makes sense because it is a remake of "Diamond and Pearl." So they added adjectives, you know, let you know that it's way better, brilliant and shining. The art style of this game drew some controversy, but I don't know that it's something that I would consider to be a detriment in any natural way. I mean, it's a new "Pokemon" game based on old "Pokemon" games, so to some extent, you have an idea what to expect narratively, as well as with the last few "Pokemon" games, the mechanics that have been refined and brought into a 3D space. It's pretty, I think, easy to understand what you're going to get from this, so if the art style turns you off, I could kind of understand, but I have a feeling it's still going to be a great version of these games anyway. Being a "Pokemon" game, these are a Nintendo Switch exclusive, and "Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl" are landing on November 19th.
3. Battlefield 2042
At number THREE is "Battlefield 2042," a game that in its beta did cause some controversy by being not exceptionally stable. DICE has made claims as to have fixed the issues that were brought up during then. This one is solely multiplayer, so they better have. The total lack of a single-player campaign means that they don't have a lot to lean on if the multiplayer is buggy and wrong. Keeping in mind the beta was pretty limited and held back by those problems that they claim to have fixed, it may not be a good representation of the game, and "Battlefield" at its best is always fantastic. It's a great first-person shooter, usually known for good level design, and some of the ideas sound like interesting modes in terms of styles of competition. Interestingly enough, the next-gen stuff, PC, PS5, Xbox Series X and S, they'll support 128 player games, while the PS4 and Xbox One versions are only going to support 64 players at once as if that's a small number of players, and "Battlefield 2042" is coming to all of those platforms on November 19th.
2. Forza Horizon 5
At number two is "Forza Horizon 5." Obviously, "Forza Horizon" is kind of your arcadey cousin to "Forza," and in terms of which I prefer, I am a "Horizon" person. I much like the slightly arcadey racing. However, this is by far the best looking of any "Forza" game ever. It's set in a fictionalized representation of Mexico, a new weather system where you can see storms coming. There are multiple climates, multiple seasons, multiple biomes. There's also this mini arcade mode they've added, where they have these minigames that you can find all around the map. It sounds like a lot of fun in terms of a multiplayer thing, and on top of what we already normally expect from a "Forza Horizon" game, it should be exciting diversions. It is exclusive to the Xboxes and Windows. "Forza Horizon 5" is landing on November 9th.
1. Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy Definitive Edition
And finally, at number one, probably one of the biggest releases of the year, the "Grand Theft Auto: Trilogy Definitive Edition." We've already talked a lot about this. We did a video about the differences between the original games and these versions. We're all pretty excited for it to be able to go back through "Grand Theft Auto III," "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City" and "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" with better graphics without losing the look and feel of the originals, while also modernizing the controls so that they play more like the contemporary "Grand Theft Auto" games. I think it sounds like the best of all worlds combined into one package, and it's coming out on pretty much everything. "Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition" is coming to the PlayStations, the Xboxes, Nintendo Switch, and PC, digitally November 11th, and then on different dates for physical releases and on mobile, which will come next year. That's all for today.