Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases.

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After a lukewarm July, August is already here, the fall season begins, and the first games come that would be a mistake to miss. Hellblade, LawBreakers, Uncharted, Agents of Mayhem, StarCraft Remastered, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Life is Strange and many more on offer.

We hope you have done everything you wanted to do, because the summer break is over and another bout is starting. August will only be the warm-up before the thrills of September, but especially October and November, but the amount of new games is still brutal. On August 29, for example, nine games will come at once. Of course, not everyone will interest everyone, but even then, it will be difficult. Browse through the full list and tell us what you expect.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases

August 2017 releases

The Long Dark – August 1 – PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox One

The month opens with the great success of The Long Dark as an Early Access game, in which we have to survive in the frosty wilderness, without zombies and other imaginary creatures.

Castlestorm VR – August 1 – PS VR

Zen Studios ’Castlestorm PC and Samsung Gear VR have long been playable in VR, but now PS4ers are also getting the version designed for them. The gameplay is pretty much the same as the original, but a few things have been modified to make sense of using VR to give the game a different experience.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases

Dino Frontier – August 1 – PS VR

Also a PS VR game, a bit wild west, a bit dinosaur. We need to build a city, survive the attacks of bandits, protect the little people as giants.

Tacoma – August 2 – PC, Xbox One

We can roam a high-tech space station in Fullbright’s new game, which also marks Gone Home.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – August 8 – PC, PlayStation 4

We don’t know yet where to put the Hellblade, but all that is certain is that we are experiencing visions with a young girl in the Viking Age. Ninja Theory consulted scientists to provide the best possible experience.

LawBreakers – August 8 – PC, PlayStation 4

Cliff Bleszinski’s fast-paced action game, LawBreakers, is a caste-based multiplayer shooter with a strong Quake effect. We can use the space in all directions to surprise our opponents, and whoever stops is likely to die soon.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 – August 8 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Capcom has already ported a dose of Mega Man games to those platforms, but there are still some that were left out of the first package. Including the seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth parts, Legacy Collection 2 also brings challenges.

Sudden Strike 4 – August 11 – PC, Mac, PlayStation 4

Although the popularity of World War II in the FPS category waned pretty slowly, it was lovingly used in strategy games. During Sudden Strike 4, we can unite our units in three campaigns (Allied, German, Soviet) or confront others on online battlefields.

StarCraft Remastered – August 14 – PC

Blizzard is just poking StarCraft as much as absolutely necessary. Matchmaking is included, the visuals improve a bit, but the gameplay stays the same, which fans have been loving for a very long time. This is the best way.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases

Beacon – August 15 – PC, Mac

Beacon is a beautiful sci-fi shooter with a low budget, isometric view. We have to traverse ourselves through extraterrestrial life forms, walking on randomly generated orbits.

Matterfall – August 15 – PlayStation 4

Also sci-fi, also a shooter, but not isometric, but can be played from a side view. Housemarque’s Matterfall is also partly a platformer, but the focus is still on the action.

Sonic Mania – August 15 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch

The cart hasn’t been going so well for the Sonic franchise in a couple of years, but SEGA is unwilling to give up. Sonic Mania arrives for the 25th anniversary of the series, trying to bring back the atmosphere of the classics, so much so that the plaques are remixed versions of the old ones.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases

Agents of Mayhem – August 18 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Volition decided to try something different besides Saints Row games. Agents of Mayhem takes place in the Saints Row universe, but we can get to know different agents, not the saints. We can control three of the twelve at a time, alternately finding the one who is best suited to a given situation. It will be a fast paced shooter, we will see how it bakes.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – August 22 – PlayStation 4 (Pre-order)

It originally started as a DLC for Uncharted 4, but Naughty Dog realized he could tell a lot about Nadine and Chloe, so eventually the new part of the Uncharted series grew into a standalone game. In this, we accompany the lady couple on an adventure that will be at least ten hours, if not longer. We have to be without Nathan, but that’s not a problem at all – we’ve loved all the characters before, we’ll love them now.

The Escapists 2 – August 22 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Unsurprisingly, in the sequel to The Escapists, you have to escape again. The second part can be played online and offline, with a split screen, cooperatively new types of prisons are coming, we can also craft to achieve our goal. Considering the feedback, they’ll change it from the previous part, but anyone who didn’t like it probably won’t. This is the perfect time for those who haven’t tried it.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Legacy – August 25 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

The Ultimate Ninja Storm series is over recently, the next game will be different. Bandai found it very good to put together the four parts they’ve released so far and all their downloadable packages, and then release the whole thing for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It is not worth expecting innovations, it is really just a summary.

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F1 2017 – August 25 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Codemasters still owns the rights to the Formula 1 games. The guys don’t do a bad job, but we’ve seen a game in which it was more fun to drive a shape car. Until the contract expires, the situation will remain and in small steps but will expand, the series will improve. This year’s part brings not only the tracks and riders of the current season but also classic cars, we can drive Ayrton Senna’s 1988 McLaren MP4 / 4, several Ferraris and Renault as well. We’ll see if that’s enough to make anyone who played last year’s game worth buying as well.

Madden NFL 18 – August 25 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One (Pre-order)

In Madden NFL 18, the gameplay also gets a lot of innovation, but in terms of content, the most important is the Longshot mode, which is similar to the FIFA 17 Journey mode. Here, too, we can steer a young athlete toward stardom. The engine has been replaced anyway, so this is already powered by Frostbite.

One Piece: Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition – August 25 – PC, PlayStation 4, Switch

An improved version of the game, released in 2013 for 3DS and in 2014 for PS3, PS Vita and Wii U, now comes on PS4 Pro with 4K resolution, but all three new platforms will be nicer than the original.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases

Dead Alliance – August 29 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

The Dead Alliance is a real specialty; Rare in this age of zombie shooter, good to have another one. The game stands out from the rest by saying that we don’t just have to grind undead, we can put them on our own side with special weapons, we can use them as weapons.

Everybody’s Golf – August 29 – PlayStation 4

It’s a fun thing to give a PS4-exclusive game a title like “Everyone’s Golf”. After all, it belongs to everyone who has a PS4. Sure, it’s just another part of a long-running series (Hot Shots in the West, but it was called that in Japan) that they wanted to release back in 2015, but then they were so carved that the look dragged on. We can play in an open world, customize our athletes, play with others online, and best of all, drive golf carts.

Ark: Survival Evolved – August 29 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

It has expanded and evolved for a long time, but it is time for Ark: Survival Evolved to appear. Anyone who joins now will find himself faced with a wealth of content, can take control of many prehistoric beings, ride, and, when not dealing with it, build bases. The goal is to survive.

Yakuza Kiwami – August 29 – PlayStation 4

It has been a long time since Yakuza Kiwami appeared on the Japanese market, although there is less and less to wait for localization these days. In any case, with a one-and-a-half-year lag, we also receive the first revamped edition of the Yakuza, which runs at better resolution, framerate, has nicer textures, and has a shorter charging time than the original. The story was also made more understandable.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – August 29 – Switch (Pre-order)

Nintendo characters mix with Ubisoft rabbits, and no matter how weird the pairing is, the game looks pretty good. In Kingdom Battle, the fight is most similar to XCOM (without permadeath, of course), and outside of that we can adventure in a kingdom overwhelmed by evil rabbits.

XCOM 2: War of the Chosen – August 29 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

And if you’re already an XCOM, just now with the game you just come up with a voluminous addition to the XCOM 2. In War of the Chosen, new factions take action against the aliens, but new enemies also arrive that will not be easy to suppress. We get a couple of new zones, the gameplay is evolving, and there is also a challenge mode in which we can extend the time spent in the game with challenges.

Absolver – August 29 – PC, PlayStation 4

Developers at Ubisoft once formed a new team to create Absolver. The main role in the game is played by martial arts, we can choose what movements our character should be able to make. It’s special, its gameplay is a bit slow, it deserves attention.

Hello Neighbor – August 29 – PC, Xbox One

In its Early Access state, tinyBuild’s special horror game, Hello Neighbor, has been available for a long time, but the full version will finally be released at the end of the month. The goal is to break into the neighbor and sneak into his basement, but the task is not easy. The gentleman can find us at any time, plus he learns from everything, so it’s not worth using the same tactics twice.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases

Windjammers – August 29 – PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita

If you’ve played Disc Jam, you’ll also be familiar with the Windjammers gameplay. The original of this was a 1994 game, and the new version largely retained the visual world as well, but the graphics were dragged an ant higher. It may not be worth it for someone who has Disc Jam (and since it was free with PS Plus, some live that way), but it is recommended for those who want to nostalgia.

Life is Strange: Before the Storm – August 31 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Life is Strange continues with a mini-series that takes us back to the events of the first season. The focus is on 16-year-old Chloe, who is incapable of time travel. Rachel also gets a bigger role.

Last Day of June – August 31 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

The game comes on the last day of August, which is about the last day of June (and not June). It will be a touching tale of love, of loss.

September 2017 game releases

Warriors All-Stars – September 3 – PC, PlayStation 4

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Agents of Mayhem – August 2017 game releases

Knack 2 – September 5 – PlayStation 4

Destiny 2 – September 6 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One (Pre-order)

Nascar Heat 2 – September 12 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 – September 12 – PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One (Pre-order)

Tooth and Tail – September 12 – PlayStation 4

Divinity: Original Sin 2 – September 14 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider – September 15 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One (Pre-order)

Metroid: Samus Returns – September 15 – Nintendo 3DS

Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite – September 19 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One (Pre-order)

NBA 2K18 – September 19 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch (Pre-order)

Project Cars 2 – September 22 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One (Pre-order)

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game – September 22 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch

Pokkén Tournament DX – September 22 – Switch (Pre-order)

Total War: Warhammer 2 – September 28 – PC

Cuphead – September 29 – PC, Xbox One

FIFA 18 – September 29 – PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Switch (Pre-order)

Super NES Classic Edition – September 29 (Pre-order)

Gundam Versus – September 29

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