Seems like a good portion of 2016 were reboots and sequels but October 2016 will offer plenty of new movies to check out coming to theaters with one sequel exception included on our anticipated list!
The Dead Rising Remastered Triple Pack bundles together Dead Rising (2006), Dead Rising 2 (2010), and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record (2011). Veterans of the series may find the experience to be a little dead, though.
PlayStation 4 owners will be able to enjoy Lara Croft's adventure as part of the Rise of the Tomb Raider 20th Anniversary Celebration Edition coming Oct 11, 2016.
For Honor offers a chance for gamers to get medieval with harsh battle tactics that are up-close and personal.
This time around the development team have added english voice acting for specific parts of the game which was a nice touch. God Eater 2 Rage Burst will most likely appeal to fans of the Monster Hunter franchise or the anime itself.
The Lego Batman Movie Story Pack / includes Robin and Batgirl based on the upcoming film and this coincides with the release of the movie.
BioShock, as the oldest title, obviously gets the biggest update as part of this collection. That said, despite being a nine-year-old game BioShock's graphics hold up surprisingly well, especially on PC.
The graphics in Event are good, but not breathtaking. However, they don't need to be. They do a great job of conveying your environment in space without necessarily adding every minute detail into the scenes.
Generally speaking the Fall season is usually heavy on Oscar quality movies but we also have a large handful of classics and re-issues coming to Blu-ray in September 2016.
Sony held their Tokyo Game Show Press Conference (2016) last night to reveal and show off trailers and gameplay for upcoming titles for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.