Hamish McPherson doesn't think it is really fair that October gets a reputation as a spooky month. After all, Halloween isn't until the absolute last day of the month. Before that you get those nice, crisp autumn days and you get to watch lots of NFL football games, safe in the knowledge that it’s too early for your team to be removed from playoff contention (and, of course, you get Canadian Thanksgiving). But the game industry, the movie industry, and every other industry disagrees with me here. October is spooky month, and that’s when the spooky stuff comes out. Here’s a list of the biggest game releases scheduled for October.