Here comes November, the busiest month of the gaming calendar, with several of the big hitters launching in the next few weeks. In this month's GTLF we take a look at the titles you'll be playing in the weeks ahead.
I never watched the video - hate them, but now that it's street date has been pushed forward (on topic)...Smash Bros U. That is all.
Thanks, that was informative!
Preordered and paid for Dragon age Farcey Dragon age Masterchief collection Unity GTA Will probably pick up little big planet and Call of Duty for Shitmas
People must have too much money that's a lot of outlay. I've got call of duty preordered which I'm really looking forward to, possibly il get gtav at Xmas that's about it with possibly DC if I see it cheap
It's called having a job
I only got WWE 2k15 preordered at the moment; that PS4 digital deluxe version. Really looking forward to it and I hope it keeps my attention while all these other games come out in november, but I had to enforce a strict 1 game a month rule or otherwise I always end up with like 20 games never opened by the end of the year. Btw, wwe 2k15 wasn't in the video! For shame, sir (no you, slappy). For shame!
Yeah, I preordered Inquisition three months ago I think. CoD a few weeks ago, and AC: Unity about a month ago. The secret to getting the games you want is a little forward thinking/planning/saving, for me at least. That's how I was able to justify purchasing my PS4 on launch. I simply saved, a little here, a little there. Did without this, or that.
You ordered two copies of Dragon Age? You'll have some good times with those games for sure.
Woah I only ordered two ? heck I want 3 , for each platform!
Lbp3 for me :)
November is going to be mean to my wallet lol.
Video was made to soon smash is coming out.
Well basically I have done without other luxuries... Such as expensive clothes, and food :p
Super Smash Bros. Pokemon ORAS
Why do we need to look for any of these games? They haven't released, so we don't know if they're worth a damn.
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