Biggest Game Releases This Week (23-27 November) | MenStuff

Biggest Game Releases This Week (23-27 November)

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Looking for a new game this week? We take a look at what’s hitting SA store shelves and digital outlets.

November has already delivered in a big way with the release of Fallout 4, Black Ops 3, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Star Wars Battlefront; but the month is not done just yet, and there are some more horror-filled, block-tastic, and paranormal-packed games coming our way this week.

Bloodborne: The Old Hunters

Release date: 24 November (PS4)Buy Bloodborne on

Bloodborne: The Old Hunters is a no brainer for PS4 owners and fans of the franchise. The Old Hunters brings some new horrors to Bloodborne. The expansion sheds some light on Yharnam’s dark and sinister past as new hunters experience the nightmare of the hunters who used to guard Byrgenwerth’s secrets.

The expansion includes quite a bit of new stuff for hunters to look forward to including a new world and area, and new weapons and items. Oh and also new trophies. The new world, The Hunters’ Nightmare and the new area, the Astral Clock Tower will have plenty of new enemies including rabid hunters, as well as new hunters to encounter, some even from the Far East. Some new weapons are Simon’s Bowblade, the Bloodletter and the Djura, a powerful gattling gun.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Episode 3

Release date: 24 November (PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, iOS, Android) – Buy Minecraft Story Mode on

If you’re into the Minecraft: Story Mode series then there’s no reason to pass on the new episode this week. “The Last Place You Look” finds Jesse and his/her crew trapped without much time left. They must find a way to locate Soren, the final member of the Order of the Stone. On their way to finding Soren they’ll encounter many terrific locations including what lies beneath the empty sky of The End. It is imperative they locate and gain Soren’s aid as his knowledge is the only way to combat the Witherstorm. Can Jesse and crew find him before there isn’t a world to save anymore.

Beyond: Two Souls

Release date: 24 November (PS4)

Quantic Dream announced a while back they’d be bringing their two PS3 darlings to the PS4 at some point. Recently they revealed Beyond: Two Souls would release digitally on PS4 this week. The PS4 version features a number of improvements over its PS3 counterpart, chief among them is the ability to play the game in chronological order from the start of the game, and the ability to compare decisions with other players at the end of each scene.

Other improvements come in the form of graphics with the resolution bumping up to 1080p, better lighting and shadows, and new touches like motion blur, bloom, and depth of field effects. The PS4 version will also use the DualShock 4 speaker when players are controlling the Entity. Certain fight scenes have increased difficulty and better controls for the action sequences. It will also include the Enhanced Experiments DLC.

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