There was no EXPANSIONS monthly issue for August, September, and October, but EXPANSIONS is making a triumphant return in November!
Other Recently Released Games
Other recently released video games include: Call of Cthulhu, My Hero One's Justice, and Diablo III: Eternal Collection.
Call of Cthulhu is available for PS4, PC and Xbox One. Uncover the chilling mysteries of this RPG-investigation game, descending deep into a world of cosmic horrors, creeping madness, and shrouded Old Gods within Lovecraft's iconic universe. Call of Cthulhu is developed by Cyanide Studio and is rated M for mature audiences.
My Hero One's Justice is available for PS4, PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Based on the hit weekly Shonen Jump manga series. Choose between fan favorite characters like Deku, All Might, Tomura, and many more on your path to justice. The environments are at your disposal as players can destroy their surrounding in fierce battles. Gorgeous and fathful Anime-style graphics. My Hero One's Justice is developed by Bandai Namco and is rated T for teen audiences.
Diablo III has long been released for PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360. Now Diablo III is also available for Nintendo Switch. Diablo III is developed by Blizzard Entertainment and is rated M for mature audiences.
Upcoming 2018 Game Releases
|Fallout 76||PS4, Xbox One, PC||November 14|
|Battlefield V||PS4, Xbox One, PC||November 16|
|Darksiders III||PS4, Xbox One, PC||November 27|
|Playstation Classic||PSC||December 3|
|Just Cause 4||PS4, Xbox One, PC||December 4|
|Super Smash Bros. Ultimate||Switch||December 7|
|Katamari Damacy REROLL||Switch||December 7|
|Crackdown 3||Xbox One||December 31|
RAGE Gameplay and Review
Look at this! It's gameplay footage instead of screenshots! And there's no commentary?
Rage was released in 2011 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, developed by id Software. A sequel is expected to be released in June 2019, developed by iD Software and Avalanche Studios. Id Software is most famous for Doom, which is also expected to have an installment, Doom Eternal, released next year. Avalanche Studios is most famous for Just Cause, but is also the studio that developed 2015's Mad Max.
Rage was an okay video game with some interesting ideas that it couldn't capitalize on. Rage 2, however, will be amazing with Avalanche Studios helping to develop it. The original Rage featured vehicular combat, but it just wasn't fun. Mad Max also featured vehicular combat and it was one of the highlights of the game. Id Software couldn't make Rage's vehicular combat fun, but that's why they have teamed up with Avalanche Studios to finally develop a sequel.
The original Rage was also severely lacking in the story department, but that's okay, because I had plenty of fun shooting my way through the linear levels. The ending was abrupt and the least enjoyable section of the game, but I have a lot of side quests to go back and complete. Rage 2 will have an open-world and hopefully an actual story.
Game Cache Store
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The following games will be added to the store soon:
- Sniper Elite
- Little Nightmares
- Darksiders II: Definitive Edition
- Gremlins, Inc.
- The Dwarves
- METAL GEAR SOLID V: The Definitive Experience
- Cities: Skylines
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What I Am Playing
I bought Alan Wake more than a year ago when there was the notice that it would be removed from store pages. Recently Alan Wake returned to Steam and I still haven't played this game that I only bought because it was going to disappear... I should probably play it now.
So far Alan Wake is a lot of fun and it will be getting the same treatment as Rage. Be on the lookout for the Alan Wake Gameplay Look later in November. Keep your flashlights handy.
EXPANSIONS - THANK YOU READERS
When I started GAME CACHE, it was just a blog on Tumblr where I periodically posted 10 screenshots from games that I was playing. I was fed up with the amount of bullshots appearing on store pages and in promotional material and wanted to provide a way for fellow gamers to see what the games actually look like.
I wanted to do more with GAME CACHE, though and have spent the last few months thinking about what I could do to grow the site. Game galleries, reviews, miniseries, and a monthly newsletter.
Thank you for reading and supporting!
Disclaimer: GAME CACHE does not own the Doom Eternal video contained in this issue of EXPANSIONS.