September 2016 releases

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Bioshock Collection

Collecting the 3 Bioshock games, with remastered visuals, a worthy purchase for fans and newcomers alike. Say what you will about the games, they are definitely landmarks in gaming narrative.


Finally console owners can swear vigourously as their team of soldiers is picked off one by one by aliens.

Metroid Prime: Federation Force

Much derided upon announcement for not being a 'proper' metroid game, this co-op FPS moves away from series protagonist Samus, and has you playing a marine of the Galactic Federation.

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past

A 3DS remake of the Playstaion classic, Dragon Quest fans will know what to expect but for everyone else a solid JRPG adventure awaits.


Fighting robots and building weapons in this Microsoft Studios release, players wake up after centuries in cryo sleep to figure out how to save mankind.

Oculus Rift

Officially released in the UK at last, the future of gaming or a overhyped fad?



Directed by Ridley Scott's son Luke, and starring Kate Mara, Toby Jones, Michelle Yeoh and more. Scientists try to control a lab-created superhuman with predictable results.

Kubo And The Two Strings

Gorgeous stop-motion animated film about a boy's journey to discover his family's secrets.

Blair Witch

The witch is back! Sequel to the original 1999 Blair Witch Project, strange disturbances and accusations in this creepy psychological horror.

Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children

Tim Burton adapts the novel featuring a series of children with strange gifts in the titular home, run by Eva Green's Miss Peregrine, who, you may have guessed, can turn into a falcon.

Swiss Army Man

Daniel Radcliffe plays a corpse that washes up onshore where a marooned and somewhat confused Paul Dano befriends him.

Anything we missed? What are you looking forward to this month? Let us know in the comments!