It’s all about cards this month and, er, the ter­rors hid­ing in the depth below. En­joy!

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Pub­lisher Dou­ble Fine Pro­duc­tions de­vel­oper Glum­ber­land due 2019 This cute crea­ture dance-a-thon has re­vealed a lit­tle more of its fu­ture an­tics by in­tro­duc­ing a card-based sys­tem to its adorable dance bat­tles. Each Ooblet will have a ‘deck’ of moves that will be ran­domly drawn for you to play from. Of course each card will have a silly name and pic­ture at­tached to it to keep with the light-hearted feel of the game.

Jump Force

Pub­lisher Bandai Namco de­vel­oper Spike Chun­soft due 2019 New char­ac­ters have been an­nounced for this colour­ful anime fighter, in­clud­ing Yugi from Yu-gi-oh. He’ll fight along­side his fa­mous cards Dark Ma­gi­cian, Dark Ma­gi­cian Girl and Sil­fer The Sky Dragon. Char­ac­ters from Bleach have also been con­firmed, in­clud­ing Ichigo, Rukia and suave bad guy Aizen. And the ros­ter is likely to ex­pand even fur­ther over the com­ing months.

Gwent: The Witcher Card Game

Pub­lisher CD Pro­jekt de­vel­oper CD Pro­jekt due 4 De­cem­ber The card game from The Witcher 3 is fi­nally get­ting a full re­lease by the end of the year, as well as a new look and a lot of tweaks cour­tesy of the Home­com­ing up­date. It’ll be get­ting a darker makeover to be more in keep­ing with The Witcher uni­verse, and will also add a sin­gle-player cam­paign for those who aren’t keen on play­ing with oth­ers. Per­fect for lone wolves like Ger­alt.

The One We Found

Pub­lisher Loveridge De­signs de­vel­oper Loveridge De­signs due Win­ter 2018 This indie sur­vival hor­ror is look­ing suit­ably fear-in­duc­ing thanks to some twists on clas­sic tropes. It’s set in Whis­per­wood men­tal in­sti­tu­tion which is home to a re­cently un­cov­ered net­work of caves. It’ll be up to you to find out what’s go­ing on while go­ing up against vi­o­lent ex-pa­tients as you’re pushed into in­creas­ingly hor­ri­ble sit­u­a­tions. Just an av­er­age work day then.

Tales Of Ves­pe­ria De­fin­i­tive Edi­tion

Pub­lisher Bandai Namco de­vel­oper Bandai Namco due 11 Jan­uary 2019 We were hop­ing this clas­sic JRPG re­mas­ter would be out this year, but it’s just slipped into 2019. Luck­ily it’ll be com­ing with a pre­mium edi­tion that in­cludes a steel book, a cel­e­bra­tory art book, sound­track, pin badges, col­lectible cards and stick­ers. It’s a hefty pack­age, which makes the ex­tra wait worth it – es­pe­cially as the art­work is in­cred­i­bly dif­fi­cult to find out­side of Ja­pan.

This Is Poo l

Pub­lisher VooFoo Stu­dios de­vel­oper VooFoo Stu­dios due 2019 While bil­liards and pool are fun hob­bies, the need for a huge room to fit a gi­ant ta­ble in is mas­sively pro­hib­i­tive. Thank­fully there’s an up­com­ing game to solve that prob­lem – all the fun of pok­ing balls into holes while only need­ing the space of an Xbox One and a TV. This Is Pool prom­ises the most re­al­is­tic physics for the genre, mak­ing it an in­cred­i­bly faith­ful sim­u­la­tion of the sport.

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