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SNES Classic

Xbox One X

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Star Wars: Battlefront II

Super Mario Odyssey

Cuphead

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War

Assassin's Creed Origins

Price: $80

On sale: Sept. 29

The outlook: The mini SNES will be one of the hottest gifts this holiday season, but we're worried Nintendo hasn't made enough for all those who want one. That's a shame, because the SNES Classic has an amazing lineup of games on board, including the North American debut of Star Fox 2.

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Price: $500

On sale: Nov. 7

The outlook: Xbox's answer to the PlayStation 4 Pro is undoubtedly a more powerful piece of hardware, but we're skeptical about Microsoft's ability to assemble a lineup of truly compelling software to be played on this juggernaut.

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Price: $60

On sale: Oct. 27

The outlook: Nazis have taken over America, and it's up to Billy Blazkowicz and his band of resistance fighters to stop them.

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Price: $60

On sale: Nov. 17

The outlook: The sequel to 2015's Battlefront promises to up the ante in nearly every category, especially where the game needed it: a single-player story mode.

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Price: $60

On sale: Oct. 27

The outlook: Mario is back in a new adventure that takes him to worlds he's never been to. Using his hat (!), he can transform into objects in the world and combat enemies at the same time.

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Price: $20

On sale: Sept. 29

The outlook: This highly anticipated indie darling takes inspiration from the cartoons of the 1930s, but we're most excited to see how Cuphead plays.

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Price: $60

On sale: Oct. 10

The outlook: Shadow of Mordor was a surprise when it debuted in 2014, and its follow-up Shadow of War looks to push the open world Lord of the Rings tale even further.

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Price: $60

On sale: Oct. 27

The outlook: After a year off in the release schedule for the franchise, Assassin's Creed takes players back to the start: ancient Egypt.

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