Nintendo continues to feed off of the successful franchises of yesteryear with a brand-new Donkey Kong Country platforming adventure game. Fans of the previous games will instantly identify with the gameplay as it brings back mine carts, banana stages, and hidden areas.
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (360, PS3, PC) November 16
Players will once again step into the shoes of Ezio as he wages a battle against the Templar Order. Brotherhood also boasts an in-depth multiplayer mode, something that's been lacking so far in the franchise.
Medal of Honor is the anticipated reboot of the military-shooter franchise that debuted 11 years ago. This time, the self-titled Medal of Honor thrusts players into the current ongoing conflict in Afghanistan.
Disney Interactive Studios tapped some pretty impressive talent to bring the first Mickey Mouse game in quite some time to the Wii. Deus Ex and Thief co-creator Warren Spector is behind this darker Mickey title that uses paint and thinner as its main elements.
Two years after the massively successful Fallout 3, the same developer is back to bring us Fallout: New Vegas. This latest title in the Fallout universe takes place shortly after the events in the third game, but on the other side of the country.
Gamers demanded it and Eurocom Entertainment delivered. The title that popularized four-way split-screen mode is back making its debut on the Wii. A new single-player campaign coupled with addictive multiplayer is sure to bring back memories for countless gamers.
We've never seen a Kirby game like this before. In Kirby's Epic Yarn, players use the threaded background to solve puzzles and fight enemies. The game's unique art style is sure to appeal to gamers of all ages.
Call of Duty: Black Ops (360, PS3, Wii, DS, PC) November 9
Though it isn't made by the same developers as Modern Warfare 2, Black Ops is still the highly anticipated follow-up to last year's blockbuster. Black Ops also moves the atmosphere to various conflicts from the Cold War, rather than a modern setting.