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New games for the month of September 2015What should you play in September 2015? Jeff Bakalar runs down the most anticipated games on the Xbox, PlayStation and PC platforms.
[MUSIC] The summer is coming to an end in 2015 [UNKNOWN] gaming season is upon us. December brings us over a dozen titles that you should absolutely have on your radar. There's a lot to get to so let's get started. September starts off with a bang. Metal Gear Solid: V The Phantom Pain arrives on the first of the month. It's the highly anticipated follow-up from Hideo Kojima. And reviews are in, and they are stellar. On the same day, open world wasteland adventure game, Mad Max, hits. It's not based on the Fury Road movie, but aimed to capture the same kind of carnage. On September 11, Nintendo will release Super Mario Maker for the Wii U. which lets players build their very own Mario Brothers levels. Oh my God this game is so fantastic. I can't wait for you to play it. On the 15th, hockey fans will get the next iteration of EA's NHL series, NHL 16. And soccer hooligans will get the next does of Pro Evolution Soccer as well. also on the same day, the xbox one exclusive Forza Motorsport six will launch in all of it's racing simulation glory. And I'm not going to lie the rain effects in that game are pretty badass. On September 20, Skylanders super chargers will be released, it's the fifth game in the series and will finally introduce vehicles for the first time. On the 22nd, it's EA's turn to hit the pitch with FIFA 16. That game will feature female soccer players for the very first time. Lego enters the Toys for Life Space with Lego Dimensions, scheduled for the 27th, and it will feature characters from the Batman, Lord of the Rings universes, and more. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 will hit on the 29th. That, if you can believe it, is the first time that game has gotten a proper numbered sequel in 13 years. On the same day, we'll get a double dose of NBA action first with the basketball simulation standard, NBA 2K16 and its newer competition. From EA NBA Live 16. And finally, also on September 29th, it's Fallout Anthology for the PC which includes every single Fallout game in the series. Pretty remarkable. Okay, that's gonna do it for me. Man, is my wallet about to get rocked this month? join me again next month for a list of games you should have an eye out for in October. Thanks so much for watching [MUSIC]