Team Pick is a feature where the Team here at Press Start, gives you a run down on the latest games coming out in the good ‘ol land down under. While we’re at it, we share our personal picks and why we’re excited about them!

November is the biggest month that gaming has seen in quite a few years. It will see the release of some of Nintendo’s biggest franchises and will mark the launch of the PS4 and the Xbox One. It’ll definitely be an interesting month for all gamers!

Please bear in mind that these dates are subject to change, and some games are still to have dates to be announced. We will do our best to update the article as changes occur.

TEAM PICKS

NOV Kevin
Due to sitting out on next-gen consoles this year, I’ll be going for COD Ghosts too. The engine may be shamefully outdated, the gameplay barely moving forward and the focus on the ‘dog’ laughable, but nevertheless I always fold and buy the next installment. I see no reason why this won’t change.

NOVDIEGO
I am not getting the game straight away, but Knack is my pick. When I saw the trailer the first time back in E3, I was extremely hooked. The game reminded me of days past when I used to play Spyro and Crash Bandicoot until my thumbs fell off. I really yearn for games that make me feel like a kid again, wash my worries away, and give me cheerful laughs. KNACK!!

NovJAKE
Ratchet and Clank: Into The Nexus will most probably be my final game purchase for the PS3 and I see no finer way to end it with a game that concludes a story told this generation of gaming. I was fortunate enough to get a small preview earlier on of this game and it had me instantly hooked in particular a few of the new weapons that will be available. A perfect way to end a relationship with my PS3 that has been with me since my first game purchase which was in fact the first Ratchet and Clank game of the PS3 series.

NOVSHANNON
For me it has to be Killzone Shadowfall. I’ve played every game in the series to date and always enjoyed my time with them but not been blown away. After playing Killzone Shadowfall this is completely changed. The game has taken a completely different approach in its art style and it gives the game a new life. Not only this but the Dualshock 4 feels absolutely incredible for playing First Person Shooters so I feel that this is one game that a lot of people are overlooking.

NOVJOSHUA
After the multiplayer reveal of Ghosts and now the Extinction trailer, I need to play the new COD. The graphics are amazing, the gameplay is smooth and efficient and you get to battle in space. I’m not sure what else I need to say, I’m sure it’ll be a massive release like every one before it.

NovJohn
The Legend of Zelda: A Link between Worlds: Much like many others, I love the Legend of Zelda. A Link between worlds is a sequel to a Link to the past. So it’s safe to assume, that this will be a return to what 2D Zelda games do best. Not to mention, A Link between world is the first Original Zelda title we have seen since 2011′s Skyward Sword.

Release List

November 5th
Call Of Duty Ghosts – PC/WIi/PS3/360

November 6th
Ratchet and Clank: Into The Nexus – PS3

November 7th
Nintendo Wii U Mario and Luigi Premium Pack
Mario & Luigi Wii Remote Plus

November 9th
Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy – 3DS
Mario & Sonic at the Sochi Winter Oylmpics – Wii U

November 13th
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – PC/Wii U/3DS/DS/Vita

November 14th
Harvest Moon: A New Beginning – 3DS
SimCity: Cities Of Tomorrow – PC
Ducktales Remastered – PC

November 20th
Tearaway – Vita
Wonderbook: Walking With Dinosaurs – PS3
Wonderbook: Book of Potions – PS3

November 21st
Assassins Creed: Black Flag – PS4/Xbox One/Wii U/PC
Young Justice: Legacy – PS3/360

November 22nd
Xbox One Console
RYSE – Xbox One
Forza 5 – Xbox One
Dead Rising 3 – Xbox One
Battlefield 4 – Xbox One
Fifa 14 – Xbox One
NBA 2k14 – Xbox One
Need For Speeds Rivals – Xbox One
Skylanders Swapforce – Xbox One
Zoo Tycoon – Xbox One
Madden NFL 25 – Xbox One
Just Dance 2014 – Xbox One
Zumba Fitness World Party – Xbox One
Call Of Duty Ghosts – Xbox One

November 23rd
The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds – 3DS

November 27th
LEGO Friends – 3DS

November 28th
Pac-Man and The Ghostly Adventures – 3DS

November 29th
Playstation 4 Console
Killzone Shadowfall – PS4
Knack – PS4
Battlefield 4 – PS4
Fifa 14 – PS4
NBA 2k14 – PS4
Madden 25 – PS4
NBA Live 14 – PS4
Skylanders Swapforce – PS4
Call Of Duty Ghosts – PS4

November 30th
Super Mario 3D World – Wii U

About The Author

Shannon Grixti

The creator and editor of Press Start Australia. I write news and reviews. I enjoy all types of games but mostly action/platformers/fps. A lover of all things music, gaming, graphic design. I really love games that try to break the mould and that try to communicate something beyond and above what is expected.

  • James Cluckey

    Haha. Funny how 2 people picked COD. But no one picked BF. Suck it.

    • Kevin He

      Battlefield came out in October, and the two who picked it decided to opt out of Next-Gen consoles this year.

  • James Cluckey

    The release dates are incredibly wrong.

    • shancake

      We’re an Australian website so these are Australian release dates. Sorry for the confusion! Also we counted Battlefield 4 as an October release. COD looks absolutely incredible though!

      • James Cluckey

        Ahh. I see the au in the address bar. My bad. I just assume most articles are written for the US.