November video games: the 7 biggest releases of the month

The Talos Principle 2, Modern Warfare III, and more comprise the biggest video games releasing in November.

Put the skeletons, witches, ghouls, and ghosts back in the closet. Halloween is over! But while the year’s harrowing horror games have now returned to the grave, November’s video games are already knocking at the door and coughing politely as they wait to be let in. We'd best not keep them waiting any longer! So if you’re after something to play this month, here are the seven biggest game releases in November. Prepare for puzzles, parties, and classics from the past.

The Talos Principle 2

Release date: November 2

Platforms: PC, PlayStation, Xbox

Nine years ago, Serious Sam developer Croteam surprised us with a thoughtful, Portal-style 3D puzzle game packed with philosophical musings and easter eggs galore. The sequel looks to expand the scope further, introducing wider environments and fresh puzzling mechanics like anti-gravity beams and color converters. If you’re looking to test your wits and ponder the purpose of (robot) humanity, look no further.

Thirsty Suitors

november video games thirsty suitors - Jala dramatically shakes hands with a man on the right. An explosion of color appears behind them, including sharp pink lines and an orange cloud
© Outerloop Games

Release date: November 2

Platforms: PC, Switch, PlayStation, Xbox

Jala returns to her hometown for her sister’s wedding, only to find herself reckoning with a suite of spurned exes Oh no! It's time to mend friendships, flirt and fight in turn-based combat, and skate around the neighborhood performing sick tricks. No wonder everyone is falling for you. Thirsty Suitors promises over-the-top action and visuals with plenty of comedy to boot.

WarioWare: Move It!

Release date: November 3

Platforms: Switch

If you fondly remember passing Wii remote around to waggle in microgames back in the day, then WarioWare: Move It! could be the perfect chance to relive that level of ridiculousness. Grab a set of Joy-Cons and match the pose on screen to complete a mishmash of nonsensical games that’ll see you performing pull ups, playing volleyball, picking noses, and so much more. WarioWare: Move It! includes support for solo play, two-player co-op, and competitive party-mode minigames.

Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name

november video games like a dragon gaiden the man who erased his name - kiryu backhands an enemy's face into a window on a daylight street in Japan
© Ry Ga Gotoku

Release date: November 8

Platforms: PC, PlayStation, Xbox

After faking his own death, legendary yakuza member Kazuma Kiryu finds himself caught in a new conflict as an unknown person attempts to bring him back into the light. Brawling yakuza-style fighting combines with high-tech, gadget-based Agent moves in the game's real-time combat, and you can expect plenty of entertaining Yakuza minigames too as you explore Sotenbori and Yokohama.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III

Release date: November 10

Platforms: PC, PlayStation, Xbox

It’s a nostalgic year for Call of Duty fans. Modern Warfare III’s story continues to remix and revamp the events of the original games, and the multiplayer will launch with all 16 maps from the original Modern Warfare 2. With zombies rising from the grave as well, there’s loads to get to grips with this year. HyperX is the official peripherals partner for Call of Duty, so check out our roundup of everything you need to know and secure yourself some deals on competitive gaming gear.

Super Crazy Rhythm Castle

biggest november video games super crazy rhythm castle - a DJ eggplant plays music with a boombox while multiple players play rhythm games to charge a cannon to shoot the eggplant
© Second Impact Games

Release date: November 14

Platforms: PC, Switch, PlayStation, Xbox

WarioWare’s minigames not musical enough for you? Then it’s time to put your tunefulness to the test in Super Crazy Rhythm Castle. This co-operative musical adventure sees you working solo or with friends to complete outrageous challenges to the beat. Stop a DJ eggplant, feed beans to a summoning ritual, and get even weirder in time to the music as you aim to overthrow the maniacal King Ferdinand.

Super Mario RPG

Release date: November 17

Platforms: Switch

At long last the cries for a remaster of Nintendo’s classic turn-based RPG have been silenced. Mario and friends from the Mushroom Kingdom team up with new allies like Mallow and Geno the puppet in order to recover seven star fragments which have been scattered across the land. While the graphics have been fully updated, the remake retains the original’s unique visual charm. Combat has had a few upgrades too, but you'll still need to master timed inputs to add extra damage to your attacks.

What November video games are you looking forward to playing? Get the most out of your picks by securing some Black Friday sales on high-end HyperX gaming gear.

Associate Editor

Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video games stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at, or catch him on Twitter.


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