8 Best And Biggest Games Released In November 2017

November was a great month for games. Let’s countdown 8 of the best you should play! From Small indies to massive AAA titles we got you covered.


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Super Lucky’s Tale on Xbox One doesn’t do anything new, but what it puts on the table, it does well. It is attractive for the little ones in the house, but also for adults who want to remember the good times of the 3D platforms. – SomosXbox
Super Lucky’s Tale is the first platformer on the Xbox One X that gives players an honest arcade experience with a fun protagonist, decent mechanics, and truly impressive 4K graphics. – Impulsegamer
Despite some dubious gameplay design (failed mini-games can’t be replayed without restarting the whole sub-level) and problems with the fixed-camera position sometimes obscuring jumps, Super Lucky’s Tale is a solid platformer. It honors the tried and true genre clichés and for a mid-priced game, it doesn’t even need to present anything entirely new. – DarkStation

 L.A. NOIRE (Remastered)

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Noire remains a different experience: different in rhythms, in shades, in emotions in dance. Unique, and wonderfully imperfect. – Everyeye.it
One of the best detective games of all time, L.A. Noire on PS4 will certainly give you bang for your buck thanks to its improved graphical prowess and neat package containing all of the original’s content. It may not be the greatest looking remaster overall, but visuals aside, it’s still the engaging storylines and the complex characters that you’ll come back for. Team Bondi may have been shot three days before retirement, but its spirit lives on. – Push Square
L.A. Noire still delivers a solid, compelling experience, improving the original graphics in many ways.​ – Multiplayer.it



Need for Speed Payback is one of the biggest games that we have ever seen in this franchise. Yet the game does not feel fresh and different because the story is really bad. – Gamer.nl
Need for Speed ​​Payback is probably the richest and most varied episode of the series, thanks to a truly vast open world, full of activities and very different races. – Multiplayer.it
Need for Speed: Payback has a lot of competitions to complete and has everything you can expect from a game in the series. It is also heavily focused on grinding because it’s the only way to avoid the infamous microtransactions. – SpazioGames



LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is simply huge, with an engaging story, an incredibly rich roster of characters – including some obscure (mini)figures – and an enormous world to play with. That is, unless you’ve had enough of the usual Traveller’s Tales formula, basically unaltered from all the previous LEGO games. – The Games Machine
It’s a lot of fun, and you’re never stuck for something to do. It’s also the perfect game to play with your friends and family, and the sheer amount of characters means there’s someone for everyone. – God is a Geek
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is the game that will reunite you with all of your favorite heroes, Each one with its own set of skills and abilities, each one with a part in the main storyline. Some technical bugs may occur, but it won’t take away from this MARVELous experience. – Vgames


We finally received a compilation of the best minigames in Mario Party history. While the game itself suffers the lack of other content, each minigame is as great as you remember and the Download Play function makes it a great option for multiplayer experiences. – Atomix
 Hands down, Nintendo was smart to choose the 3DS over Switch. The minigame island is amazing! A true tribute to the first Mario Party. Superb job Nintendo! You never disappoint! Keep’em coming! – Ninfandxs
Although Mario Party: The Top 100 contains an impressive amount of mini-games that are still super-fun to play, the modes to enjoy the mini-games within are unfortunately lacking. That being said, if you’re looking for a comprehensive Mario Party experience that you can enjoy with a few friends on the go then this is one collection that you should definitely not overlook. – Video Chums


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2017 is the year the Sonic franchise stops running from itself. Sonic Mania and Sonic Forces celebrate different eras, but they both take the same shameless “all-in” approach. Sonic Forces is a confident game, serving up a story and stages that go for broke while dodging the pitfalls of the past. As long as you’re not a hardline 3D Sonic hater, this earnest, entertaining adventure is worth a spin. – Wccftech
Sonic Forces mashes together everything from Sonic’s history, from 2D/3D mechanics to over-the-top action spectacle pieces. The new customizable hero feature breathes fresh life into the franchise, but the 3D gameplay it uses overpowers the game’s attempt to combine what has made the different eras of Sonic work. – EGM
Sonic returns with an adventure full of good intentions, but poorly executed. The control and level design are the main issues to tackle, but if you’re a hardcore fan Sonic, you’ll probably enjoy the game. – Vandal



DICE, Criterion, and Motive join forces to give us a game worthy of the Force. They have learned their lesson and, this time, we have the Star Wars game we all deserve, with enough variety and a lot of content for every kind of player. – Hobby Consolas
Star Wars Battlefront II is full of fan-service and it’s a very solid videogame too, whose main issues are a series of monetary-driven bad design decisions. Even so it’s still one of this year’s strongest titles. – Meristation
A great sequel to the 2015 game. Star Wars: Battlefront II feels like a complete product, but the loot box thing surely is going to cause bad reactions. – Atomix


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Call of Duty: WW2 is the best Call of Duty in years. A bombastic story, killer grounded multiplayer, and a dark and scary Zombies make up one of the most complete and enjoyable Call of Duty experiences in years. – Digital Chumps
A spectacular release that has a strong chance of becoming a fan favourite as one of the best Call of Duty releases in years. – God is a Geek
It’s been a few years since a Call of Duty has been this good. The single player campaign is strong, spectacular and gripping (but it could have dared a little bit more); the new War and Headquarters modes are a welcome additions to the series that will please newcomers as well as fans of the series, and the Zombie mode is funnier than ever. – The Games Machine
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#8 Best And Biggest Games Released In November 2017