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Top New Game Releases On Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Week -- October 7-13

This week you can get spooky with a new version of Luigi's Mansion or get violent with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and WWE 2K19.

Now that we're knee-deep in October, this episode of New Releases is getting spooky with a port of Luigi's Mansion on 3DS. If you find pro wrestling writing scary, then why not send in your own custom wrestler in WWE 2K19? Meanwhile, RPG fans can try out new versions of some cult classics with Disgaea 1 Complete and The World Ends With You: Final Remix. Oh, and this little game called Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is launching too.

WWE 2K19 -- October 9

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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The latest in the long-running wrestling series brings a ton of new features to the squared circle. Two Tower modes let you take on challenges both online and off, using either real-world wrestlers or your own custom creation. Speaking of which, customization has been expanded, and the MyCareer and Road to Glory modes have been reworked too.

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Disgaea 1 Complete -- October 9

Available on: PS4, Switch

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The Disgaea series is celebrating its 15th anniversary, and this new version of the original PS2 game is one way to celebrate. The cult classic tactical RPG series is known for its insane level cap of 9999 and the ridiculous damage your party members can do as they rank up. This version packs in HD graphics and a bonus story first featured in the PSP remake more than 10 years ago.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 -- October 12

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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Call of Duty is also getting more tactical this year. Black Ops 4 features Specialists that bring unique abilities and gear to the battlefield, letting you be more strategic during multiplayer matches. It also drops the campaign, instead offering single-player challenges on the multiplayer maps starring the various Specialists. There's also a more in-depth Zombies mode, but the icing on the cake this year is Blackout. That's Call of Duty's take on the popular battle royale trend, and it features characters, weapons, and landmarks from the run of Call of Duty games on the biggest map in series' history.

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The World Ends With You: Final Remix -- October 12

Available on: Switch

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There's another cult-classic RPG dropping this week, and it's all about saving the world and powering up your party with rad fashion choices. Final Remix includes a brand-new story chapter, and two players can enjoy combat together, each with their own Joy-Con.

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Luigi's Mansion -- October 12

Available on: 3DS

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Nintendo fans can grab one more remake this week. The 3DS is a great fit for Luigi's Mansion, with the touch screen serving as a map as you explore the world. New to this version is a co-op mode featuring a ghostly green secondary Luigi, and the ability to challenge bosses to a rematch as you try to earn a better score.

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Those are the heavy hitters this week, but October still has plenty of games to come. Next week, SoulCalibur 6 will tell the next chapter in the weapon-based fighting series' saga, and Dark Souls Remastered finally arrives on Nintendo Switch.

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