An official "Stranger Things" adventure, a cinematic montage from Egyptian jaunt "Assassin's Creed Origins," a rambunctious first look at "CHUCHEL" and a recap of the new aspects of "Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon" feature among our look at seven video game trailers from the seven days leading up to October 7, 2017.
Assassin's Creed Origins: Birth of the Brotherhood trailer
Leading up to the October 27 release of ancient Egyptian action adventure "Assassin's Creed Origins" on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC, this cinematic introduces some of the main characters from the ten-year-old franchise's prequel.
CHUCHEL Official Trailer
The next outing from Amanita Design of "Botanicula," "Samorost" and "Machinarium" fame; this title retains the studio's distinctive art style yet its scenes appear a touch more exhuberant than usual as Chuchel goes on the trail of a beloved cherry. Early 2018 on PC, Mac, Android and iOS.
Flame vs Blaze Launch Trailer
"Final Fantasy" publisher Square Enix enters the mobile MOBA arena with this offering in which 3-on-3 matches last 10 minutes and players tame monsters and attack boss creatures in order to win. Released in North America on iOS, with Android in development. Known as "Flame x Blaze" in Japan where it has been available since April.
June's Journey Launch Trailer
Go from scene to scene finding clues and hidden objects, unravelling the mysteries of a 1920s voyage. Released October 4 on iOS as a follow-up to 2013's "Pearl's Peril."
Travel Beyond Alola in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon!
Remastered re-releases of 2016's "Pokémon Sun" and "Pokémon Moon" for the Nintendo 3DS which, from November 17, bring with them new buildings and landscapes, legendary pokémon, island challenges, Ultra Beasts and wormholes to other worlds.
Stranger Things: The Game
An appropriately retro tie-in adventure for Netflix's Stephen King meets Steven Spielberg-style 1980s-set series, having arrived on iOS three weeks before Season 2's October 27 debut.
SimpleRockets 2 teaser
With a projected release date of early 2018, this spacecraft-building SimpleRockets sequel switches from 2D to 3D, adding an extra layer of realism. Coming to PC and then iOS and Android.