standard The Secret World and 4 other video games to try this Fall


Is the crisp, fall weather keeping you indoors? Inside, and away from the cold, you’re likely searching for some comforting entertainment to enjoy (because you’ve been driven indoors like a hibernating bear). On cold days, there’s nothing better than cozying up with friends or family around a flat screen television, and gaming until your heart’s content. But, what games are going to warm you up the most this season? Let’s explore some options… 

The Secret World (PC)

Complete freedom in an open universe? The Secret World is a MMORPG that allows you to be anything you want in a complete open universe, which is in many ways a reflection of the real world. There’s no social classes or levels, and you can do most anything you want.

You’ll never find yourself stuck in a boring storyline using an unoriginal default character you didn’t define yourself. In The Secret World you define how you look and what you do, and what you choose is going to propel the story you’ve created forward. Dive right into a virtual world of your own choosing, and be prepared to lose yourself in an immersive high-definition world where it never gets too cold to go outside. Check out to learn more about this modern-day MMO.

Rock Band 4 (PS4 and Xbox One)

With new songs and more songs, Rock Band 4 is a great choice for anyone who loved the previous games and wants an updated version for their next-gen console. The latest installment of the series does not disappoint; it has more artists, more genres of music, and more new features. A full review on states, “Rock Band 4 is still one of the best ways to live out your musical dreams,” which translates to, it’s still the best way to live out your fantasy of becoming a full-fledged, stadium selling-out, rock god.

TowerFall Ascension (Steam and PS4)

Is combat more your thing? TowerFall Ascension pits up to four players against one another, and offers exciting gameplay for fans of combat games. The archery battle continues until one player emerges victorious.

This is a great game for families and friends, who want to chill out where it’s warm, but still have a good time. Or, you know, meet up online and everyone plays from the comforts of their own homes. states, “When shared with a roomful of friends, TowerFall nights can be an unforgettable affair.” So round up your buddies and prepare to do battle.

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate (PS4 and Xbox One)

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate will definitely not disappoint, especially when compared with other recent Assassin’s Creed titles. The latest installment in the series features impressive graphics, a much more modern London setting, and compelling storylines. If you were a fan of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, then you will really enjoy this latest installment to the series.

It’s based on a similar storyline in which each of your assassinations brings you and your territory closer to superiority. With its’ improved features and impressive gameplay, if you enjoyed any of the previous Assassin’s Creed games then you will love Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, and if you felt the last couple were just okay, then you’ll be extra pleased that this game has restored thee series to its former glory.

Halo 5: Guardians (Xbox One)

The creators of the awesome Halo franchise are at it again, and somehow they have found a way to make a great game even better. The graphics are amazing and the gameplay is fast and action packed. Not to mention “those classic unscripted Halo moments.” With Guardians you will spend every moment on the edge of your seat; what could be better than that?

Between these five games you are guaranteed to have a fun and action packed fall. Whether you like combat or music and whether you like playing alone or with a group of friends you will not be disappointed!


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Ali is a dental school graduate currently living in Amman, Jordan; born and raised in the US, a tech lover with a serious addiction to all things sweet. He is the co-founder of GeekOnGadgets, and a senior editor at our Sister site

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