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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between September 19th through September 25th.  

Sunday, September 19th

  • Super Arcade Football- Switch
  • Work Trip- Switch

Tuesday, September 21st

  • Golf Peaks- Xbox One
  • Kena: Bridge of Spirits- PS4, PS5
  • Street Outlaws 2: Winner Takes All- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch

Wednesday, September 22

  • Crisis Wing- Switch
  • Cube Samurai: Run Squared- Switch
  • Subdivision Infinity DX- PS5

Thursday, September 23rd

  • Beast Breaker- Switch
  • Chef’s Tail- Switch
  • Embr- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Fisti-Fluffs- Switch
  • Hampuzz- Switch
  • MageQuit- Switch
  • MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X
  • Staxel- Switch
  • S.W.A.N.: Chernobyl Unexplored- Switch
  • The Plane Effect- Switch

Friday, September 24th

  • A Gummy’s Life- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X
  • Blind Postman- Xbox One, Switch
  • Death Park- Xbox One
  • Don’t Touch This Button- Switch
  • Dragon Ball Z Kakarot + A New Power Awakens Set- Switch
  • Port Royale 4- PS5, Series X
  • Spacebase Startopia- Switch
  • The Addams Family: Mansion Mayhem- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Top Down Racer- Switch

Saturday, September 25th

  • In My Shadow- switch

For the Grown-Ups

  • Diablo II: Resurrected- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch (Thursday, September 23rd)
  • Diablo Prime Evil Collection- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X (Thursday, September 23rd)
  • Death Stranding: Director’s Cut- PS5 (Friday, September 24th)
  • Lost Judgement- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X (Friday, September 24th)

Jeff’s Pick of the Week- Kena: Bridge of Spirits

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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between September 12th through September 18th.  

Tuesday, September 14th

  • Colors Live- Switch
  • Cruis’n Blast- Switch

Wednesday, September 15th

  • Arkan: The Dog Adventurer- Series X
  • Between Time: Escape Room- Switch
  • Catlateral Damage: Remeowstered- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Dustwind: The Last Resort- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X
  • Flynn: Son of Crimson- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Merek’s Market- Xbox One
  • Mindcell- Switch
  • Mr. Pumpkin 2: Kowloon Walled City- Xbox One
  • Omen of Sorrow- Xbox One
  • Titan Chaser- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch

Thursday, September 16th

  • Beyond Enemy Lines: Remastered Edition- Switch
  • Classic Logical Bundle- Switch
  • Eastward- Switch
  • Elva the Eco Dragon- Switch
  • I am Fish- Xbox One, Series X
  • Murder Diaries- Xbox One, Switch
  • Poker Pretty Girls Battle: Texas Hold ‘Em- Switch
  • Project Winter- PS4, Switch
  • Push-Ups Workout- Switch
  • Razion EX- Switch
  • SkateBird- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • The Amazing American Circus- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch

Friday, September 17th

  • Dojoran- Switch
  • Earth Marines- Xbox One
  • Galactic Invasion- Switch
  • Love Colors- Switch
  • Murder Diaries- PS4, Xbox One
  • Nexomon- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Prince’s Edition- Switch
  • Tails of Iron- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • TOEM- PS5, Switch

Saturday, September 18th

  • Squabble- Switch

For the Grown-Ups

  • Deathloop- PS5 (Tuesday, September 14th)

Jeff’s Pick of the Week: Cruis’n Blast

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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between September 5th through September 11th.  

Monday, September 6th

  • Enchanted Path- Switch
  • Red Square Escape 2- Switch

Tuesday, September 7th

  • Bus Simulator 21- PS4, Xbox One
  • F.I.S.T.: Forged in Shadow Torch- PS4, PS5
  • Frontier Quest- Switch
  • Sonic Colors: Ultimate- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Surviiving Mars: Below and Beyond DLC- PS4, Xbox One

Thursday, September 9th

  • Apple Knight- Switch
  • BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Boulder Dash Deluxe- Xbox One, Switch
  • Dark Fantasy: Jigsaw Puzzle- Switch
  • Dice Legacy- Switch
  • GLO- Switch
  • Luna’s Fishing Garden- Switch
  • Mystik Belle: Enchanted Edition- Switch
  • Residual- Switch
  • Smashing the Battle: Ghost Sould- Switch
  • The Artful Escape- Xbox One, Series X
  • The Touryst- PS4, PS5
  • Tux and Fanny- Switch
  • Ultra Age- PS4, Switch

Friday, September 10th

  • A Day Without Me- Xbox One
  • Ball Physics Draw Puzzle- Switch
  • From Earth to Heaven- Xbox One, Switch
  • Knights & Guns- Switch
  • Lost in Random- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • LoveChoice- Switch
  • Momolu and Friends- Switch
  • NBA 2K22- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Tales of Arise- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X
  • Warioware: Get it Together!- Switch

Saturday, September 11th

  • Beat Them All- Switch

For the Grown-Ups

  • Life is Strange: True Colors- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch (Friday, September 10th)

Jeff’s Pick of the Week: WarioWare: Get it Together!

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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between August 29th through September 4th.  

Tuesday, August 31st

  • Cabela’s: The Hunt Tournament Edition- Switch
  • CRASH: Autodrive- Switch
  • Guts ‘N Goals- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • KeyWe- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Monster Harvest- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1- Switch
  • Song of Iron- Xbox One, Series X
  • The Big Con- Xbox One, Series X

Wednesday, September 1st

  • Alveole- Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Galaxy Squad- Xbox One, Switch
  • Ravva and the Cyclops Curse- Switch

Thursday, September 2nd

  • A Good Snowman is Hard Build- Switch
  • Animal Puzzle: Preschool Learning Game- Switch
  • Armed Emeth- Switch
  • Bot.vinnik Chess- Switch
  • Cosmic Express- Switch
  • Farmers Co-Op: Out of This World- Switch
  • Funny Farm Animal Jigsaw Puzzle Game for Kids and Toddlers- Switch
  • Kitaria Fables- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Sokobond- Switch
  • Weapon of Choice DX- Xbox One, Switch
  • White Girl- Switch
  • WRC 10- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Yuoni- Xbox Once, Series X

Friday, September 3rd

  • Angel’s Punishment- Switch
  • A Night at the Races- Switch
  • Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Block Puzzle- Switch
  • Extreme Car Driver- Switch
  • Golf Club: Wasteland- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Minigolf Tour- Xbox One, Switch
  • Pippu: Bauble Quest- Switch
  • The Magister- Xbox One, Switch
  • Virtuous Western- Switch
  • Weakwood Throne- Xbox One

Jeff’s Pick of the Week: Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions

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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between August 22nd through August 28th.  

Monday, August 23rd

  • Night Flight- Switch

Tuesday, August 24th

  • Hoa- Switch
  • I Expect You to Die 2: The Spy and the Liar- PS4
  • King’s Bounty II- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Mickey Storm and the Cursed Mask- Switch

Wednesday, August 25th

  • Mask of Mists- Xbox One
  • Mechstermination Force- Xbox One
  • Murder Mystery Machine- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Phoenotopia: Awakening- Xbox One, Series X
  • Psychonauts 2- PS4, Xbox One, Series X

Thursday, August 26th

  • Cape’s Escape Game: 3rd Room- Switch
  • Dark Thrones- Switch
  • Garden Paws- Switch
  • Green Phoenix- Switch
  • Have a Blast- Switch
  • Hermitage: Strange Case Files- Switch
  • Hotel Life: Resort Simulator- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Instant Farmer- Switch
  • May’s Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville- Switch
  • Myst- Xbox One, Series X
  • Off the Road Unleashed- Switch
  • Secret Neighbor- Switch
  • Shape Suitable- Switch
  • Spelunky- Switch
  • Spelunky 2- Switch
  • Star Hunter DX- Xbox One
  • The Magnificent Trufflepigs- Switch
  • Titans Black Ops- Switch
  • Traffic Jams- PS4
  • Tropico 6: Festival DLC- PS4, Xbox One
  • Wildbus- Switch
  • Witch Hunter- Switch

Friday, August 27th

  • Baldo: The Guardian Owls- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Inked: A Tale of Love- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party- Switch
  • Orbibot- Switch
  • Space Station Sprint- Xbox One
  • Zoffice- Xbox One

For the Grown-Ups

  • No More Heroes III- Switch (Friday, August 27th)

Jeff’s Pick of the Week: Psychonauts 2

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For many years, Monster Hunter was a game series that was as complex as it was beloved. With the release of Monster Hunter World on PlayStation 4 (later on PC), players have been able to partake in hunts with greater ease. At its core, Monster Hunter games are all about locating and hunting giant monsters to harvest for parts or capture for study. Players craft a variety of different weapons, armour, and items to better help with their hunts, in addition to enlisting a chef to cook meals to eat before going out on an adventure. Your handler will give you quests for hunts, which become more and more challenging and complex the higher level your character is.

Monster Hunter Stories, which is an offshoot of the Monster Hunter core series, focuses on villages that don’t believe in hunting monsters. Instead, they befriend them and train them from hatchlings, creating strong bonds with their “monsties.” Monster Hunter Stories – the original is available on the Nintendo 3DS and on mobile – is more akin to Pokemon’s animation style than the more “grown-up” animation style of the core Monster Hunter games. You still need to hunt down some monsters, which is justified in the story as to why, but the focus is far more on creating bonds between the protagonist and a bevy of monsties.

Monster Hunter core games are pure action games that require quite a bit of reflex and skill. Monster Hunter Stories games are turn-based roleplaying games and rely on strategy to be successful in monster encounters. Newly minted “riders” will wander around the world map to collect eggs from monster dens and gain experience for their squad of monsties by defeating aggressive monsters.

Monster Hunter Stories 2, available on the Nintendo Switch and PC, is a follow-up to the original game from 2016. It’s not necessary to have played the original game, but it is beneficial for story purposes. Monster Hunter Stories 2 takes many of its design and gameplay cues from the original game, but refines the combat so that it’s less reliant on guessing what form of attack a monster will take (power, speed, or technical). Much as with the core Monster Hunter games, Monster Hunter Stories 2 encourages players to get to know the monsters in the world by fighting them over and over again. Players will learn a monster’s moves, how their tactics change when they get angry or use special abilities, and which weapons are most effective against their various targetable body parts.

It sounds violent, right?

Monster Hunter Stories games do not rely on gore or blood. Pieces will not go “missing” as you’re playing, so that the monster’s character model stays intact during battle. Monsters will fall over when they are defeated or will run away back to their den once they’ve taken enough damage. If players chase monsters back to their dens, they will have an opportunity to take one of their eggs and hatch them with the village Monstie caretaker “Felyne.” Felynes are cute little cat creatures that speak and have culture of their own. They’re featured heavily in core Monster Hunter games, too.

The story in Monster Hunter Stories 2 is much more accessible than its predecessor. Without getting too deep into the narrative weeds, the story is a journey of exploration and discovery as much as it is about saving the world from the Wings of Ruin. The Wings of Ruin refers to a particular kind of Rathalos, which are held in deep reverence by both hunters and riders alike, that is born with stunted wings and will awaken to its powers under great duress and destroy the world with its fully formed Wings of Ruin. As a descendent of the original game’s main character, Red, your character is met with the task of raising monsties and helping young Ratha discover who he really is.

(Fingers crossed that he isn’t actually responsible for the Wings of Ruin.)

Monster Hunter Stories 2 is rated E10+, which means that it’s appropriate for children 10 and over. Much of the game has voice-over, though it still has a fair amount of reading to do, so it’s not quite right for children who aren’t reading at a third or fourth-grade level. Strategically, the game will teach players everything they need to know about how to play. There will be some guesswork involved as players get to know the monsters they’re fighting, but it’s not particularly frustrating to do that extra work.

This game is such a treat to play, both in terms of its methodical gameplay and its adorable aesthetic. It’s a delight to be swept away by each of the different biomes in the game, even when it gets mighty cold or particularly hot. Fighting the monsters themselves can be challenging, especially when players get to the most powerful monsters in the game, but it’s like solving a great puzzle. Players will feel like absolute champions when they get through those high-level fights.

One of the downfalls of Monster Hunter Stories 2 is how repetitive the gameplay can become. Once players have fought a monster the first time, they’ll likely have to fight the same monsters over and over again as they make their way through the story in a given region. It’s very much the kind of experience that repeats itself as you go from region to region. It’s comforting, but it can get a little boring if you’ve been playing for many hours at a time.

For children that love games like Pokemon, where they can collect little friends to play with, Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin is a fantastic new experience. For teens that have enjoyed core Monster Hunter games, like Monster Hunter Rise on Nintendo Switch, Stories 2 provides a break from the intense action, allowing players to focus on both strategy and story. And for the new players, Monster Hunter Stories 2 (even more than Monster Hunter Rise) is an incredibly accessible way to dip a toe into this prestigious game series without diving into its core action full force.

Beyond its repetitive gameplay, Monster Hunter Stories 2 is a beautiful, sweeping RPG experience that straddles the line between Pokemon and Monster Hunter with elegance and ease. There’s just something satisfying about having a squad of monster best friends to roam the world with, meeting new people, protecting villages, and saving the world. Just take care of Baby Ratha.

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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between August 8th through August 14th.  

Monday, August 9th

  • I am Dead- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X

Tuesday, August 10th

  • Action Arcade Wrestling- PS4, Xbox One
  • Black Book- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Button City- PS5, Series X, Switch
  • Godfall- PS4
  • Godfall: Fire and Darkness DLC- PS4, PS5
  • Lawn Mowing Simulator- Series X
  • Shadowverse: Champion’s Battle- Switch
  • Super Hiking League DX- Switch
  • Synth Riders- PS4
  • Untitled Darkness- Xbox One, Series X

Thursday, August 12th

  • Art of Rally- Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Faraday Protocol- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Fhtagn: Tales of the Creeping Madness- Switch
  • Fire Tonight- Switch
  • Fort Triumph- Xbox One, Switch
  • Gelly Break Deluxe- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Tetragon- PS4, Xbox One, Series X
  • The Plane Effect- PS5, Series X, Switch

Friday, August 13th

  • Barry the Bunny- Switch
  • Cardaclysm: Shards of the Four- Xbox One, Switch
  • Fishing Adventure- Xbox One, Series X
  • Hades- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X
  • Paw Patrol the Movie: Adventure City Calls- PS4, Xbox One, Series X
  • Witchspring3 (Re:Fine): The Story of Eirudy- Switch

For the Grown-Ups

  • Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: The Siege of Paris DLC- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X (Thursday, August 12th)

Jeff’s Pick of the Week: Art of Rally

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Every other week the EFG staff will be defining a gaming term that is either confusing or ill-defined. Please leave a comment with any terms you are confused by and we will try to include them in future editions!


The gaming definition this week is a term that is applicable to BOTH video games and can also be applied to board games, tabletop RPGs, and even collectible card games.

Aggro (often shorthand for Aggressive)

In board games, tabletop RPGs, and collectible card games, Aggro describes a style of play featuring consistent and fast actions. It describes a character, game object, (or constructed deck) that is designed to be played with the intent to win in as few turns as possible.

Red Decks in Magic the Gathering are often Aggro Decks, built mostly of low-cost spells that deal direct damage and low-cost creatures with haste or high power.

Aggro characters in tabletop RPGs focus heavily on offense and try to eliminate opponents quickly and efficiently.



In video games, Aggro is used to describe the behavior of a player or enemy character in a game. A character who is aggro will often directly attack non-allied characters and follow them to within limits of play. Computer-controlled characters will often display visual and audible cues before “becoming aggro” and will often change behaviors when the non-ally character travels a certain distance or specific area of play or is eliminated.

Multiplayer RPGs like Final Fantasy 14 will feature monsters that actively seek out players as they enter their field of vision in order to attack. “Aggro’ing” too many monsters is often a dangerous or unwise choice for the unprepared.


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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between August 1st through August 7th.  

Sunday, August 1st

  • Demons of Asteborg- Switch
  • Theofil- Switch

Tuesday, August 3rd

  • Dragon Star Varnir- Switch
  • In Sound Mind- PS5, Series X, Switch
  • Memory Lane 2- Switch

Wednesday, August 4th

  • Castle of Pixel Skulls DX- Xbox One, Series X
  • Dungeon Defenders: Awakened- Switch
  • Enter Digiton: Heart of Corruption- Switch

Thursday, August 5th

  • 123 Dots- Switch
  • A Monster’s Expedition- Switch
  • CrossCode: A New Home- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Dodgeball Academia- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Doomsday Vault- Switch
  • Dreamscaper- Switch
  • Haven Park- Switch
  • I.F.O.- Switch
  • Picross S: Genesis and Master System Edition- Switch
  • Starhunter DX- Switch
  • The Falconeer: Edge of the World- Xbox One, Series X
  • The Falconeer: Warrior Edition- PS4, PS5, Switch
  • Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles- Series X

Friday, August 6th

  • Armed Emeth- Xbox One, Series X
  • Badland: Game of the Year Edition- Switch
  • Bone Marrow- Switch
  • Castle of Pixel Skulls- Switch
  • Goroons- Xbox One
  • IIN- Xbox One
  • Race Track Driver- Switch
  • The Last Survey- Switch
  • Zengeon- PS4, Switch

Saturday, August 7th

  • 3D Advantime- Switch

Jeff’s Pick of the Week: Picross S: Genesis and Master System Edition

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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between July 25th through July 31st.

Monday, July 26th

  • Pets No More- Switch

Tuesday, July 27th

  • Alchemic Cutie- Xbox One, Series X
  • Clone Drone in the Danger Zone- Xbox One, Series X
  • Dariusburst: Another Chronicle EX+- Switch
  • Harvest Moon: One World- Xbox One
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator- Series X
  • NEO: The World Ends with You- PS4, Switch
  • Samurai Warriors 5- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Splitgate- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X
  • The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles- PS4, Switch
  • Tribes of Midgard- PS4, PS5
  • Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles Enhanced Edition- PS5

Wednesday, July 28th

  • Ayo the Clown- Switch
  • Minecraft Dungeons: Echoing Void- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • The Forgotten City- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X
  • Trigger Witch- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Unbound: Worlds Apart- Switch

Thursday, July 29th

  • Banners of Ruin- Switch
  • B.Ark- Switch
  • Blaster Master Zero III- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Christmas Tina- Switch
  • Eldest Souls- PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Fuga: Melodies of Steel- PS4, Xbox One, Series X, Switch
  • Infection Maze- Switch
  • Kosmonavtes: Escape Reality- Switch
  • Omno- PS4, Xbox One
  • Piczle Puzzle & Watch Collection- Switch
  • Skydrift Infinity- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • The Long Gate- Switch

Friday, July 30th

  • 10 Second Ninja X- Switch
  • Alfonzo’s Arctic Adventure- Xbox One, Switch
  • Alone With You- Switch
  • Apple Slash- Switch
  • Flowlines Vs.- Xbox One
  • Inbento- Xbox One
  • Papa’s Quiz- Switch
  • Super Squidlit- Switch
  • Xenogunner- Switch

Saturday, July 31st

  • Easy Flight Simulator- Switch

Jeff’s Pick of the Week: The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles

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