November is coming to an end, and with it a shortage of releases. However, there is still something to enjoy during this period on both PC and consoles. And the highlight is Jurassic Park Classic Games Collectionwhich as the name suggests, is a collection of classic games based on the film franchise.

In addition to it, the week will also have In Stars And Time, a game that focuses on different proposals, mainly due to its retro black and white look, and gameplay based on decisions. Already Worldless mixes elements of 2D platforms with a script that seeks to raise awareness among players.

Ninja Eat is another game that relies on nostalgia to please older players, especially fans of titles like the first in the franchise Ninja Gaiden. And finally, Evil Diary will bring frenetic action, using a New York invaded by aliens as the main setting. Check out the complete list and respective prices.

1. In Stars And Time – November 20

  • Platforms: PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC

In Stars And Time is a game with a series of interesting proposals. Starting with its look, pixelated and all in black and white, which takes us back to older consoles, especially the first Game Boy models. Furthermore, its gameplay features combat similar to classics such as Phantasy Starwhere turn-based combat shows your enemies facing the group.

In Stars And TimeSource: Steam

The story shows young Siffrin and his friends on a mission to defeat a cruel king. After completing it, they realize that time has returned and they need to do everything again, until they realize that they are in a kind of loop, where they need to fulfill the same objective, but with different choices on each trip. The game is now on pre-sale starting at R$59.99, and has a demo version available for free.

2 – Worldless – November 21st

  • Plataformas: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, Nintendo Switch e PC

Using a stylized look, with colorful and shiny graphics, Worldless It also draws attention for other elements, mainly the gameplay. It features movement on a 2D platform, with a turn-based combat system, where you need to have the right time to apply attacks, and at the same time defend yourself efficiently.

WorldlessWorldlessSource: Steam

The game’s plot promises a journey of growth and understanding, where players will overcome the limits of nature, in an abstract and increasingly evolving universe. The game is on pre-sale starting at R$53.99, and has a demo version available for free.

3. Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection – November 22

  • Plataformas: PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, Nintendo Switch e PC

As part of the celebrations marking the 30th anniversary of the first film’s arrival in cinemas, Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection brings the most classic games from the franchise, ported to the PC and the main consoles of this and previous generations. The collection contains the following titles:

  • Jurassic Park 8-BIT;
  • Jurassic Park PORTABLE;
  • Jurassic Park 16-BIT;
  • Jurassic Park Sega Genesis Edition;
  • Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues 16-BIT;
  • Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues PORTABLE;
  • Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition Sega Genesis.

Jurassic Park Classic Games CollectionJurassic Park Classic Games CollectionSource: Steam

In it, players will be able to relive the franchise’s old games, originally released for 8-bit consoles, such as Mater System and Nintendinho, and for the next generation video games, Super Nintendo and Mega Drive. The latter had games with exclusive versions that are also available in the package. It does not yet have a defined sale value.

4. Ninja Eat – November 23

  • Platforms: Nintendo Switch and PC

Heavily inspired by classics from the 8 and 16 bit era, Ninja Eat promises to be a great treat for more nostalgic players. Mixing 2D platform elements, with a more modern look, in well-lit stages full of neon, the game promises a high degree of difficulty as its main attraction.

Ninja EatNinja EatSource: Steam

As Kiba, you will need to prove your innocence after being accused of murdering your clan master. To do this, he will have to face not only his former allies, but also enemies involved in the plot that made him guilty. The game does not yet have a pre-sale value, but it has a demo available for download for free.

5. Evil Diary – November 24

Evil Diary is another game that relies on nostalgia to win over the public. Using the old 2D platform formula, you need to advance through more than 30 levels, where frantic action predominates. To top it off, there is a soundtrack with a lot of heavy metal to inspire the fighting, where you need to eliminate hordes of creatures spread throughout the scene.

Evil DiaryEvil DiarySource: Steam

The story takes place in 1997, where aliens have invaded Earth. Controlling Eve, you need to roam the streets of New York, looking for survivors and, of course, eliminating all the aliens along the way. The game does not yet have a set price.

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