Okay, so we’re a couple weeks into Spring and the weather is starting to look good. So, why not spend your weekend inside playing some video games? But seriously, if you’re keen to stay in this weekend, take a look at some of these cool games out these week and give them a shot!

Forza Motorsport 6
Release Date:
September 15
Developers: Turn 10 Studios
Platform: Xbox One
Genre: Racing

If you’re into cars, Forza Motorsport 6 is perfect for you. A brand new racing game, Forza 6 looks to be one of the strongest driving simulators ever released. First and foremost, this game looks stunning. It’s finely tuned visuals are highlighted perfectly through it’s brand new mode, which focusses on wet-weather driving. It’s not just a visual change, however, as rain and puddles on the track will require you to adapt your racing style.

With a single player campaign, professional commentary and over 450 different cars to race as, Forza Motorsport 6 looks to be an expansive and engaging racing game worth picking up.

Tearaway Unfolded
Release Date: September 8
Developers: Tarsier Studios / Media Molecule
Platform: PlayStation 4
Genre: Fantasy adventure, platformer

Tearaway was released in 2013 for the PlayStation Vita, a handheld system that not many people own. Although it’s original release was critically acclaimed, not many people actually played Tearaway. Because of this, Tearaway Unfolded is a remake of the original title for the much more popular PlayStation 4 console.

While being labelled a ‘remake’ of the original title, Tearaway Unfolded also expands on the original in several ways. Featuring a vibrant, colourful world inspired by paper crafting, this unique, visual style is enticing for all ages.

Super Mario Maker
Release Date: September 11
Developers: Nintendo
Platform: Wii U
Genre: Game creator, 2D platformer

If you’re into gaming at all, there’s no doubt you would have heard of Nintendo’s plumber mascot, Mario. After countless iterations in the ‘Super Mario’ franchise, and to celebrate the character’s 30th anniversary, Nintendo has finally bit the bullet and effectively given players the means to create their own side-scrolling Mario levels.

Perfect for creative minded people, this game allows you to take elements from four separate eras of Mario and build unique and exciting levels to share online with other players. Oh, and if you don’t think you’re the type interested in making levels, you can also play every other user’s created levels as well. It’s basically like a Mario game that never ends, with constantly updating content and new challenges.