The third week of October is among us, and that means Halloween is approaching. It wouldn’t be the spooky season without at least one spooky game in Remothered: Broken Porcelain. However, if spooky games aren’t really your style, then maybe it’s time for some augmented reality in Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain
While the rest of the world is immersed in Phasmophobia, you can take a quick break from playing a cooperative survival horror game to a single-player with Remothered: Broken Porcelain. Instead of trying to get the thrill of a survival-horror by running around a house by yourself, you can engage in a psychological plot with unsettling and realistic horror.
There’s nothing more anxiety-inducing than trying to escape and evade haunting enemies using stealth. Unlike Phasmophobia, Remothered: Broken Porcelain has a thrilling psychologically-straining story on top of puzzle-solving. Remothered: Broken Porcelain will release on October 13th, 2020
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit
We know it’s hard to take your attention away from Genshin Impact, but Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit might be worth looking into, especially if you have children. Instead of playing Mario Kart in the game, the race tracks come to your own home through augmented reality. Augmented reality has been around for some time but has only entered mainstream popularity with Pokemon GO.
Now we can utilize the technology to race real karts around our home on race tracks we create by adding our own obstacles and checkpoints. Unfortunately, there won’t be a physical game card for the game, so players will have to settle with playing Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit digital-only. Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit was announced during Nintendo’s Direct on September 3rd, 2020, and will release on October 16th, 2020, for $99.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain and Mario Kat Live: Home Circuit should keep us busy until Halloween.