Every Game Coming Our Way In December 2016



2016 has been a pretty stellar year for videogames, but December’s lineup of releases is all the proof needed that the year is set to bow out in style. 

We’ll (finally) be seeing the ridiculously anticipated The Last Guardian hit PS4, and manage to get stuck into the first episode of Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season 3, – and there’s so much more to come.


Ubisoft’s intriguing open world extreme sports game Steep comes to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on December 2 – bring your own skis.

The Last Guardian

What more can we even say about this one? After a lifetime of delays, it’s coming to PlayStation 4 on December 6. Don’t speak too loudly or you might scare it off.

Dead Rising 4

This could be the biggest, baddest entry in Capcom’s gloriously OTT zombie slaying franchise yet. Power suit-up and rip apart the undead on December 6 (Xbox One, and PC).

The Walking Dead Season 3: A New Frontier

You know The Walking Dead is in very safe hands when Telltale is in the driver’s seat – we can start this new chapter on December 20.

That’s pretty much it for the major releases, but the year will also be rounded out with a number of smaller titles.

Check out the whole list below:

  • Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney (December 1)
  • The Dwarves (December 1)
  • Maize (December 1)
  • Rad Rodgers:World One (December 1)
  • Furi (December 2)
  • Steep (December 2)
  • Super Mario Maker For Nintendo 3DS (December 2)
  • Arizona Sunshine (December 6)
  • Dead Rising 4 (December 6)
  • The Last Guardian (December 6)
  • The Unspoken (December 6)
  • Werewolves Within (December 6)
  • Space Hulk: Deathwing (December 9)
  • Bastion (December 12)
  • The Little Acre (December 13)
  • Wild Guns Reloaded (December 13)
  • Shanta: Half Genie Hero (December 13)
  • Super Mario Run (December 15)
  • Eagle Flight (December 20)
  • The Walking Dead Season Three: A New Frontier (December 20)
  • Don Bradman Cricket 17 (December 22)
  • Rollercoaster Dreams (December 22)

2016 really has been a pretty top year for videogames – let’s hope 2017 continues its predecessor’s good work.