Every Video Game You Need To Play In July

New video games come out every day on every platform, which is why I wanted to put together a short list of the games you NEED to play, or at least watch for each month!

There's a game for everybody on this list no matter your age or gaming platform and as the resident "Gaming Expert" of the show I figured this would help you save time and money on games that aren't worth you, your family, or your friends time!

Here are some of the big games, along with a short description and release platform, coming out in July:

Ghost of Tsushima

Release Date: July 17

Platform(s): PS4

What's It About?: If you love the Batman Arkham games or Assassin's Creed, then this is the next big game for you and you even get to be one of the last samurai in Japan! Defintiely going to be violent, but you'll get to learn a little about Japan at the same time!

Marvel's Iron Man VR

Release Date: July 3

Platform(s): PSVR

What's It About?: This is only playable if you own PSVR, but it's the closest we'll ever get to being Iron Man in real life! You'll go up against Ghost from Ant-Man And The Wasp and a ton of other villains while flying like Iron Man.

Destroy All Humans

Release Date: July 28

Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC, Google Stadia

What's It About?: If you grew up playing these classic games where you play as an alien trying to cause as much chaos as possible then get ready to relive your childhood! This will be the reboot of the game that originally came out in 2005 so if you played that then you'll instantly love this.

Paper Mario: Origami King

Release Date: July 17

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch

What's It About?: This will be the first Paper Mario game to release on the Switch so if you loved the series on older Nintendo systems, then this is a must-buy for you. Also who doesn't love new games on the Switch?

Skater XL:

Release Date: July 17

Platform(s): PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch

What's It About?: Get ready for skateboarding games to come back in a HUGE way as Skater XL marks the first entry in skateboard video games' revival! Whether you loved the Tony Hawk games or Skate, you're going to want this one to fill the void.

Photo Credit: PlayStation

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