Games Update

Whichever platforms you play on, whatever genres you love, these are some of the coolest games around.

Check out our previews, watch the trailers1 and get your game on.

Super Mario Odyssey

Genre: Platforming adventure
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Age: Suitable for all ages

Our most anticipated game of 2017 finally arrived in October! Help everyone’s favourite plumber as he flips and flies across a dozen beautiful kingdoms on his epic quest to stop the evil Bowser from marrying Princess Peach. Use Mario’s new companion, Cappy, to take control of anything and everything along the way. 

Star Wars: Battlefront 2

Genre: Online shooter
Platform: PS4/Xbox One/PC
Age: 16+

Following the Christmas release of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, comes the stunning Battlefront 2. Return to a galaxy far, far away for massive multiplayer battles on foot, in vehicles and in space. And this time there’s an awesome-looking single-player campaign too. Lightsabres at the ready!

Pokémon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon

Genre: RPG/adventure
Platform: Nintendo 2DS/3DS
Age: 7+

Another chance to catch ‘em all with Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. Grab your Pokédex and head out into beautiful Alola, where you can find new Pokémon to train, new forms to unlock and even more battle moves to try out against your friends! 

Which version will you choose? (#TeamMoon is the right answer).

Stranger Things: The Game

Genre: RPG puzzler
Platform: Mobile (iOS/Android)
Age: 12+

If you’ve seen season one of this amazing ‘80s-themed Netflix adventure show, you’ll love the tie-in game. Available to play on mobile, you’ll control your team, solve puzzles, fight monsters and ultimately, save the town!

Cute, amazing, and better still, completely free to play (no in-app purchases necessary), get ready to go retro. We think you’ll love it! 

1While the YouTube videos linked here are age-appropriate, Dyslexia Scotland is not responsible for the content of YouTube comments, or adverts within the videos. Parental caution is always advised.

2The reviews of these games do not necessarily represent the views of Dyslexia Scotland, and their inclusion on this website does not mean that Dyslexia Scotland endorses these products.