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November is typically gaming’s most important month, as major studios have made a tradition of shipping their biggest games right before Hanukkah, Christmas, and other holidays. But that didn’t necessarily prove true in the past couple of years, with the pandemic scattering release dates to the wind like a tornado knocking over a calendar factory. 

In 2022 we’ve got a proper November, with a clear-cut stretch of big stuff. And it’s starting right now. Here’s my chronological overview of…

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