ข่าวเกม 2022 Upcoming Games Release Schedule
Players can get a taste of Square Enix’s upcoming RPG Forspoken as a demo has been released on the PlayStation Network. A new trailer for Tekken 8 has been released and it has confirmed that Jin Kazama’s mother, ข่าวเกม Jun Kazama, will be returning as a playable character after seemingly dying in Tekken 2. We also get a good look at how combat will feel and the new iterations of King, Paul, Lars, Marshall Law, and Jack-8.
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Ascendant Studios announced Immortals of Aveum, a single-player magic shooter that takes place in an original world. This title is also an EA Original and comes from a group of devs that have previously worked on Dead Space, Halo, and BioShock. The Last of Us Part 1 will no longer be a PlayStation-exclusive title on March 3, 2023, as it will finally arrive on PC.
Not too much is known about this sequel, but Infinity Ward promises to share more info before its release. Saints Row is still wacky, but maybe with a bit of the edge toned down. This series reboot stars a new young crop of protagonists, while the action looks in line with the older games. August is set to explode with a fresh Saints Row reboot and another of Sam Barlow’s mysterious FMV story games. July’s list of new PC games may be even shorter than June’s this year, but we’ve gotten two pretty worthwhile breakout hits from it.
As the character seeks revenge for his family’s death, the players’ own developing skillsets become the characters’ and the risk/reward setup tips from brute force to strategic strikes to offset fragility. It’s a testament to both the simplicity of the premise and the effortless execution of it through gorgeous animation and detailed neon-bathed environments that it all just clicks without the need for over-explanation. To that end, if you haven’t yet watched the game’s trailer, that video over there is the first thing you should click on. Extraction takes Rainbow Six Siege’s time-tested mélange of tactical shooting, environmental destruction and squad-based online multiplayer… and mixes in an alien invasion. A sojourn to the west also means new machines to hunt, new tribes to meet and new threats to confront, all amidst the backdrop of seemingly cataclysmic new dangers coming to life.
From the creators of the Hitman series is coming a James Bond game which is said to feature not only a “…wholly original Bond story” but an origin one at that. It looks like the new addition to the series lives up to the classic Remedy Entertainment masterpiece with an intense atmospheric experience and a wonderful psychological story too. It was shown off at The Game Awards with an appropriately vague trailer which nicely teased the project and confirmed the return of Norman Reedus as Sam Porter Bridges. The original Perfect Dark has a special place in the hearts of gamers who can still remember Goldeneye 007 fondly. It was a great game for that era and we’re excited to see it returning.
Gris is a hopeful young girl lost in her own world, dealing with a painful experience in her life. Her journey through sorrow is manifested in her dress, which grants new abilities to better navigate her faded reality. As the story unfolds, Gris will grow emotionally and see her world in a different way, revealing new paths to explore using her new abilities.
Afterimage is a side-scrolling Metroidvania developed by Aurogon Shanghai and published by Modus Games. This game takes in Engardin, a magical world filled with wonder, danger, and mystery. As an adventurer, you will set forth to discover the origins of Engardin, make friends on your travels, and battle corrupted beings preying on the weak and helpless. Raiden IV x Mikado remix is a remaster of a classic 2007 arcade shooter called Raiden IV, developed by MOSS and published by NIS America Inc. You’ll pilot a state-of-the-art military aircraft and blast through an aerial battlefield to stop evil invaders called the “Crystals” from taking over the world.
That is when Nobody Saves the World sings; ping-ponging between a litany of forms and finding the peculiar synergies within. As it turns out, a rat and a dragon make for a devastating one-two punch. Oftentimes I finish an RPG with a lingering regret that I rolled the wrong character and that I would’ve had more fun with, say, a greater emphasis on an ignored school of magic. Nobody Saves the World renders that problem totally irrelevant. By the time the credits roll, you’ll have seen everything that little white blob is capable of.
Not completely sure if those are just backwards compatibility or new ports though. The lack of actual release dates, the increasing amounts of delays, Games like cyberpunk being announced 5+years from their release date, it’s all getting very annoying. A true PlayStation veteran, Sammy’s covered the world of PS gaming for years, with an enormous Trophy count to prove it. Developer Roll7 somehow perfectly reimagined the “just one more try” magic of the original Tony Hawk games with their tightly controlling OlliOlli 2D skateboarding games.
It’s been likened to another early access survival game, Valheim, which released in early 2021. In this isometric open-world game, you and your pals play as weak vampires that must regain strength by hunting for blood and building up your knowledge of the world after a long slumber in a coffin. Set in the real town of Norco, New Orleans, this point and click adventure game places you in the middle of the titular town as you search for your missing brother. Between the cerulean landscape masked by tufts of marred grey smog, is a story much bigger than the one you landed in. The design is gorgeous and the journey is both relaxing and electrifying, akin to games like Kentucky Route Zero and Beneath a Steel Sky.
You play a nameless, faceless husk trapped in an unforgiving wasteland with a vague objective to figure out what went so wrong on this long-abandoned planet. The upstart Serbian studio Ebb Software nails its one-of-a-kind art design. An ominous purple mist chokes the rotting desert that sprawls out between blackened industrial plants, and the corridors inside are knotted with sinewy, pulsating organic matter. You’ll have plenty of puzzles to solve and interdimensional horrors to dispatch inside the mazes, but Scorn is to be experienced for its vibes before anything else.
You can make the argument that Xenoblade Chronicles has taken on the mantle of the most popular Japanese RPG franchise in the West. The series packs a ridiculous expanse of psychedelic lore — you mean to tell me this planet we’re on is actually a gigantic celestial tortoise? The vistas in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 are Breath of the Wild–size in scope, and Monolith Software has slimmed down both the onerous filler of the side quests and the chronic grind of the combat. Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is still very much beholden to a whole host of anime tropes, but if you’re a newcomer to the genre, there’s a pretty good chance it wins you over. Few games on the market share the same full-throated commitment to its fiction; Monolith is ready and waiting to overwhelm you into submission.