Top 5 Anticipated Games of 2019

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Top 5 Anticipated Games of 2019

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With 2018 fading away, and the new year beginning, there are many more video games that have been hyped for the next few months. Here are some 2019 games that many fans are hyping up for their consoles.

  1. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

From Software, 2019

From Software made their stellar debut with Demon Souls and their reputation continue to live onwards. Their new game Sekiro, is a Tenchu game which has soul-like elements. Sekiro has many different things than its sister series. Sekiro plays like a stealth character action game that has brutal difficulty and focuses on parrying and stealth. The game hasn’t been all that talked about. But is still very much hyped since From Software fans want to brag about a  new game. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will be released for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One in early March.

  1. Resident Evil 2

Capcom, 2019

The classic returns in a new reimagination of the classic survival horror game that made the series. Resident Evil 2 takes fans back to Raccoon City in a new code of paint and familiar locations to please all the fans. Aspects that change the core gameplay include over the shoulder camera and autosaving with a series staple that was first included in Resident Evil 4 and has continued onwards through the series. Time to return to the nightmare in the all new updated versions of Leon S Kennedy and Claire Redfield creeping onto your Playstation Four, Xbox One and Steam in late January.

  1. The Last of Us Part II

Naughty Dog, 2019

After the most highly rated Playstation 3 game. Fans have been wanting a sequel for a long time! The time has finally come. The Last of Us Part II first announced at E3 2016 and fans had their mouths wide open. The game will be focusing on Elle The supporting character main protagonist in the first game. Returns is Joel and Elle and mainly focuses on Elle. Travel through dense post-apocalyptic landscapes and kill the bandits of the apocalypse, then take on the infected clickers as well. The Last of Us Part II will be exclusively released for the Playstation Four system in late 2019.

  1. Devil May Cry 5

Capcom, 2019

After the controversial reboot. Capcom needed to revive the series with a bang that fans wanted. During the E3 Xbox showing, Capcom revealed their new game alongside Resident Evil 2 in the hack “n” slash video game with stylish combat and tight controls. Devil May Cry 5 goes back to the roots of the series and redefines the series with a new graphics engine and new combat to please new and old fans. Devil May Cry 5 received an Xbox exclusive demo in early December and fans fell in love. A multi-platform demo will be released in early February with new items. Prepare to kick some demon butt in early March on the Playstation Four, Xbox One and PC!

  1.   Kingdom Hearts III

Square Enix, 2019

For the longest time. The Kingdom Hearts series has been one of the most confusing game series of all time due to side games being canon to the main series of games. Fans have been wanting an end to their favorite series for over ten years. During E3 2017 fans were greeted with the gift of their beloved series being continued after Kingdom Hearts II which was released in 2006 and never had a sequel to the game. Now that is a reality. Prepare for an emotional roller coaster with your favorite Disney characters and your favorite Kingdom Hearts characters in a game that will please new and old fans. Kingdom Hearts III will be released for the Playstation Four and Xbox One in late January and will be the most rated game ever.

Honorable Mention

Final Fantasy VII: Remake

Square Enix, 2019-2020?

Our honorable mention is the long overdue Final Fantasy VII remake that was first announced in 2015 and hasn’t seen any news and development since. Fans are eagerly wondering when their favorite game will finally be released. Final Fantasy VII will be launching first on the Playstation Four in late 2019 or early 2020.


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