• What should you play in 2019?

    Best games that will be released next year

  • What should we expect

    With all those games being released every year, it’s also hard for us, the players, to organize a complete list like this. For our passion, the best games of 2019, we've tried to make a list with the best games that will come to the market in 2019.

     

    2019 starts with it a bunch of interesting games that will surely satisfy whatever wish you may have. All those delayed games are finally making their appearance on the stage. Also a lot of new titles and concepts will appear, we have to trial them and see what is good and what is bad.

     

    We've split our guide to the best 30 new games of 2019. This list might be updated each time a new game is announced and it worths a place on the list. Also if a game is postponed we will remove it from the list.
    Explore our list and if you have a game that we might missed please tell us and we will have a look.

  • The list

    Anthem

    February 22 | BioWare | PS4, XBO, PC
     

    BioWare’s Anthem is the studio’s most talked about game in years, even if it’s not always being talked about for the reasons that BioWare and EA would like. Questions of microtransactions and originality still surround this title a year after it was first announced.

    Battletoads

    TBA | Rare | XBO

    We were starting to think that we’d never get another Battletoads game given that it’s been over 20 years since we’ve last received a new installment, but Rare is returning to the franchise that most people remember as one of the hardest games on the NES. This new Battletoadsmight feature a slightly different art style and other modern improvements, but we fully expect it to be largely familiar to fans who have been waiting years for another co-op brawler from this beloved, and undeniably bizarre, series.

    Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

    TBA | ArtPlay & DICO | PS4, XBO, Switch, PC

    Since its Kickstarter debut, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night's name has come second to that of its creator, Koji Igarashi. Many of you may remember Igarashi as the director of the revolutionary Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, and his return with a game that is very much in the spirit of his classic Castlevania tiles has been anticipated by genre fans for many years.

    Red Dead Online

    RockstarGames | PS4, XBOX

    We know that Red Dead Redemption 2 was released in 2018, but the online part will be in his final form just in 2019. So this means that red dead online hack deserves a place in our list.

    Crackdown 3

    February 15 | Reagent Games, Sumo Digital, Ruffian Games, Cloudgine | XBO, PC

    It's been almost eight years since we last heard from the Crackdownseries. There was a time when Microsoft's hidden gem open-world title provided a breath of fresh air to the subgenre. Its outlandish, superhero-like gameplay afforded players the chance to just go wild in a metro setting. The open-world genre -- and the world at large -- has changed quite a bit, though.

    Code Vein

    TBA | Bandai Namco | PS4, XBO

    Code Vein is easily described as "anime Dark Souls." It's an over-the-top action-RPG that emphasizes an intricate combat system, character builds, and a sometimes punishing level of difficulty. It also adds a sometimes over-the-top style that is a far cry from Dark Souls' muted tones and grim atmosphere but just might be enough to help put this game over-the-top.

    Control

    TBA | Remedy Entertainment | PS4, XBO, PC

    From what we've seen of Control, we have no doubts that it will be full of Remedy's trademark personality. It's a bizarre psychological action title with supernatural elements that looks wonderfully eerie and exciting. Even better, Remedy has promised that this game will be slightly more open than its previous, very linear titles. We'll see whether or not that allows the studio to expand its creative borders.

    Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

    June 21 | Beenox | PS4, XBO, Switch

    This remake of the original Crash Team Racing has a daunting task ahead of it. Somehow, it must please fans of the original surprise hit while winning over a generation that recently experienced the brilliant Mario Kart 8. We don't envy the task ahead of developer Beenox.

    Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course

    February | Studio MDHR | XBO, PC

    We’d have a hard time arguing with anyone who calls Cuphead the Xbox One’s best exclusive title. Studio MDHR may have had to delay the game a few times, but the final product proved to be a gorgeous nod to both the era of 2D action titles and those classic animated adventures of the ‘30s and ‘40s.

    Days Gone

    April 26 | SIE Bend Studio | PS4

    Days Gone remains the anomaly of what could be the PlayStation’s 4 final lineup of exclusive games. This post-apocalyptic open-world game has been shown at several Sony events in the past, but delays have pushed the game into the realm of doubt in the minds of some Sony fans.

    Dead or Alive 6

    February 15 | Team Ninja | PS4, XBO, PC

    The Dead or Alive series has long existed in this strange plane of popularity and respect. Dating back to the brilliant Dead or Alive 2, the franchise has been seen as an often fun, sometimes excellent, sometimes sloppy, and usually beautiful experience. Yet, it's never really received the respect that series like Street Fighter and Tekken typically garner.

    Devil May Cry 5

    March 8 | Capcom | PS4, XBO, PC

    The Devil May Cry series is generally regarded as one of the godfathers of the 3D action genre, but it’s been quite some time since we’ve gotten a new game from the franchise. Even Ninja Theory’s brilliant re-imagining of the Devil May Cry concept wasn’t enough to satisfy the series’ hardcore fans.

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