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25. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

This Bandai Namco title is more than just a flight simulator. Reaching its seventh main entry, Skies Unkown dips you into world of airtight anime-like storytelling and action-packed airplane combat. Usually dubbed the metal of gear of the skies, stealth and VR are on its way in this sequel coming out to the PC on February 1st.

24. Frozen Flame

Fans of Runic's Torchlight might also love this survival ARPG from Magisterion. Currently on early access in Steam, Frozen Flame puts you in the open world of a slowly freezing planet wrapped in darkness. Letting you choose your own unique character classes and build your own shelters, it'll be an enveloping 3D adventure. Coming out on the PC on February 1st.

23. The Occupation on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

A first person indie adventure, this unreal engine 4 powered title from White Paper Games is oozing with Bioshock Infinite feels. With a clear focus on atmosphere, its non-linear storyline puts you in the shoes of a whistleblowing journalist that's working against and through time itself. It's set to release on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on February 5th.

22. Etrian Odyssey Nexus

Already released in Japan, Atlus' sixth mainline title to their award-winning RPG series is finally coming to the West. Another story revolving around the world tree, Yggdrasil, we get to pick from 19 playable classes with which to unveil Princess Persephone's grand standalone story. It's coming to the 3DS on February 5th.

21. Away: Journey to the Unexpected on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

This indie 3D roguelite is a colorful treat. Inspired by the anime of the 90s, AWAY teaches you the value of getting lost. Roam around their vibrant landscapes, meet each of their unique characters, and see the world their eyes as you bring along your unexpected journey. It's set to release sometime next month on the PC, with release dates of February 5 on the PS4, and Feb 8 on the Xbox One.

20. PRO FISHING SIMULATOR on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4

A fishing simulator that tries to bring the relaxing sunday activity to the comforts of the living room. First released on the PC, though, it was mostly panned for its high price tag, bugs, and underwhelming features. Still, crafted with good intentions, it has 9 different fishing areas, 79 fish types with realistic behavior and hundreds of equipment to collect. It's coming to the PS4 and Xbox One on February 5, 2019.

19. God Eater 3 on the PlayStation 4 and PC

Another one of Bandai Namco's JRPGs, God Eater reaches its third installment with a grand battle against Kirby-like alien creatures. Called the Aragami, the monsters become what they eat, so to speak, and the last hope to defeat them is the God-Arc-wielding eaters. Released in Japan last December, it's coming out on PC and PS4 in the West on February 8th.

18. Catherine: Full Body on the PS Vita and PS4

An enhanced port of the PlayStation 3's Catherine in 2011, Full Body makes Vincent Brooks' sexy love affairs available to players on the current gen PlayStation consoles. It will also include new sexy events, patrons, swimsuit costumes, Persona 5 cameos, as well as a brand new girl called Rin. Coming out on the PS4 and PlayStation Vita this valentines.

17. Code:Realize - Wintertide Miracles on the PS4 and PS Vita

Aksys Games’ otome dating simulator takes you to the life of Cardia as she chooses love from a wide selection of men. Yes, that’s what Otome games are. Set in 19th Century Steampunk London, lead Cardia as she ventures into a mysterious world looking for answers, and of course, LOVE. It comes out this February 14 on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

16. Sid Meier's Civilization VI: Gathering Storm

The Civilization series takes us home to Hawaiki in this second expansion to their latest installment. It welcomes the Maori civilization and its expressive leader Kupe to their diverse list. That's along with 8 other new leaders, 7 new civilizations. All that, with new 21st Century tech and civics as well some fancy engineering projects. Coming to the PC on February 14th.

15. Crackdown 3 on the Xbox One and the PC

Very important information: Terry Crews is in it. The complete opposite of mild mannered, he ushers us into the colorful open world of all out destruction. Reaching new heights in terms of unadulterated chaos, get wrecking in multiplayer arenas or go big budget against skyscrapers and criminal syndicates. It's set to release on the PC and Xbox One on February 15, 2019

14. Jump Force on the PC, PlayStation and Xbox One

Featuring the most popular characters in the Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine, watch all your favorite anime and manga characters come alive in the fighting arena. It currently has a roster of 28 fighters, with four brand new faces by the master Akira Toriyama himself. It's coming out on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on February 15th.

13. DEAD OR ALIVE 6 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC

Adding in more high-flying fighters to their lineup, this 19th installment to the long running series rounds it up to 20 fierce fighters. Mostly known for their fanservicey battles, this entry marks a move towards esport viability with its deeper and more instense strategic gameplay. Shake off valentines with the roster as it comes to the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on February 15th.

12. Far Cry: New Dawn on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One

With the success of Far Cry 5, this standalone spin-off title takes place in a vibrant post-apocalyptic world set in Hope County, Montana. Fight for survival and retain your humanity in a planet covered by madness. Take up arms, or find a partner in its co-op mode as you brave through this post-apocalyptic playground. They’re giving this spin-off the Blood Dragon treatment. So that’s something huge. It comes out this February 15 on the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

11. Metro Exodus on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC

Deep Silver’s third and latest Metro entry takes us once again to irradiated Russia in the hopes of a brighter future for humanity. Exodus literally ascends the Metro experience by placing you outside of the underground looking for hope. Wipe your masks, fend off mutated creatures, and survive the nuclear winter in this atmospheric first person shooter. It comes out this 15th of February on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

10. Elle

L. Stotch’s simple indie adventure game takes you to the life of Elle. There’s no fancy tutorials to take, dangerous game decisions taken, and big-budget development spent. It’s just an addicting puzzle game reminiscent to the old Game Boy days. With over 50 levels, help Elle make it to each of them. It comes out this February 16 on the PC.

9. Steins;Gate Elite

5pb's upcoming visual novel game will be a fully animated adventure game. Injecting the vibrance of their anime version of 24 minute episodes, this latest entry will also feature new routes never before seen in the anime. It's a fully remastered version of the first Steins Gate title, creating a fully immersive world with various endings depending on your choices. Fate is at your hands when it comes out on February 19, 2019 on the PS4.

8. Anthem on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Bioware returns with a huge sci-fi RPG shooter that could rival Bungie’s Destiny, or Microsoft’s Halo. Get ready to suit up and enter a dangerous planet filled with freaks of nature. Bioware seems to be doing things right with the game's lush graphics that form a fitting backdrop to their MMO action. Hopefully, they won’t be pulling another disappointing entry full of microtransactions and underwhelming content. It comes out this 22nd of February on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

7. Anno 1800

Lead your society to the Industrial Age in this city building game from Ubisoft. It’s the most exciting entry of the series yet. Rivaling Sid Meier’s revolutionary Civilization series, Anno 1800 showcases fast-changing time periods alongside their new technologies, continents and societies. It’s a culmination of the years of Anno history with improved AI and better gameplay. It comes out this 26th of February on the PC.

6. Trials Rising on the PS4, Xbox One and PC

This the first new title in the Trials series since 2014's Trials Fusion. Opening new horizons with its move to the 2.5th Dimension, conquer trials anew in scenic and exotic locations around the globe. Hoping to add to their unique brand of enjoyment is their new Tandem Bike mode. Hilarity ensues as you and a friend control a single bike together. Coming this February 26 on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

5. DiRT Rally 2.0 on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Enjoyed by critics and gamers, the game has confidently bagged the top spots in many of our past rankings. As new as the title was, it's shaping up to become one the leading Rally games on the market. Now with a looming release from the veterans of racing, Codemasters is looking to impress once more. Dirt Rally 2.0 is taking us on an immersive ride through 6 real life locations, developing our teams, and riding around with french co-driver, Stéphane Prévot. It's set to release on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on Feb 26th 2019.

4. The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame on the PC, PS4 and XBox One

A sequel of sequels. This videogame adaptation of Warner Bros awesome animated comedy is back for more LEGO hijinks. Set after the events of the second movie, Emmet and friends go beyond their world to save their friends from alien monsters. Use the game’s signature LEGO building gameplay and be a master builder. It comes out this February 26 on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

3. Degrees of Separation on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Dealing with the highs and lows of temperature, Moondrop's 2D puzzle adventure challenges you to harness the elements. Play as the starcrossed lovers, Ember and Rime, and use their special powers to navigate their fantastical universe. It's set to release on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on February 2019.

2. Path Of Exile

Not Diablo 4 but a worthy successor to Blizzard’s failing franchise. Grinding Gear Games’ enormous action RPG is packed with deep character customization, strong item economy and competitive PvP. If you could just look at that insane skill tree. Travel to the world of Wraeclast in an effort to survive its ever-changing environment. Explore, make new friends, and develop your character to its most formidable. It comes out this February 2019 on the PS4.

1. Ghost Of A Tale

An action RPG that lets you play as an adventurous mouse named Tito. SeithCG’s hybrid of role playing and stealth makes up for a cute and wonderful experience akin to fantastic tales like Despereaux and American Tale. If not for its atmospheric world, its adorable main character and its huge lore makes up for it. It’s set to release this February 2019 on the PS4.