Nioh takes us proper again to Team Ninja’s motion roots by means of From Software. Is the world prepared for it?
New online game releases for the week of February 6 – February 12.
- How to Survive 2 (PS4)
- So Many Me (PS4)
Monday, February 6
- Nioh (PS4)
- WWE 2K17 (PC)
- Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book (PC)
- Nights of Azure (PC)
- 8Days (PS4)
- Kitty Powers Matchmaker (PS4)
- The Onion Knights (PS4)
- Ping Pong VR (PSVR)
- Super Gunworld 2 (PS4)
- Uncanny Valley (PS4, Vita, with cross-buy)
Tuesday, February 7
- The Wild Eight (PC, by way of Early Access)
- Bleed 2 (Linux, Mac, PC)
Wednesday, February eight
- Quarantine (PC, by way of Early Access)
- Brut@l (PC)
Thursday, February 9
Hardly anyone else bothered turning up this week, and that’s not stunning: Nioh is a fairly large deal. A PS4 unique, it has rather a lot in frequent with from Software’s Souls sequence, however the motion is that very same 60fps brilliance so beloved of old skool Team Ninja video games. Think Ninja Gaiden with RPG methods and also you’re just about there, and possibly swooning a bit. It doesn’t actually appear honest that PS4 gamers get this and Bloodborne as exclusives, however you possibly can’t blame Koei Tecmo for wanting its valuable child to get the eye going Sony unique garners – or Sony for pouncing on the tempting provide.
There’s not a lot else standing in the best way of Nioh’s success this week, though JRPG followers on PC ought to positively try the newest Atelier sport, in addition to Nights of Azure.
Speaking of PC, WWE 2K17 arrives on Steam, in order that’s a factor.
Looking additional forward? Check out our full list of 2017 video game release dates. It’s gonna be a busy 12 months.
As all the time, PlayStation Store launch dates could fluctuate relying on area.