5 games coming on the market next year

The first three characters mentioned from the first trailer (from left to right: Son Goku from Dragon Ball, Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece, and Naruto Uzumaki from Naruto) joins forces to find out who was behind the phenomenon of merging their worlds to the real one. It is one of the games that people are really hyped up for. Photo Credit: myreviews.it

The first three characters mentioned from the first trailer (from left to right: Son Goku from Dragon Ball, Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece, and Naruto Uzumaki from Naruto) joins forces to find out who was behind the phenomenon of merging their worlds to the real one. It is one of the games that people are really hyped up for. Photo Credit: myreviews.it

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






1. Jump Force: “Jump Force” is an upcoming video fighting game currently being developed by Spike Chunsoft and will be published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The game is made in celebration of Weekly Shonen Jump’s 50th anniversary, featuring characters from different manga series. “Jump Force” is a 3 v. 3 tag team fighting game with characters from Bleach, City Hunter, Dragon Ball, Fist of the North Star, Hunter x Hunter, Naruto, One Piece, Rurouni Kenshin, Saint Seiya, Yu-Gi-Oh! and Yu Yu Hakusho, as well as a custom character. The game is set to be released on Feb. 15 for the PlayStation 4, XBOX ONE and Microsoft Windows.

2. Team Sonic Racing: “Team Sonic Racing” is an upcoming video kart racing game currently being developed by Sumo Digital and will be published by Sega. The game features fifteen playable characters from the “Sonic the Hedgehog” series. Unlike most racing games, this game’s focus is on cooperative gameplay. This means that the player is part of a team of three and must work together. The goal is not to finish first for the team but get the most amount of points based on team performance. The most efficient team wins. The game is projected to be released on May 21 for the PlayStation 4, XBOX ONE, Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows.

3. Yoshi’s Crafted World: “Yoshi’s Crafted World” is an upcoming side-scrolling platform video game currently in development by Good-Feel and will be published by Nintendo. Unlike most side-scrolling platforms, “Yoshi’s Crafted World” allows the player to view the level with two opposite viewpoints, allowing the camera to “flip sides.” Basically, you can view one side continuing through the right and flip to another side scrolling to the left to keep going. The game’s mechanic still works like the older Yoshi games, utilizing his abilities. Despite the game being announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2017 event, the game will be released around the first half of the year with no specific date yet.

4. Dirt Rally 2.0: “Dirt Rally 2.0” is an upcoming racing video game currently being developed and will be published by Codemasters. The game will be the thirteenth installment overall and the seventh installment that took up the Dirt name (originally Colin McRae Rally), and the successor to “Dirt Rally.” “Dirt 2.0” is based on rallying and rallycross. The game features different tracks from around the world, featuring tarmac and off-road terrain under various weather conditions. Players will be able to race cars on circuits from the FIA World Rallycross Championship. The game is expected to be release on Feb. 26 for the PlayStation 4, XBOX ONE and Microsoft Windows.

5. Trials Rising: “Trials Rising” is an upcoming racing video game on a 2.5D perspective, currently being developed by RedLynx and Ubisoft Kiev and will be published by Ubisoft, becoming the first mainline entry in the “Trials” series since “Trials Fusion,” which was released in 2014. In this game, the player controls a rider on a motorcycle, starting on one end of the level and must navigate their physics-based, two-wheel vehicle to the other side through obstacle courses. The courses take place around real places like the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. A new mode for local multiplayer is called “Tandem Bike,” where two players are driving the same bike, each being responsible for controlling the balance and power of the vehicle. The game is project to be released on Feb. 12 on PlayStation 4, XBOX ONE, Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows.