Let’s take a look at the games we can discover in January 2023, to get the year off to a good start!
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December and January are always very quiet months when it comes to video game releases. Studios usually try to release their game before the holiday season with the hope that their product will end up under the tree. However, if like us, you’ve already run out of gaming experience at the start of 2023, let’s take a look at the January releases that might make you happy.
The most anticipated games
One Piece Odyssey
January 12, 2023
One Piece Odyssey is a new RPG set in the One Piece universe made in collaboration with Eiichiro Oda, the creator of the series. One Piece fans are eagerly awaiting the game and we can’t wait to see if it will meet their expectations.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
January 13, 2023
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot PS5 and Xbox Series Edition will be a remaster of the version that was released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC several years ago. A great opportunity to visit the world of Dragon Ball if you missed the previous version.
Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Gold
January 19, 2023
Fans of the Persona series will have something to eat with the release of two old opus updated on new platforms.
Fire Emblem engagement
January 20, 2023
Summon heroes like Marth and Celica with the power of Emblem Rings and add their power to yours in the new Fire Emblem Engage. The turn-based combat system of this popular JRPG returns with a new cast of characters that you can customize and participate in to carefully craft your strategy.
January 24, 2023
You may have seen ads for Forspoken on social media, an open-world adventure game from Square Enix that has been delayed several times in the past year. Now it’s official, it will be released on January 24th and will propel Frey Holland, our protagonist, into a strange world completely unknown to him.
January 27, 2023
The sci-fi/horror fusion hit that came out a very long time ago is back in steam with a complete remake that will give even the most seasoned gamers a cold sweat. Thus, fans of the series will be able to relive this terrifying adventure with better graphics, of course, but also with many other surprises.
List of all versions
- Scrap Riders – January 9th
- Path of the Midnight Sun – January 10th
- Kids of Silenttown – January 11th
- Lone Ruin – January 12th
- Steady Hunt – January 12th
- Avenging Guardian: Moonrider – January 12th
- One Piece Odyssey – January 13th
- Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – January 13th
- UnderDungeon – January 13th
- Deliverance in the Abyss – January 17
- Farlanders – January 17th
- Re: Invitation – January 17th
- The Colossal Cave – January 19th
- Persona 3 Portable – January 19th
- Persona 4 Golden – January 19th
- Fiery Engagement – January 20th
- Knight Candle – January 20th
- Monster Hunter Rise – January 20th
- Forspoken – January 24th
- Mahokenshi – January 24th
- Risen – January 24
- OddBallers – January 26th
- Dead Space – January 27th
- SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Chic – January 31
- We’ve been here forever – January 31st
- Season: Message to the Future – January 31
- Superfuse – January 31st
- Time stumbled – January