It's December 1st so time to look at 2023 games for all the platforms and still what piques my interest
Fire Emblem Engage. I've said elsewhere on the forum outside like the big ones such as Zelda, this is maybe my favourite Nintendo series and can't wait to see the returning characters for this anniversary celebration.
Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe. I never played this on Wii, and I like Kirby games.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie. Okay not a game, damn that last trailer though, and now I want a new Mario game sort based on the Movie where Peach is like not a damsel in distress etc.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. It's Zelda init.
Pikmin 4. I'm guessing it be out in 2023 and same goes for Advance Wars.
The stuff we know about I'm keen for all of it, just a Direct in February be nice to give us a bit of a roadmap for 2023 would go down a treat.
The Last of Us. This is either going to be the best video game to TV things ever or utter pants.
Forspoken. Sometimes I see a trailer and go this looks really cool, then others I'm not so sure. I'd certainly want to see some reviews on it, first.
Horizon Call of the Mountain + PSVR2. Always like VR as a concept and seeing games like CotM coming to PSVR2 (Get Alyx) seems very cool, just the cost involved is off-putting. This is more I hope it does well, we see more VR games and people that do buy in have a great time.
Final Fantasy XVI. My most anticipated game of 2023 much like TotK, how often do we get mainline FF games, last being 7 years ago.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. If this comes out next year then this is my most anticipated game, even though Square has put out 35 releases this year I just can't see XVI and Rebirth both coming out the same year and a game as big as Rebirth coming out December 2023 (They said next winter that's Dec 23 to Feb 24) meaning it's either earlier like the big November PS5 game or it's the first big game of 2024 which I feel is more likely.
Granblue Fantasy: Relink. Been multiple delays and moved in house instead of Platinum, just when we do see it does look like it be a very good RPG.
Marvel's Spider-Man 2. We've not seen for ages, just if anyone can hit a date (okay a year) they've said it's Insomniac.
Silent Hill 2. They never said a date, but info afterwards seems like it is pretty far along.
Not a lot from PlayStation Studios as yet, feel much like Nintendo it might be let's talk about it all after PSVR2 is out sort of thing.
Redfall. Arkane are a great studio that I have no doubt the core game will be great, just with being CO-OP focused can see us playing maybe once then trying to play again, and I'm in work or EofGiz is away. Then I got a feeling as it's in Game Pass and won't go anywhere, it could launch with a lack of content then added to over time based on other Xbox games.
Starfield. It's the big one, I may like it or may not as I've not played a Bethesda made Bethesda game since Fallout 3 which was utter pish though Morrowind and Oblivion both bangers.
Xbox is weird as we do know like everything everyone is working on, just stuff like Perfect Dark seems so far away that I feel it be a lot of cool indies and gets such as a Silksong & Wo Long for Game Pass more than anything.
Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden. Both come out the same on all systems but in Game Pass for Xbox, yet I'm hoping we get some sort of physical double pack, then I'd be very tempted to get on Switch. Out of the two, I'm more keen on P3P as I've never given it a proper play.
Wanted: Dead. Looks very 2000's PS2 game in a good way, and I'm keen for an odd game here and there like that.
Theatrhythm Final Bar Line. Great on 3DS, more tracks and characters can only be a good thing.
Tales of Symphonia Remastered. Maybe the best Tales of game, just looks like a lazy port which is fine if like £20, yet it isn't. However, the game is still good, and I may decide to replay and pick up this when it is like £20 as I say.
Octopath Traveler II. I messed myself up on the first one, and did never go back to it, as your thoughts not great on it either. Just this year and I know different genre of RPG, enjoyed Triangle Strategy a lot and some degree Live A Live as well that certainly keen for my 2D-HD games.
Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life. Tad like Tales of Symphonia was great on GameCube and looks a bit of work has gone into it. Just, I've got a few farming sim RPG's sat unplayed already.
Alan Wake II. The first is great, even though a bit dated now from playing the remaster, though if Remedy can bring some Control to the table this be fantastic.
The Plucky Squire. One of the best things from Not-E3 this year.
Pragmata. The weird Capcom game that sort looked for a bit it was a Kojima game, meaning I was in from the trailers.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. The first was great, more of the same please.
Suikoden 1 & 2 HD Remaster Gate Rune and Dunan Unification Wars. Never played these Classic PS1 games and now I can in a nice double pack.
Very Japanese heavy but I know what I like and the Western stuff we know about such as Assassin's Creed Mirage I've got no interest in.