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Top 10 Games Coming Out February 2020

 

Rune Factory 4 Special by Marvelous Inc. – February 25th

Rune Factory 4 is one of the best series from the Nintendo 3DS era. So heavily underrated, if you’re a fan of Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley and JRPGs you should be playing Rune Factory. The game is based off a popular spinoff from the Story of Seasons series. The mechanics combine farming and life simulation with monster battling and taming. Topped off with an epic story that goes much deeper than you’d imagine. Guys, I’m not even joking, there were literal tears in my eyes.

The premise of Rune Factory is that you’re the newly appointed prince or princess in town. You can either fulfill your royal duties by issuing ordinances to help the town prosper, or take a more rural approach to governing by raising your own fruits and vegetables and helping townsfolk. Should some dungeon adventuring be on the day’s itinerary, you can craft or buy a vast array of swords, spears, and staves along with magic for battle against dangerous foes, or even bring along some companions or friendly monsters to aid you during your travels. Rune Factory 4 is a charming, magical land full of adventure that you’re going to love.

Platform: Nintendo Switch

 

Two Point Hospital By Two Point Games – February 25th

If you’re a big fan of simulation games, but find the lack of great titles on other platforms outside of PC, we have news. Two Point Hospital is appearing in all major platforms next month. A spiritual successor to the wildly popular sim game Theme Hospital. Two Point Hospital plays in the same way but better. Startup a hospital from scratch and manage your staff, equipment and patients to become the best hospital ever. All the while curing insane diseases such as invisibility or recolouring grey people. Our full review of Two Point Hospital can be read here. Try not to kill anyone while you’re at it!

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC

 

Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection by Capcom – February 25th

The Mega Man franchise is one that needs no introduction. But for those of you youngins, this is a great time to get started on the franchise. The Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection brings together Mega Man Zero 1, 2, 3, 4, as well as Mega Man ZX and ZX Advent into a single pack. This edition also features Casual Scenario Mode for those who are looking to enjoy the game at their own pace. For those more hardcore fans of the game, a new leaderboard-based gameplay called as Z Chase Mode is introduced.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC

 

Metro Redux by 4A Games – February 28th

A good game that needs to be played by everyone, regardless of consoles. Metro Redux includes the definitive editions of both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light (including all DLC content). The world of Metro is set in a grim dystopian landscape where nuclear war decimated the surface world. With the raging nuclear winter that has continued to batter Russia, survivors are forced deep underground, establishing colonies and scavenging as far as they can. Too bad the nuclear winters and waste have mutated the surrounding animals into beasts that will attack without provocation. Metro Redux features an amazing story of survival and tenacity of the human condition.

Platform: Nintendo Switch

 

One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows by Chunsoft, Bandai Namco – February 28th

If you’re a big fan of anime, then you’ll probably know what’s up with this game. The game revolves around the anime One Punch Man, where the titular character is the strongest hero that has ever existed. And in his existence, he’s barely known in a world that pretty much worship heroes. He also finds being the strongest is mundane. Now it’s your turn to take over Saitama and kick some butt. One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is a 3D fighting game. Choose from a wide variety of superhero characters available and make them fight! Side note: if you choose Saitama, he’ll show up very late. So keep in mind you’ll have to be able to survive with your first 2 picks. Good luck with that.

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

 

So, there you have it, a list of games coming out this February. We think that these are the exciting titles out of all the games that are coming out next month. Do you feel we should’ve included other titles? What game are you excited about? Let us know!


This article was an original contribution by Ramesh at his site OffGamers. Check out his site for all your gaming needs!

 

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