Yesterday, we posted the first part of our article about the Best Game Releases this January 2019. And now, here’s the second batch of games you should watch out for this month. Some of these include a remake of a popular survival horror video game, a new installment of a known strategic simulation game, and the second episode to the critically-acclaimed episodic fantasy video game, “Life is Strange 2.”
Let’s check them out:
Hell Warders is a tower-defense action RPG video game from PQube and Anti-Gravity Game Studios. The player takes the role of a Hell Warder, an ancient order of heroes who are gifted with unique powers and abilities to fight demon hordes. The player must control powerful Heroes, use their devastating skills, and deploy defensive units to battle demonic monsters and stop them from getting out of hell.
At the Gates
At the Gates is an indie strategy video game from the designer of Civilization V, Jon Shafer. The game will put the player in the role of a dark age lord who is building a kingdom to replace the crumbling Roman Empire. To do this, the player must learn to manage your clans, explore the landscape, find resources to harvest, and build commercial buildings as well as military machines to defend your city. The game is published by Conifer Games.
Life is Strange 2 – Episode 2: Rules
The second episode to Life is Strange 2, Rules continues to tell the story of Sean and Daniel as they run from the police, following the tragic accident in Seattle caused by the manifestation of Daniel’s supernatural power. On their way to look for shelter, they met Chris Eriksen, who believes he has the same power as Daniel and has a superhero alter ego named Captain Spirit. As Daniel and Chris becomes close, Sean must remind his brother to never again use his power in public.
Resident Evil 2 (Remake)
Resident Evil 2, a.k.a. Biohazard 2, is a Japanese survival horror video game from Capcom, which was first released in 1998. It first introduces us to the characters of Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield, who must escape the zombie-infected Racoon City. A remake was developed by Capcom R&D Division 1, and it was announced at E3 2018 that it will be released on January 25, 2019 for Microsoft Windows PCs and gaming laptops, as well as XBox One and PlayStation 4. The remake was directed by Kazunori Kaido. Aside from that, the game uses the same game engine used to create Resident Evil 7 called the RE Engine.
Tropico 6 is a strategic simulation video game from Limbic Entertainment and Kalypso Media. It is the sixth installment in the Tropico series, and the first to introduce players to vast archipelagos and manage multiple islands at the same time. Same as the previous games, the player takes on the role of El Presidente, who must build the state of Tropico and shape the fate of its banana republic through four distinctive eras.
Which of the ten games are you most excited about? Tell us in the comments below.