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The Best Games of 2024 (So Far)

Persona 3 Reload (February 2, 2024)

Persona 3 Reload is a remake of Atlus’ original 2006 Japanese RPG game, Persona 3. In all the ways that matter, Persona 3 Reload has perfected the long journey of the original with modern graphics and an improved combat system. The protagonist can now interact and create deeper bonds with characters inaccessible yet important in the original, making the game more meaningful, all the while maintaining the solidity of the original storyline. Persona games are also known for their thrilling soundtrack and Persona 3 Reload’s versions still hold a candle to their counterpart.  

Persona 3 Reload (Play on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Cloud Gaming, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S)

Tekken 8 (January 25, 2024)

Another franchise with a long-standing player base and sky-high expectations, Tekken 8 combines the complexity and simplicity of their world and does the impossible. Known to be rather non-beginner-friendly, Tekken 8 creates a much friendlier approach to the franchise that can be enjoyed by older fans and the new generation. With an incredible narrative, rich with deep lore, the combat system is fairly intuitive but takes a while to integrate. 

Tekken 8 (Play on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Series S, Microsoft Windows)

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth (January 25, 2024)

Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio brings back the ever-loved Kazuma Kiryu and teams him up with Ichiban Kasuga, the protagonist of the 2020 Yakuza game, Yakuza: Like a Dragon. As expected from any RGG game, players can expect hilarious side quests, a dramatic main story and fun mini-games, all wrapped up in this turn-based RPG. With Kiryu and Ichiban unravelling some secrets in Hawaii, older fans can expect to see familiar faces and locations. 

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth (Play on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, Xbox Series X and Series S)

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown (January 18, 2024)

After more than a decade, the Prince of Persia series is back with their latest game, Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown. Despite initial hesitations and the disappointment of no The Sands of Time remake, The Lost Crown proved itself to be a solid addition to the series. The 2.5D side-scrolling action-adventure game utilises time to change the past and the rules. With an exciting world, filled with interactive puzzles and brilliant storytelling while exploring the environment, The Lost Crown is a great balance between Metroidvania and the nostalgia of earlier Prince of Persia games. 

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown (Play on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S)

Helldivers 2 (February 8, 2024)

The Sony Interactive Entertainment and Arrowhead Game Studios’ new third-person shooter game, Helldivers 2 is a smooth multiplayer game where the servers really work. With a rich combat system, including friendly fire, the game is a delight for any competitive player who craves a deserved victory. 

Helldivers 2 (Play on PlayStation 5 and Windows)

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth (February 29, 2024)

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth introduces the best version of beloved characters to their fan base. As the second game in Square Enix’s trilogy of Final Fantasy VII remakes, this version is an extended version of FF7, accumulating 30-80 hours of gameplay as Cloud Strife. During this, the player gets to bond with his friends and the journey to stop Sephiroth is action-filled and fruitful. However, players agree that it was too jam-packed with mini-games. Overall, it’s a heartwarming game with tons of memorial events. 

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth (Play on PlayStation 5)


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