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New Game Releases: January 25th-31st, 2018

With new iterations in the Dissidia and Monster Hunter franchises, as well as Arc System’s take on Dragon Ball, the last week of January almost makes up for the slow trickle of new titles that dominated most of the winter month. Beyond these heavy hitters, a number of retro classics are on the schedule, with Psikyo’s well-liked STG Zero Gunner 2 and ADK/SNK’s World Heroes 2 arriving on the Switch this week.

Header art: Dragon Ball FighterZ, PS4, Xbox One, and PC

PlayStation 4
ACA NeoGeo: Shock Troopers (digital, $7.99)
Celeste (digital, $19.99)
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT (retail and digital, $59.99)
Dragon Ball FighterZ (retail and digital, $59.99)
Monster Hunter: World (retail and digital, $59.99)
Railway Empire (retail and digital, $59.99)

ACA NeoGeo: World Heroes 2 (digital, $7.99)
Arcade Archives Kid Niki: Radical Ninja (digital, $7.99)
Celeste (digital, $19.99)
Dustoff Heli Rescue 2 (digital, $14.99)
Earth Wars (digital, $4.50)
Fantasy Hero: Unsigned Legacy (digital, $9.99)
Space Dave! (digital, $9.99)
Strikers 1945 II for Nintendo Switch (digital, $7.99)
Super One More Jump (digital, $7.00)
Tachyon Project (digital, $9.99)
Tales of the Tiny Planet (digital, $19.99)
Tennis (digital, $7.99)
Zero Gunner 2 (digital, $7.99)

Xbox One
Dragon Ball FighterZ (retail and digital, $59.99)
Monster Hunter: World (retail and digital, $59.99)
Railway Empire (retail and digital, $59.99)

Pokémon: Crystal Version (digital, $9.99)
Zig Zag Go (digital, $1.49, New 3DS only)

Candleman: The Complete Journey ($TBA)
Celeste ($19.99)
Clumsy Knights : Threats of Dragon ($2.99)
Dragon Ball FighterZ ($59.99)
Kakusankibou ($2.24)
Railway Empire ($42.49)
Scrapper ($8.99)
Shalnor Legends: Sacred Lands ($TBA)
Stratego Multiplayer ($TBA)
Tesla vs Lovecraft ($TBA)
Warhammer: Vermintide 2 ($26.99)
Tsukumohime (free to play)
Zombie Derby 2 ($TBA)

Robert’s Pick: DBZ fans are poised to go Super Saiyan with the release of Dragon Ball FighterZ. With tag team mechanics and Arc System Works proficiency with fighters, that excitement is completely justified. But, more personally, I’m really curious about Monster Hunter: World. While the franchise has been a irrefutable phenomenon in the East, Western games have been tepid toward the series. With World, Capcom is aiming to change that, offering a wealth of tutorials, a softened learning curve, and purportedly, a push toward open-world gameplay. The only problem is the absence of a PC iteration this week, with Capcom promising the game in late 2018.

About Robert Allen

With over 35 years of gaming experience, Robert 'DesertEagle' Allen is Tech-Gaming's resident worrier/warrior who spends his days teaching at three colleges and his nights devoted to JRPGs.


  1. I want DB FighterZ for PC, but I don’t really feel like playing full price right now.

  2. Earth Wars looks JUST like Earth’s Dawn, a $30 Steam and PS4 game.

    What’s going on here?

  3. I just want to know if Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is going to have loot boxes, passes, or any of that other shit that has ruined gaming?

  4. Monster Hunter: World after work today! Yessss

  5. Celeste is by the Towerfall guy, so I have my eye on that one.

  6. Space Dave seems overpriced