Top New Games Releasing This Week On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC — February 11-17

This week is home to Valentine’s Day, so let New Releases suggest a few gifts for that special someone. For the history buff, you can explore China in Dynasty Warriors 9, or roam the Kingdom of Bohemia in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. For the old-school RPG fan, there’s the Secret of Mana remake. You can also step into the gun-shoes of Bayonetta 1 and 2 on Nintendo Switch, or save the forest in Fe.

Dynasty Warriors 9 — February 13

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

The latest entry in the long-running Dynasty Warriors saga is going open world. That means you can roam the kingdom and attack enemy garrisons at your own pace, instigating those massive battles with thousands of troops.

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance — February 13

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

If you’ve ever wanted to play a medieval RPG without all the fictional wizards and dragons, this is it. Deliverance’s goal is to deliver a historical adventure with period-accurate armor, combat, and castle designs.

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Secret of Mana — February 15

Available on: PS4, Vita, PC

The Super Nintendo classic is coming to the modern generation, with improved HD visuals. But no matter which current platform you play on, you’re still in for the classic story of a heroic trio protecting the Sacred Mana tree.

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Fe — February 16

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch

Fe is the first in the EA Originals lineup, and this indie action-adventure game has a gorgeous art style. Beyond the looks, your goal is to help a little fox in getting the forest creatures to sing and protect their land from the dark Silent Ones.

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Bayonetta 1 & 2 — February 16

Available on: Switch

Bayonetta 3 was announced for Nintendo’s hybrid console, but if you missed out on the first two, here’s you chance to catch up. If you’ve already completed the journey, it’s a chance to jump back into Witch Time and throw down with another army of angels.

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