June is looking like it will be a big month for video games. Between some of the upcoming Xbox and PlayStation titles, and the new games on other platforms, there should be enough June releases to keep you busy all month. Here’s some of the upcoming PC games to look out for this June.
Necromunda: Hired Gun – June 1
Those of you disappointed by last year’s Cyberpunk 2077 might want to check out Necromunda: Hired Gun. Also set in a cyberpunk world, Necromunda: Hired Gun is an FPS with role-playing elements about selecting bounties and hunting down targets alongside a cybernetically enhanced dog sidekick.
Capcom’s brutally difficult platformer from the NES, SNES, and arcade era is back, and looks better than ever. It was released on the Switch earlier this year as a timed exclusive and is finally making its way to other platforms. With a variety of difficulty settings, magic, and upgrades, this entry will please those looking for the brutal difficulty of the earlier games, or newcomers looking for an easier platforming experience.
Operation: Tango – June 1
SLUDGE LIFE – June 2
Hokko Life – June 2
Critters for Sale – June 3
Sniper: Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 – June 4
Chivalry 2 – June 8
Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection – June 10
Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection is an HD remaster of the Ninja Gaiden Sigma trilogy, originally released during the PS3 and Xbox 360 era. This violent hack-and-slash trilogy doesn’t get the widespread recognition of Devil May Cry or Bayonetta, but gamers from that era will recognize this series as an underrated classic.
Guilty Gear -Strive- – June 11
One of the most anticipated fighting games is almost here, marking the return of the Guilty Gear franchise. Arc System Works’ iconic 3D anime style from Guilty Gear Xrd and Dragon Ball FighterZ is taken to the next level in Guilty Gear -Strive-, and it plays just as good as it looks.
Roguebook – June 17
Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance – June 22
SCARLET NEXUS – June 24
SCARLET NEXUS is an action RPG developed by Bandai Namco, and it looks a lot like their 2019 Souls-like Code Vein. The gameplay looks a lot different though, looking more like a cross between Final Fantasy VII Remake and Astral Chain. Fans of modern JRPGs will definitely want to check this one out.
Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX – June 24
Legend of Mana HD Remaster – June 24
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