Dead Space remake, One Piece Odyssey, Forspoken and other video game releases for January 2023

2023 may not start as strong as it ended last year, but it certainly big names like him await us remake of dead space, One Piece Odyssey either Forspoken to have a happy new year.

Besides, we can also enjoy other highly anticipated titleslike the arrival of Monster Hunter Rise to PlayStation and Xbox consoles, the reissue of persona 3 portable Y Persona 4 Golden on new platforms or the premiere of Fire Emblem Engage, a new installment of the Intelligent Systems saga for Nintendo Switch. Total, we have great adventures, so we are going to review the top video game releases of january 2023.

One Piece Odyssey

When: 12th of January

Where: PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC

Than: a turn-based combat JRPG that will take us on an unprecedented adventure of the Straw Hat Pirates. But fear not, because Bandai Namco has been so clever that the game will also include a wealth of memories of our heroes, playable sections that will recall great moments from the hit managanime.

We have already played it for a few hours and it has left a great taste in our mouths because at first glance it looks like a clone of Dragon Questbut in reality it introduces very interesting ideas into the classic Japanese role-playing formula, such as dividing the combat arenas into various zones, a friendship system that unlocks joint attacks as we improve the relationship with our teammates, or the inclusion of random targets within of the combats to make them not become repetitive with the passing of the hours.

For whom: for the millions of fans of Eiichiro Oda’s manga.


This content can also be viewed on the site it originates desde.

One Piece Odyssey – Gameplay Trailer | PS5 & PS4 Games

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

When: January 13th

Where: PS5 and Xbox Series X|S

Than: a new generation version that will introduce important visual improvements in the very complete game that allows us to immerse ourselves in the history of Dragon Ball Z while exploring a gigantic open world and fighting against classic villains such as Cell, Frieza or Buu, among others. In addition, we will be able to enjoy graphic improvements, such as 4K resolution, a frame rate of 60 images per second and reduced loading times, as well as more detailed scenarios or new, more realistic effects, especially those related to reflections. In addition, the game will continue to evolve and expand with the second season pass, the first episode of which will focus on the story of Bardock, Goku’s father.