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A continuation of the greatest video game ever made, if not ever? By creating an entirely new world high in the clouds, the new Legend of Zelda game seems to be building upon the innovative sandbox open world of Breath of the Wild's Hyrule.
Marvel's Spider-Man, one of the most popular PlayStation exclusive games featuring one of the most well-known superheroes in the world, is sure to get a sequel. It only makes sense to let players choose between Peter Parker and Miles Spider-Man as they battle Kraven the Hunter.
The ability to use a lightsaber in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was its main selling point, drawing in players despite the game's apparent copying of Sekiro and Uncharted, albeit with more forgiving saber combat than the latter.
Capcom has already updated Resident Evil 2 and 3 for contemporary hardware, and they are currently working on a remake of Resident Evil 1. This game not only revived the franchise but also popularized the over-the-shoulder perspective.
It should therefore not come as a surprise that the game was delayed from its original November 11 release date to 2022 to break the studio's reputation for releasing unstable software or to avoid comparisons to the contentious release.
Fighting games may appear to be a fading subgenre, but Street Fighter 6 is the one game that can revive the genre. Early gameplay reveals a highly polished fighting game with innovative new systems and a daring hyper-realistic style.