My Personal Favorite Video Games – January 2018


Hey Guys, Just here to announce new series in which we will countdown our personal favorite video games of each month. Today we are counting down our best games for January 2018.


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It is chilling without being cheesy. Horrifying without being overt. Disturbing without being grotesque. I absolutely cannot wait to return to the Blackwood Sanatorium and make all the (right? wrong?) decisions this time around. The Inpatient is easily the most rewarding horror adventure to be had on the PSVR to date. – GameSpew
The Inpatient doesn’t just do right by Until Dawn, but stands right alongside it as one of the strongest horror experiences on PlayStation 4. It’s a game far less concerned with pushing you towards what’s lurking down every corridor than feeding you the worst ideas of what could be. – GameSpot
Your mileage may vary if you come into the game expecting another blast-em-up like Rush of Blood but, if you take The Inpatient on its own merits, it’s an intriguing peek into what the future may hold for the quality of VR titles and stands as one of the most immersive experiences I’ve had with the technology yet. – Impulsegamer



Even though Street Fighter V was in our opinion a great game, with this edition Capcom outdone it and took it to the next level. At this point Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition is the richest and most complete 2D fighter on the market. –
Street Fighter 5 Arcade Edition marks the completion of a transformation from bare-bones fighting game with a rock-solid core to a fully featured example of the genre at its best. The new V-Triggers are sure to shake up the competitive scene, while the nostalgic new modes breathe new life into the single-player fighting. – IGN
Finally Street Fighter V offers what was originally planned, being one of the most interesting games ever created. – IGN Spain



Bustling and fun, it has quickly become every Final Fantasy‘s fan (and new acquaintances) forbidden dream. Dissidia Final Fantasy is what we can call fan-service at its best. – IGN Italia
Although it’s more focused on the competitive side, it does its job and delivers a quite enjoyable experience. – Vandal
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a Final Fantasy fan’s dream, with oodles of playable characters presented across a truly beautiful variety of stages. Its fast, frantic battle system makes it easy to pick up and play, but also difficult to master once you delve into the inner workings of each hero. Unfortunately, it’s held back by a distinct lack of modes and progression options beyond a ludicrous number of cosmetic goodies. – Trusted Reviews


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Dragon Ball FighterZ is the perfect marriage of source material enriched gameplay and original presentation. Ark System Works has created a fantastic experience that a wide audience of players and passionate fans are sure to enjoy. – CGMagazine
The definitive Dragon Ball fighting game, bar none. Arc System Works have created a game which walks across many a fine line, blending style with substance and accessibility with reverence for the source material. It’s wild, it rocks my dragon and it sets a benchmark for the series that proudly enters the domain of fight game gods. – Critical Hit
Dragon Ball FighterZ is an incredible fighting game, with a rock-solid and spectacular combat-system, and the unique Dragon Ball Universe behind it. Competitive and fun, except for the not so brilliant story mode, is an absolute must-have for both the fans of the saga and the fighting game lovers. – SpazioGames


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Like your knowledge of the game’s beautiful and rich ecosystem, this knowledge accumulates naturally over time, and a game that seems intimidating at first quickly becomes one of the more rewarding gaming experiences of recent years. There is no feeling quite like taking down a dragon with nothing but a sword, your wits and sheer nerve. – Guardian
This long-standing series makes an outrageously good current-gen debut. The size and scope of the environments and the monsters in them is awe-inspiring, making Monster Hunter: World a true (lizard) king of games. – VideoGamer
This is the most audacious Monster Hunter game yet. Monster Hunter: World manages the balance between staying true to the series’ ideals and the addictive loop of combat with intimidating monsters and meaningful upgrades that fans love, while also taking a dramatic leap into a look, feel, and size that feels truly new. Its sheer depth and the commitment required is still intense, but it clearly isn’t Capcom’s aim to court a casual crowd. It’s as all-consuming and incredible a ride as ever. – IGN
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#My Personal Favorite Video Games – January 2018