Top New Games Out This Month On PS4, Xbox One, And PC - December

2017 ends with new expansions and old favorites.

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The final 2017 episode of New Releases highlights some of what the rest of December brings. For Destiny 2 fans, that means the game's first expansion, Curse of Osiris. For fans of zombies and general creepiness, there's the blood-drenched Dead Rising 4: Frank's Big Package and the house-exploration adventure of Hello Neighbor. Meanwhile, LocoRoco 2 gets remastered for PS4, while Okami HD comes to the latest console generation. For a look at even more games coming before the end of the year, you can also see our full list of December release dates.

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris -- December 5

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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The sequel's first expansion sends Guardians to the Mercury to rescue Osiris himself from the Vex. A new planet means new Crucible maps, Strikes, and Raid Lairs, plus all those shiny guns and gear. The highlight is the Infinite Forest, which will be different every time you play.

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Dead Rising 4: Frank's Big Package -- December 5

Available on: PS4

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Dead Rising 4's PS4 debut includes the original game and all previously released DLC weapons and costumes. It also packs in a brand-new Capcom Heroes mode, which lets protagonist Frank West dress up as characters from Street Fighter and Mega Man while slaying the undead.

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Hello Neighbor -- December 8

Available on: Xbox One, PC

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You've just moved into a new house, and the neighbor seems to be up to no good. Cue the stealth-horror gameplay of you snooping around his house, trying not to get caught. What's in the basement, anyway?

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LocoRoco 2 Remastered -- December 9

Available on: PS4

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If you haven't played the original PSP game, you're in for a rolly-polly adventure with a bunch of bouncy blobs and great music. If you want to play the game at the prettiest it's ever looked--with 4K support on PS4 Pro--then here's your chance.

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Okami HD -- December 12

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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If you missed out on this Zelda-like adventure starring the wolf goddess Amaterasu, now's your chance to play it in the new console generation. With new platforms comes great visuals--up to 4K if you've got a PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, or PC that can handle it.

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