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Top New Games Out On Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Month -- January 2019

The long-anticipated Kingdom Hearts 3 finally drops, and you don't wanna miss the Resident Evil 2 remake.

New Releases is back from the grave--and I'm not just saying that because the Resident Evil 2 remake is featured this week. It's a new year, and although most of January has already come and gone, there are still some big games on the horizon. There's a little game called Kingdom Hearts 3 dropping soon, along with the PC version of Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. This episode also looks back at games that have already launched this month, like New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe and Travis Strikes Back: No More Heroes.

Kingdom Hearts III -- January 29

Available on: PS4, Xbox One

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It's hard to fit everything notable about Kingdom Hearts 3 into one excerpt, but here goes. Sora and company are exploring never-before-seen Disney stages inspired by Frozen, Toy Story, Big Hero 6, and more. He's got unique weapon transformations for each level, plus special attacks based on Disney World attractions. Kingdom Hearts 3 also has the unenviable task of wrapping up nearly 20 years of lore. This is a biggie.

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New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe -- Out Now

Available on: Switch

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If you missed out on the original Wii U release, here's your chance to play a recent Mario platformer with a second, full game thrown in: New Super Luigi U is included here. Nabbit and Toadette are playable too, and the latter can transform into a new character, Peachette.

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes -- Out Now

Available on: Switch

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Mario and Luigi aren't the only ones returning to Nintendo Switch. Travis Touchdown is literally back in the game--because he gets sucked into the video game world. Travis Strikes Again features several "games" for Travis to complete in order to escape, and you'll run into some familiar indie game faces along the way.

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Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown -- Out Now (PS4/Xbox One) / February 1 (PC)

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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The latest in the high-flying series sports the same top-quality dogfighting you've come to expect, and for the first time in the series, you can pilot your planes in virtual reality with PlayStation VR. You can also take off with a co-pilot via local two-player splitscreen.

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Resident Evil 2 -- Out Now

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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This is a complete overhaul of Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield's late-90s adventure, with a new camera perspective that frames the game more like Resident Evil 4. Tofu and 4th Survivor modes are also back, giving you another chance to experience the adventure from a new perspective. The remake also offers sweet 4K/60 FPS support for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.

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New Releases is back, and we're already moving into a new month. Next week, the show will take a look at big upcoming games for February, including Crackdown 3, Metro Exodus, and Anthem.

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