Dragon Quest Heroes (PS4)
After years of low ambition, the Dragon Quest series is finally back on Playstation with a beat’em-all developed by no other than Omega Force. First DQ boasting actual technical prowess since DQVIII, Dragon Quest Heroes ressucitates heroes of the past on PS4 on a most stunning fashion. Another important thing, DQ will talk to you for the first time and the presence of renowned voice actors for this spin-off is a small revolution. And as (almost) always in this type of game, online coop’ will make it even more enjoyable.
Senran Kagura Estival Versus (PSVita/PS4)
Difficult to stay in one place given the growing hype at each new series of screenshots. It is now clear that producer Takaki intends to use as much power he can from the PS4, not simply upscale the 3D engine from Shinobi Versus. The alpha version of Estival Versus is already a lot more expressive than Shinobi Versus. Add to this several new characters, more narrative and a multiplayer mode up to 10 fighters, and you easily find out what I will do first when I set foot in Japan in April.
Hyperdimension Neptune V-II (PS4)
With great remakes and yummy spin-off we waited, but now is the time to enter the following of the canon story of Hyperdimension Neptune on PS4. That said, numerous articles in the Dengeki didn’t reveal much, except the downright kawaii goddess form of Uzume, absolute opposite of her cool behavior in human form.
Is it really necessary to further introduce Bloodborne? Everything or so has been said on this PS4 exclusive that makes the entire world shiver. This action game and its oppressing atmosphere lets us expect hours of bloody pleasure in the dark.
Metal Gear Solid V (PS4)
Ground Zeroes didn’t tell as much as I expected in terms of story. We’re therefore more or less still at the starting point today. We do know however that The Phantom Pain will be considerably larger an richer than any Metal Gear to date, which reason enough to be impatient.
Tales of Zestiria (PS3)
Can Zestiria make the revolution like Xillia did before him? There’s hoping that, but it will be difficult and I’m waiting for Zesty rather placidly, just for Edna actually.
Makai Trillion (PSVita)
Definitely my most anticipated Vita game this year. The character design is absolutely unbeatable, 3D modeling excellent, storyline wack as I like them… Screens of the UI recently surfaced in the Dengeki and let imagine a new type of gameplay mixing dating and time managment.
Final Fantasy XV (PS4)
I’m waiting for FFXV in both hope and anguish. Bad news (only Noctis playable, no female party member) cast a shadow on the impressive trailers, the gorgeous graphics and its immense-looking world. I don’t know how this will end, but it will be interesting to see how the situation evolves.
Also on my shopping list : Final Fantasy Type-0 (PS4), Great Ace Attorney (3DS), Sword Art Online Lost Song (PSVita), God Eater 2 Rage Burst (PS4), Grim Fandango (PSVita), Dead of Alive Last Round (PS4), The Division (PS4), Xenoblade Cross (WiiU), IA/VT Colourful (PSVita) and Fairy Fencer F Advent Dark Force (PS4).