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The Video Games Not To Be Missed From The Beginning Of The Year (That Aren’t “Hogwarts Legacy”)

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It would be a shame to sum up the start of this video game year by a sales champ, Hogwarts Legacy: Hogwarts Legacy, a highly varying open world game based on the world of Harry Potter that has already sold over 12 million copies. Whether you’re a fan of horror, fishing, ecology, pizza, samurai, or New Caledonia, the pixel service in world Bringing you a very diverse roundup of his favorite releases from the first quarter of 2023.

“Resident Evil 4 Remake”: a facelift for the undead

The Japanese Capcom Studios, the great recyclers before Eternal, hosted us in 2019 and 2020 with their remakes. Resident Evil 2 And 3, changing the look of these games, now, it must be said, they are very old. remake of Resident Evil 4 It seemed inevitable, but the project begged questions: Was there something to freshen up in this title, so fresh when it was released in 2005 that it laid the foundations for the grammar of contemporary action games? It seems so. This new version, which takes place in Spain, makes us rediscover, as if for the first time, an exhilaration mixed with agony that we thought we knew by heart.

Available at €60 on PC, PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Series X and S.

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“Space for the Unbound”: Back to high school

Our winter eased the ten hours they spent in it Space for uninvolved. Not that this is a happy story, quite the opposite. But with its likable characters and polished dialogue, this narrative, puzzle-tinged game is like a cozy cocoon. It blends delicate portrayals of Indonesian high school students with a fantastic, dreamlike narrative, in a vein close to Japanese director Makoto Shinkai’s (your name). A pixel art adventure is as strong as teenage hearts are fragile.

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Available from €20 on PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Series X and S.

“Metroid Prime Remaster”: Get Out of the Labyrinth

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A wind of nostalgia kicked off the year with updated releases from three masterpieces from the 2000s: dead space (2009), Resident Evil 4 (2005) And Metroid Prime (2002). With the latter, Nintendo came up with a title that revolutionized the series Metroid By wearing it with 3D success. So this first-time labyrinth shooter puts us in the helmet of the formidable warrior in armor Samus Aran. It continues to dazzle with its mysterious levels, full of items to analyze, and its puzzles or frightening bosses. No old hit in sight.

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