Our Most Desired Games in 2021 – 15-11 – The SixthAxis

We quickly approached the top 10 most wanted games in 2021 and it seems that there was a Japanese acquisition. In today’s upcoming release cluster, there’s a spin-off and a sequel to Mish Mash, with some familiar names sandwiched between some slightly niche entries.

Here’s a handy set of links to the top 50 lists so far, in case you miss something.

15. Earth Defense Force 6

We are secretly suspicious of the authors who are responsible for EDF6 appearing high on our coveted list. Even if it looks like a Fallout 3 mod without being shy and stupid, it shows that the game really needs a heart and a giant ant.

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Since it was announced earlier this year, Earth Defense Force 6 hasn’t heard much. From early footage and screenshots, it’s safe to assume that developer Sandlot will continue to reach out to familiar players as players roaming devastated cities shoot down hordes of oversized creatures. is.

14. Persona 5 Striker

Persona 5 and its extended release Persona 5 Royal is one of the best Japanese RPGs ever made. While some consider turn-based role-playing games to be old hats, there’s no denying how easy and stylish these entries in the long-running series are.

It’s no wonder Atlas is keen to expand the world of Persona 5 and is now partnering with Omega Force. He is well known in these areas as the developer behind the Koei Warriors franchise and its myriad spin-offs and crossovers (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, etc.). Persona 5 Strikers employs fierce combat with the same action as the Joker, with up to three party characters using flashy attacks to waste hundreds of enemies.

13. Gran Turismo 7

Polyphony Digital’s groundbreaking racing series has traditionally been used to showcase parts of PlayStation hardware, and Gran Turismo 7 is no exception.

Where Gran Turismo Sport has taken us in a different direction with a focus on esports and live race schedules, Gran Turismo 7 seems to be a bit more traditional and bring us back on track. Combining 4K, HDR, 60 FPS and ray tracing with other PS5 hardware features, this sequel promises Sony to be the ultimate driving sim, hoping for ultra-fast load times and the best visuals in the world. I will.

12. Gotham Knights

Announced during the 2020 DC Fan Dome event, Batman fans have finally seen for the first time what comes after Warner Bros. and their acclaimed Batman video game series. This latest title was developed by WB Games Montreal, but emphasizes that it is not part of the Batman Arkham Universe.

Both Caped Crusader and Commissioner Gordon died in events leading up to the turmoil of the city, Gotham Knights, as gangsters and supervillains, including the elusive Court of Owls, stood up. You’ll see Robin, Nightwing, Batgirl, and Redhood team up in this comic-style action RPG to defeat this looming threat. I’m just as excited to see what it can bring to the world of Batman with an emphasis on multiplayer and role-playing mechanics, but I hope I can still sprinkle that Arkham DNA here. If you don’t like the idea of ​​being forced to work online, don’t worry. Gotham Knights can be played solo.

11. No more Hero III

Returning to popular demand, Suda 51 and Travis Touchdown are preparing for the third installment of Grasshopper’s ridiculous No More Heroes series.

Introduced exclusively for Nintendo Switch, No More Heroes III raises stakes significantly, following the previous game launched over a decade ago. The heartwarming Sleek El will see Travis once again test his skills as a trained assassin as he confronts the fighter Cabal drawn from the best of the galaxy. Expect over-the-top action that oozes with pop culture references and mania swordsmanship.

Now it’s time to slow down thiiiiings a bit. Once in the Top 10, you’ll work on each game one by one until you pick the one you absolutely want most in 2021. What is that.

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