Games to Watch Out for This June

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It is now June. Time flies, doesn’t it?

We’re sure that game releases usually die down around this time of the year but 2018 appears to be breaking the trend; there are loads of them coming out. If you’ve got money to burn you might be wondering what games you should be keeping an eye on, and we’ve got you covered. Here are the games to watch out for this June.

Vampyr

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Release date: 5th June
Formats: PS4, Xbox One & PC

Preorder on Amazon

From the developer of Remember Me and Life is Strange, Vampyr is set to be a game for adventure fans to sink their teeth into. Watch out for our review, which will be coming soon.

ONRUSH

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Release date: 5th June
Formats: PS4 & Xbox One

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Crossing Motorstorm with Burnout while adding more of a multiplayer bent, ONRUSH is on track to be one of the best arcade racers released in years. Keep your eye out for our review.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset

Elder Scrolls Summerset

Release date: 5th June
Formats: PS4 & Xbox One

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If The Elder Scrolls Online isn’t quite big enough for you, it gets even larger this month with the arrival of the Summerset expansion. PC gamers have already sampled it for a while though.

Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn

Shaq Fu

Release date: 6th June
Formats: PS4, Xbox One, Switch & PC

Will it be better than the original game? Who knows! But we do know that Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn is out on 6th June.

MotoGP 18

Moto GP 18

Release date: 7th June
Formats: PS4, Xbox One, Switch & PC

Preorder on Amazon

Who doesn’t like having a powerful mechanical beast between their legs? Err… anyway, MotoGp 18 is out early this month and should entertain fans of the sport.

Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi

Nobunaga's Ambition Taishi

Release date: 8th June Europe, 5th June US
Formats: PS4 & PC

Nobunaga’s a handsome chap, isn’t he? The latest version of his strategy game arrives this month to challenge wannabe warlords.

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido

Sushi Striker

Release date: 8th June
Formats: Switch & 3DS

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If you like puzzles and combat, you should definitely keep your eye on Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido. We’ll have a review coming soon.

Super Bomberman R

Super Bomberman R

Release date: 14th June
Formats: PS4, Xbox One & PC

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Super Bomberman R was pretty good on Switch after being patched. It should be even better on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Mario Tennis Aces

Mario Tennis Aces

Release date: 22nd June
Formats: Switch

Preorder on Amazon

It’s a tennis game with a Mario theme. What can go wrong? We’re looking forward to this one.

Blazblue Cross Tag Battle

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle

Release date: 22nd June – PS4 & Switch, 5th June – PC
Formats: PS4, Switch & PC

Preorder on Amazon

More BlazBlue fighting game goodness. Watch out for our review of this game close to release.

New Gundam Breaker

New Gundam

Release date: 22nd June
Formats: PS4

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If you’re a fan of Gundam you’re probably excited about New Gundam Breaker. It’s available later this month.

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope

Harvest Moon

Release date: 22nd June
Formats: PS4 & Switch

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The latest in the long running Harvest Moon series arrives on PS4 & Switch this month after being available on PC for a while now. Buy it if you’ve grown tired of Stardew Valley.

The Lost Child

Lost Child

Release date: 22nd June
Formats: PS4 & Switch

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We know little about The Lost Child but its trailer has us intrigued.

The Crew 2

Crew 2

Release date: 26th June
Formats: PS4, Xbox One & PC

Preorder on Amazon

We really liked Ubisoft’s The Crew. The Crew 2 seems to be massively improved, which means that we really can’t wait to play it.

Tour de France 2018

Tour De France 18

Release date: 28th June
Formats: PS4, Xbox One & PC (as Pro Cycling Manager 2018)

Preorder on Amazon

If you’re into cycling then why not give Tour de France 2018 a go when it releases towards the end of the month?

MXGP Pro

MXGP Pro

Release date: 29th June
Formats: PS4, Xbox One & PC

Preorder on Amazon

MXGP Pro promises to push the series forward when it releases this month. We hope it does as we like getting dirty on bikes. Virtually, anyway.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

Crash Bandicoot Trilogy

Release date: 29th June
Formats: Xbox One, Switch & PC

Preorder on Amazon

PS4 fans have been enjoying it by themselves for long enough; Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy finally becomes available for those who don’t have PS4s on the 29th June.