Games to Watch Out For This June

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled

Your wallet is probably feeling a bit empty at this point.

We’re half-way through the year and already there’s been loads of amazing games that we’ve all wanted to get our hands on. The year isn’t slowing down yet, that’s for sure. Especially considering the games coming out this month.

Check out some of the biggest games to look out for this June.


Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth

If you’re craving a new Persona adventure, then this one may scratch that itch. It’s a spin-off from the main Persona series that first released in Japan last November. It’s finally hit the west, so if Megami Tensei is your bag, then maybe you should consider dusting off your Switch.

Formats: Nintendo 3DS
Release date: June 4

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Warhammer Chaosbane

It’s not quite Diablo 4, but this action RPG is about the closest we’re going to get for some time. It’s one of the more enjoyable Diablo-like games of recent years. We’ll have a review very soon.

Release date: June 4
Formats: PC, PS4 and Xbox One


MotoGP 19

Ready for some bike racing action? The next instalment of the annual MotoGP franchise is out this month. Look out for our review next week.

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

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

It feels like we’ve been waiting for this one forever, but the Kickstarted spiritual sequel to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is on its way, and we can’t wait.

Release Date: June 18
Formats: Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC

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Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled

Ready to relive the days of Crash Team Racing on PS1? The remaster is coming this month, and we’re very much looking forward to, uh, crashing as Crash.

Release Date: June 21
Format: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch

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A spinoff from Sega’s popular Yakuza Series, Judgment takes us back to Japan’s Kamurocho, but this time as a private detective. We have high hopes for this one. Look out for our review later this month.

Release Date: June 25
Formats: PlayStation 4

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Samurai Shodown

A reboot of the classic series, Samurai Shodown is a modern take on SNK’s arcade beat ’em up. We’re looking forward to kicking samurai butt with modernised visuals.

Release Date: June 25
Formats: Xbox One and PS4


The Sinking City

We love the look of this Lovecraftian-inspired game. Packing in horror, action and adventure, The Sinking City has all the ingredients for a thrilling experience.

Release Date: June 25
Formats: PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4


F1 2019

Another year, another entry to the F1 franchise. The official game of the ever-popular motorsport, F1 promises to be better than ever. If speeding around tracks in impossibly fast cars is your thing, then look no further.

Release Date: June 28
Formats: Xbox One, PlayStation, and PC

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Super Mario Maker 2

Not long to go now until you can make your own Super Mario levels on Nintendo Switch. Super Mario Maker 2 brings all the tools from the first game and packs in plenty more, including the ability to make Super Mario 3D Land-style levels. Hype.

Release Date: June 28
Formats: Nintendo Switch