Hey everyone, welcome to the first video game round up of 2016.
I'm Jeff Bakalar and I'm here with February's games that you absolutely need to have your eyes on.
Lets kick things up with gravity rush remastered.
An HD remake of the quirky PS Vita game that debuted a few years ago.
If you didn't play this on Vita, and odds are you didn't, it's definitely worth checking out, especially since it's half the price of a regular game.
Turn-based fans are freaking out for XCOM 2, the sequel to the amazing 2012 effort.
Well, reviews are already in and X Com 2 delivers.
This one though is only available on PC.
Indie studio Campo Santo is set to release the highly anticipated Firewatch on February ninth.
It's a first person adventure game that tells the story of a volunteer fire lookout.
In the aftermath of the infamous Yellowstone fires of 1988.
Another indie title worth playing in February is the horror thriller, Layers of Fear.
It's been on Steam Early Access for a few months now but I absolutely loved my play through with it.
You take on the role of an artist slowly descending into madness.
There is a few who will get a final PC release on February 16th along with XBOX One and PS4 versions as well.
The next Street Fighter game is almost here and it's only available on the PC and PS4.
Street Fighter V introduces a new v-gauge meter that lets players pull off abilities and more.
Finally, Far Cry Primal will be hitting consoles on February 23rd and pc a bit later.
Instead of taking over a military regime, players in Primal will need to survive the Stone Age and its wild inhabitants and tribes.
So that does it for February.
What is on your list?
Make sure you tell me on Twitter.
And I'll see you back here next month for March's game.
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