I'm Jeff Bakalar, and if you're like me, you're freaking out because there haven't been any good games to play in a few weeks.
Well, don't worry because February has a few titles you should definitely have on your radar.
Let's get started.
So, officially this isn't a February release, but I'm doing whatever I want today.
Dying Light is the latest Open World zombie game from Techland.
Those are the people who made Dead Island, and then if you recall the God awful follow up the Dead Island Riptide, but Dying Light is fun at times.
It's also kinda clunky and doesn't really introduce anything new to that already played out genre, so kinda on the fence about that one.
Episode two of Telltale's Game of Thrones Season One hits February 4th.
That game is starting to heat up, so make sure you check that out.
If you're a Left For Dead fan, you're gonna wanna circle February 10th on your calendar.
That's when Evolve will hit.
Next generation consoles and the PC.
Players can play on or offline and team up to take down gigantic monsters that grow larger as the rounds progress.
3DS owners should also take note of February 13th.
That sees the release of two major titles for the handheld platform.
There's Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D, which is a reboot of the classic title.
And then Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate are finally giving players a reason to dust off their portables.
Mine is covered in cobwebs.
On February 20th, developer Ready at Dawn will deliver a PS4 exclusive, this is much needed for the PS4.
The Order: 1886 is a team punk styled Victorian third person shooter.
It looks gorgeous and has an unbelievable atmosphere.
I've actually already played an hour of the game.
And I cannot wait to finish the rest of it.
And finally on February the 24th.
Resident Evil Revelations 2 will kick off its episodic game delivery with episode one of the Survival Horror season.
Now, of course these aren't all of the games that are hitting in February, so be sure to comment with your most anticipated game of the month, and reach out to me on Twitter to keep the conversation going.
That's it for me right now, I've got games to play, we'll see you next month.