The summer looks bright if you stop anticipating famous Video Games and try a few ones that have been around for weeks. Whether you prefer shooter games or just want to enjoy a fighting game against a friend, this list won’t bring any disappointment.

‘Monster Hunter Stories’

“Monster Hunter Stories” is an exciting role-playing game developed by Marvelous and published by Capcom. As a player, you befriend monsters by stealing eggs and hatching them. You may explore different environments and encounter some weird creatures on the battlefield. The best part of this video game is that its battle has an RPG turn-based combat system and during the player’s turn, both the rider and his friend can get to attack the enemies.

You can customize the companion monsters with a Transmission Ceremony option. According to Media Create and 4Gamer, “Monster Hunters Stories” has sold more than 160,603 copies from October 2016 to June 2017.

‘Metroid: Samus Returns’

“Metroid: Samus Returns” is an upcoming action-adventure game in development by Mercury Steam. Nintendo will publish the game for the Nintendo 3DS handheld game consoles.

A part of the “Metroid” game series, “Samus Returns” is scheduled to be released in the second week of September. As a player, you can take control of protagonist Samus Aran, a hunter who fights enemies within the twisted environment. You are responsible for killing hostile aliens and collecting power-ups to gain access to new areas.

The game is reported to feature Amiibo support with three figurines launching alongside it.

‘Dragon Quest XI’

Dragon Quest XI” is another game in development by Square Enix.

It will be published for Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. The game is scheduled to be released on July 27, 2017. “Dragon Quest XI” will continue the story of previous games, in which you may explore new worlds and fight against the dangerous monster. A report by Jump magazine reveals that the split styles of 3D and 2D may not be present on both screens for the entire game, but only during its opening stages.

‘Persona 5'

“Persona 5” has been around for over two months.

Atlus published this video game for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The game’s themes revolve around attaining freedom from the limitations of modern society, and the party's initial “Personas” are based on the theme of outlaws. With this system, you can improve your relationship with all other characters. Upon its release in April 2017, “Persona 5” received universal acclaim. The quality of this game is described by Tech Crunch as "aggravatingly mediocre."