This summer is looking promising due to the release of exciting new video games, whether you are a fan of first-person shooters or just want to play the latest fighting games against a friend — This month wwon’t bring any disappointment.


“Miitopia” is a role-playing video game created and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 3DS. The game has been around since 2016 and may get a sequel in coming weeks. “Miitopia” can be played as a Japanese role-playing game with life simulation elements, starting with a battle between warriors and mages.

More battles are unlocked as the game advances. The most prominent characters of the game are Mii, Amiibo, and Miitopia.

"Monster Hunter Stories"

Monster Hunter Stories” is one of the most famous role-playing games to date. It is developed by Marvelous and published by Capcom for the PlayStation 4. Unlike its predecessors, “Monster Hunter Stories” allows player take on the role of a Rider instead of a Hunter. Most prominent additions to this installment are hatching of eggs and befriending the weird monsters. You should seek the help of Amiibo figurines to win a battle against the monsters. According to Media Create, “Monster Hunter Stories” sold over 140,600 copies within thirty days of its release.

"Metroid: Samus Returns"

“Metroid: Samus Returns” is one of the most anticipated Video Games to date. This action-adventure game is being developed by MercurySteam and Nintendo, with the latter publishing it for the Nintendo 3DS consoles. “Metroid: Samus Returns” is the third installment in the “Metroid” game series and a direct sequel to the 1991 game of the same name.

It is scheduled to be launched in the second week of September. As a player, you can control protagonist Samus Aran, a bounty hunter who explores the labyrinthine environment and kills hostile aliens.

"Dragon Quest XI"

Dragon Quest XI” is yet another fantastic game you may try this season. Square Enix is developing it for Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.

The game is scheduled to be launched on July 29, 2017. “Dragon Quest XI” continues the events of previous games in the series, in which player fights against monsters of the city. The PlayStation 4 version will feature high-end graphics using the Unreal Engine 5 game engine. Square Enix recently held a press conference where it hinted at the main characters.