Next month will see the release of quite a few big games to tempt players to spend their hard earned money. Deep Silver's "Agents of Mayhem," Ninja Theory's "Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice" and Telltale's "Batman: The Enemy Within" have all gotten a considerable amount of press, and will most likely be worth a try. However, there are quite a few other games being released in August that might be worth considering.

This list will focus on Japanese games coming to PC in August. Some of these have already been released on other consoles, but it will be their first venture into the master race.

'The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel' available on PC on August 2

JRPG fans will definitely know this one, but for those who might not have a PS3 this could be a bit of an unknown quantity. "The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel" plays like a more typical version of "Persona," with a heavy focus on building relationships with your class mates. Instead of going for a supernatural storyline, "The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel" is set in a military landscape on the brink of war. The player follows a group of students, as they undergo training at an academy and eventually get pulled into dangerous missions.

Although "The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel" can be rather slow moving, there is an insane amount of content here.

The entire experience can easily last over 60 hours, and the turn based combat system adds enough new elements to the familiar ones to remain interesting throughout most of the runtime. The characters are well developed, if a bit cliche, and do successfully feel like a group of friends who are learning to trust one another.

'One Piece Unlimited World Red' Coming to PC, PS4, and Switch

"One Piece Unlimited World Red" is getting an upgrade and blasted into the current generation, after originally being released for the PS3 and PS Vita. Fans of the "One Piece: Pirate Warriors" series might be tempted by this new release, although it should be noted that this is a completely different beast.

This is more akin to a beat em up rather than a large scale hack and slash title, with a smaller cast of playable characters, and a brand new story. The slower gameplay might take some getting used to, but the moves themselves are animated fantastically, and the port does seem to have a pretty impressive graphically update.

'Warriors All-Stars' Bring Koei's Hack and Slash Mayhem to PC and PS4

When it comes to "Dynasty Warriors" games, there is no middle ground: you either love them or hate them. "Warriors All-Stars" will be more of the same, but it does incorporate characters from 13 different Koei franchises including "Ninja Gaiden," "Nioh" and "Dead or Alive." In some ways, it is similar to "Warriors Orochi," although the gameplay seems to be more in-line with the latest "Dynasty Warriors" game.

The original story, which will feature three new playable characters with their own campaign, has the players attempting to restore the magical power source for a dying kingdom.

As always, we will have to see how good the PC port is, for "Warriors All-Stars". To put it lightly, Koei does not fill us with confidence.