Jan 13, 2017 05:23 AM EST
Most fans and gamers alike are pretty much filled with excitement with how this year is starting to shape up in terms of gaming. These same fans are now looking forward to the multitude of releases of both triple-A and indie games. That being said, sources have pointed out their top five best games coming this January 2017. Moreover, fans can also check out the latest top gaming PC rigs that were featured during the CES 2017, according to sources.
First up on the list of best games coming this early 2017 is "Rise and Shine," which is set to be released on both the PC and Xbox One this Jan. 13 already, Time reported. Super Mega Team, the developers responsible for the game, describes it as a true "think and gun" video game that combines elements of arcade shooters, bullet hells, and puzzle platformers.
Second on the list provided by the source of the best games arriving this 2017 is "Gravity Rush 2," which was previously reported by University Herald to have given fans a glimpse of the unique gameplay that the title has to offer. The game is being transported to Sony's flagship next-gen console PS4 and is expected to debut on the 20th of January.
Third on the list is none other than "Resident Evil 7: Biohazard," which fans have been really waiting for. Much have already been said about the game, which has already proven itself a worthy contender as one of the best games this 2017. The one thing fans are concerned about right now is that the game will be released on the 24th of January to all three platforms, such as the PS4, PC, and Xbox One.
The fourth and fifth game that joins the quintuple of best games coming this January 2017 is "Tales of Berseria" and "Yakuza 0," which will both be released on the 24th of this month. The former will be available to both the PC and PS4, while the latter will only be released exclusively for the PS4.
In other news, fans can also check out the top PC rigs featured during the CES 2017 through the list made by Gamespot. One of the most talked about gaming rigs there was Razer's Project Valerie laptop, which sported a three 17-inch 4K resolution panels that automatically extends with just a press of a button.
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