The six most anticipated games of Xbox One in January 2019

Touch to close the circle of releases with Xbox One after reviewing the games that will be released on PS4, Nintendo consoles and PC this January.

The list hardly differs from that of PS4, except for the absence of Vane (exclusive of the Sony console, at least for now) and to be replaced by that Legendary Eleven that is improving its ratings in Steam Early Access. The bombings are identical, though: Resident Evil 2 and Kingdom Hearts III.

Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

When: January 11

Where: Xbox One

Cost: $39.95

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Tales of Vesperia is one of the great exclusives that Xbox 360 gave us internationally (Europe and the United States), since the conversion of PS3 remained in Japanese territory. As it is not retrocompatible, it is for this reason that the arrival of Tales of Vesperia is seen with good eyes: Definitive Edition to Xbox One.

Onimusha: Warlords

When: January 15

Where: digital (Xbox One)

Cost: $19.99

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Thirteen years waiting for a new Onimusha in consoles and in the end Capcom has thrown for the easy with the remastering of the first Onimusha: Warlords of 2001, exclusive at that time of PS2, Xbox and PC. The only striking thing about this update is its list of achievements, only suitable for the most expert with the katana.

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

When: January 18

Where: Xbox One

Cost: $64.90

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After five years of rest, one of the most legendary aviation sagas of PlayStation returns. Emerged in 1995 by Namco and for the first Sony console, he stepped on an Xbox machine after Ace Combat: Assault Horizon 2011 through Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. The evolution is noticeable, as is logical.

Life is Strange 2 – Ep. 2: Rules

When: January 24

Where: DLC (Xbox One)

Cost: $39.99 (full season)

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The initial journey of Life is Strange 2 was very hard, but at the same time full of hope. And his second episode paints the most promising for the return of Captain Spirit, that prequel as a spin-off that left us with honey on the lips.

Resident Evil 2

When: January 25

Where: Xbox One

Cost: $54.90

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The remake of the mythical Resident Evil 2 of 1998 is, by far, one of the most demanded in this industry and finally we are less than a month to taste it. The one that for many is the best Resident Evil wants to leave in diapers what we feel with the superb remake of the first Resident Evil in GameCube.

Kingdom Hearts III

When: January 29

Where: Xbox One

Cost: $64.90

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Kingdom Hearts III is another great one of all 2019. The great final adventure of Sora and company within the Disney universe. If you need some delivery to complete, you can catch up in 10 minutes and get into this one beastly, essential in Xbox One when debuting for the first time in a Microsoft console.

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