PlayStation Access editors take a closer look at the titles debuting this week on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. Many gamers waiting for promising items such as Dead Space Remake or Hogwarts Legacy have yet to be patient, while enthusiasts of Japanese offerings should not complain.
During 2023 we will see many premieres and the return of well-known brands. Supporters of the One Piece series will head to the game in January and get a glimpse of the results of the ILCA studio’s work, which has introduced several changes in the latest installment.
The One Piece Odyssey is one of this week’s releases deserving of our attention. But before you get into the new adventure of pirate Monkey D.
Luffy for good, be sure to check out the demo version, which will give you access to the beginning of the story.
However, that’s not the end of the news from Japan, for as we announced in September, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will get a free update allowing PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S owners to check out the item sprinkled with improved graphics. A patch will be released on January 13.
Also on the list of new additions are a dark adventure game (Children of Silentown) and a brawler set (Breakers Collection).
The package includes Breakers and Breakers Revenge, the productions that were developed by Japan’s Visco Corporation. The first installment debuted in 1996, while the sequel was on the market two years later.