Every February Nintendo Direct game coming to PC

Last night, most of the gamers were aware of one of the most old and important of the industry. The Nintendo Direct brought us plenty of impressive trailers and announcements, but less exclusive than it might seem. No, we are not going to have Zelda on our platform, but many of its titles will be available on PC.

sea ​​of ​​stars

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  • Genders): Turn-based RPG
  • Release date: August 30th
  • Available in:Steam

Of the Switch non-exclusives, Sea of ​​Stars is the most anticipated. The long-awaited RPG from the creators of The Messenger has let us know its release date, which will be August 30th for fish tanks in Spanish territory. Unfortunately, the demo they have released is only available on Switch.

Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective

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  • Genders): puzzles
  • Release date: summer 2023
  • Available in: Steam (no page yet)

Trust me when I tell you that this is one of the best video games to come out on the Nintendo DS. From the creator of Ace Attorney, this is an adventure in which you play a curious ghost who must discover the mystery of his death. Have I already mentioned that your best friend in this title will be a very silly pomeranian called Missile?

Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection

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  • Genders): Turn-based RPG, dungeon crawler
  • Release date: June 1
  • Available in:Steam

The hard games from Atlus. If Persona and Shin Megami Tensei seemed challenging to you, these dungeon crawlers will put you to the test. Of course, do not despair, this collection of three titles adds difficulty modes for those who want a more accessible experience. 100% recommended if you like challenges and deep gameplay!

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Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania (Motion Twin)

Tron: Identity (Bithell Games)

We Love Katamari Reroll+ (Bandai Namco)

Omega Strikers (Odyssey Interactive)

The new Dead Cells DLC leads us to mix the successful roguelike with one of the most important retro video game franchises

Niche where they exist. A visual novel based on the Tron universe in which you will have to discover all the secrets that the digital world hides.

One of Bandai Namco’s most bizarre games returns. Roll your Katamari to make the ball bigger and turn it into a planet.

This super powered 3v3 soccer game will have you teaming up with your friends to score impressive goals.

March 6 on Steam

April on Switch, no confirmed PC date on Steam

June 2 on Steam.

April 27 on Steam

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Harmony: The Fall of Reverie (Don’t Nod)

Minecraft Legends (Mohjang)

white (Casus Ludi)

Paranormasight (Square Enix)

This narrative adventure from the creators of Life is Strange will take you to find the balance between two worlds on the verge of a great cataclysm.

Put aside the sandbox, enjoy the action and strategy and defend the surface from the Piglins commanding your own troops.

This endearing and curious cooperative adventure enters through the eyes, and may be ideal to play on Valentine’s Day.

Announced by surprise in the Japanese Direct, this horror adventure will also arrive in the West.

June 2023

April 18 on Steam and Game Pass

February 14 on Steam and Epic Games

March 9 on Steam

Apart from these titles, games that are already part of the PC lineup were also passed through the direct. Have a Nice Death came out in 2022 in Early Access, and dating its release to March 22nd; while Disney Dreamlight Valley was dedicated to showing off its April update at the conference.