24 Upcoming Adventure Games of 2018 | PC,PS4,Switch,XB1

24 Adventure Games are set to release this
2018 on the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS Vita and the Nintendo Switch. Let’s check them out right now! Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly A new Otome is heading for the PlayStation
Vita this April. Announced last year, it’s about time for Otomate’s
visual novel to arrive in the west with Aksys Games heading its localization. Play as the lovely Beniyuri and watch her
match wits with the game’s collection of lovely characters. Putting the visual in visual novels, it’s
set to release on the PS Vita on April 27th. Forgotton Anne Stepping into the realm of magic realism,
ThroughLine Games’ hand-animated adventure game is set in a world where objects have
taken sentience. Decode the secrets that led to this strange
phenomenon as you yourself take on the perilous journey towards home. Despite being set in a 2D environment, the
game has no shortage of style and depth. A charming fantasy backed by grand orchestral
tracks, it’s set to release on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One on May 15th 7’scarlet Set in a strange town, follow a young girl
as she finds her missing brother. But that’s not entirely it, as an Otome
game, seek the help of multiple Alpha males with varied personalities. Talk about mysteries, the supernatural and
so much more as you get one step closer to finding your brother. Uncover its multiple endings, and lead a normal
life in this mystical town. Coming to the PS Vita on May 25th Lantern Become the guiding wind to a lowly lantern
in this atmospheric indie adventure. Light the way of love as you pass through
each village, painting the monochrome landscapes with the spark of color. Reverse the sadness of the princess, and bring
happiness and love to the whole kingdom. A relaxing title whether on VR or out, it’s
set to release on the PS4 and Xbox One this June Psychedelica of The Ashen Hawk Just one of two otome games coming out this
year from the Psychedelica series. While it boasts the same Yuiga Satoru-developed
artstyle, the stories don’t seem to be connected. Take on the life of heroine Jed in her life
that’s spent under the cover of manliness. Help her through the many interactions, and
find your own best boy canon. It’s coming to the Vita on June 29th. Anamorphine As surreal as Anamorphine’s world is, it no
doubt brings real issues to the forefront. Tackling themes of mental health, depression,
and loss in its story-rich settings, play as the young Tyler in an emotional battle
with his wife’s death. Take a tour through the dark, dream-like recesses
of his mind, and help him in his journey towards moving on. Coming this second quarter on the PC and PS4. Eden Tomorrow It’s about time for a VR survival experience. Coming from the capable hands of German developer
Soulpix, put yourself into a primeval world of tomorrow. Take control of man, drone, or canine companion,
and roam around the Dinosaur-laden deserts. By the looks of its trailer, it’s something
VR fans should look forward to. Survive until tomorrow…or get Eden! It’s set to release on the PS4 this second
quarter. Echo Tokyo: Phoenix Looks like it’s a hell of a year for visual
novels. Dharker Studio places their bets with their
crowd-funded anime adventure starring fiery female protoganist. Dive into a world of tokyo cyberpunk and try
to survive the dark twists that lay in the life of a fixer. Uncover hidden truths, and become immerse
in its exciting narrative arc. Set to release on the PC this second quarter. Lust for Darkness Get a taste for psychological horror as PlayWay’s
adventure game signs you into the cult of Darkness. Journey through the borders of two worlds,
and discover a world seeped in the erotic occult. Needless to say, this is not a game for kids. Roam around an old Victorian mansion, and
unravel a story inspired by the Lovecraft mythos. Sexy, dark, and endlessly haunting, it’s set
to release on the PC this second quarter. 428: Shibuya Scramble From saturnine sexiness to the realm of weird. A visual novel adventure headed by Spike Chunsoft,
it’s altogether more familiar for fans of their last titles. Take on the shoes of detective, virus expert,
or weirdo in a catsuit and follow each of them on their way to solve a mysterious case. Try to make the best decisions in each scenario
and try to find each of their 85 endings. It’s set to release midyear on the PC and
PS4. Transference For anyone who loved Swiss Army Man, you’ll
be glad to know there’s got another dose of trippy coming for you….wait, scratch that. Wrong guy. Headed by the unmistakeable Elijah Wood, go
on a one way ticket to the land of weird in this cinematic psychological that skirts the
borders of game and mobile. Enter the “home of the mind” and hope you
find a way out. Set to release on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One
this Spring. Conarium Lovecraft’s getting more loving with this
suspense-filled adventure from Zoetrope Interactive. In it, chilling takes on a new meanning. Follow the story of 4 scientists as they try
their best to climb back up the spiral of madness in the depths of Antarctica. A wintry version of Lovecraft’s Mountains
of Madness, it’s set to release on the PS4 and Xbox One sometime this year. Jenny LeClue Put on your detective hats and get solvin’
in this adorable, handcrafted adventure mystery. Carrying the old-timey looks within its sleek
artstyle, Jenny LeClue is a perfect tribute to the classic mysteries. As much as it’s about riddles, your choices
will also matter. On a quest to redeem your mother’s name, don’t
leave any stone unturned in their snoopfest of a rich and interactive world. Coming to the PC and PS4 in 2018. The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series
– The Final Season Telltale’s version of Robert Kirkman’s zombie
comicbook is coming to a close with the upcoming release of their final chapter. Time to reunite with all your favorite post-apocalypse
survivors, and find out what the future has in store for them this season. While it was a thrill to watch their highlights
and tragedies unfold, it will be satisfying to see how it all ties up. Coming to the PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2018. The Wolf Among Us: A Telltale Games Series
– Season 2 They took their time, but after three years
and a barrage of requests, Telltale has finally decided to bring us a second season of Bigby
Wolf’s adventures. Navigate through his semi-charmed life, and
make more of those tough but necessary decisions. With Telltale’s current streak though, some
are more worried than excited. We’ll have to wait and see. It’s set to release this year on the PC, PS4,
and Xbox One. White Day 2: Swan Song This follow up to the 2016 game offers the
same spine-tingling chills like before. Apparently, details are scarce since their
website is entirely Korean. What we know so far is that it completely
changes the way we see White Day and it will offer a nightmare-inducing horror experience. Playable with and without a VR headset, it’s
set to release on the PS4 sometime this 2018. Dome City An exploration of Martian that’s different
from your usual city-building escapades. Take in the sights of the red planet in adventure
that literally leaves you lost in space. With your choices and its immersive branching
storylines, it puts in the place of stranded astronauts who must choose between escape
and survival. Beautiful and with a multiplayer to boot,
it’s coming to the PC, PS4, and Xbox One sometime this year. Steins;Gate Elite The newest entry fromm 5pb’s critically
acclaimed visual novel series. For the first time ever, this is a fully animated
adventure as they use most of its footage from the anime adaptation. Every sweet minute of their beloved time-bending
anime is captured exactly for this game. Explore previously undiscovered routes with
your pals Rintaro, Kurisu, and Mayuri once it releases on the PC, PS4, Vita, and Switch
this year. Those Who Remain The night is its own kind of hell, especially
if you’re in cursed town like Dormont. Find your way to the light in this psychological
horror where darkness isn’t just enveloping–it also consumes. But other than the imminent void, Those Who
Remain also tackles with heavy issules like bullying, infidelity, and suicide. Make those tough decisions, and whatever you
do, stay in the light. Coming to the PC, PS4, Xbox One and the Switch
sometime this year. Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition A realist adventure game with a touch of magic. Set beneath the caves of Kentucky, follow
a man lost inside fantasy world with giant eagles, robot musicians, and so much more. It’s a title that packs a whole lot of potential
with its stylish visuals and eerie atmosphere. Set to release this year on the Switch. Shinobi Refle: Senran Kagura Before you Switch fans get excited, this game
is unfortunately a Japan-only release. Shinobi Refle isn’t a lot different from your
usual Senran Kagura title–except this time, you finally get a bit more handsy with your
waifu. Meet the lovely Asuka and use your healing
hands to heal and massage her hands, legs, and arms. Now you know why Takaki’s a little reluctant
about pitching it to Nintendo America. Coming to the Japan switch consoles in 2018. Moons of Madness
And before you know it, we have Lovecraft ON MARS. Despite being an outerspace adventure, it’s
actually more rooted in human themes than you think. Dealing with mental health issues in the coldness
of space, Moons of Madness dares you to conquer your demons as the astronaut Shane Newart. Fight through the bouts of hallucinations
and solve the supernatural phenomena in the derelict space station. Coming this 2018 to the PC, PS4, and Xbox
One. Unknown Fate Come face to face with that which is unknown
in Marslit Games’ story driven fantasy. Played in the first-person perspective, you’ll
get to see a gorgeous world come alive before your eyes. It’s a game that promises a surreal experience
through the eyes of a man lost in a strange universe. Will you find your way home? It’s set to release on the PC this year, with
PS4 and Xbox One dates to follow. Shape of the World One of the most hypnotic and beautiful walking
simulators yet, watch an ethereal unfold with each careful step. It lets you experience the joys of getting
lost, growing on and with you as you progress through its stunning environments. A great example of a digital adventure that
meshes simplicity with grandeur. It’s set to release on the PC, PS4, Xbox One
this year, with a Switch release to follow.


  • Sir Galahad

    #whatoplay 25 Best Survival Horror PS4 PSVR Games

  • TheBrawler

    No comments so far huh, anyways, great list!

  • jason day

    Will they make a New Ratchet and Clank game???

  • Ray Bacz

    is that Mariya Takeuchi on the thumbnail?? ;p

  • belldandyg

    Damn, how many Visual novels was there…. Visual novels year 2018?

  • GaigeTheMechromancer1

    Are visual novel good games? ; i

  • Masterluciano_ Miaxoxo

    I am wondering cod on switch because I used to play cod 4 modern warfare and modern warfare 2 on ds

  • Masterluciano_ Miaxoxo

    I am wondering tekken on switch it would be awesome

  • James Keith Tampus

    Can I do a "fingering" on Senran Kagura?

  • ShotGunPill

    The wolf among us season 2 it's the only important game here

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  • Emroze

    you should make dedicated video for pc games only. and another video for games of other platforms

  • Survivoreborn

    So many good games. But where’s the last of us part II?


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