The summer of 2021 is a few weeks away, and there is a lot of buzz about what will be released in that period. Gamers are once again eagerly awaiting the upcoming crop of titles. There are some big names releasing this summer, and we’re keeping track of them all. We have a lot of updates on upcoming games, and we’re here to give you the latest information on what’s out, what’s delayed, and what’s coming soon.

The following is a list of games that have been confirmed to be releasing in Summer 2021.

  1. Knockout City

The latest round of updates in the popular boxing game Knockout City has finally given us some insight into what the mysterious “G-Force Mode” will entail. Honestly, we’re not sure if we’re excited or horrified. In G-Force Mode, players will have to strategize their moves to get the best outcome. Instead of just tapping the screen to punch or dodge, users will have to hold down their finger to power up their punches and then release to throw. This allows for more precise control of your fighter, but it also creates an interesting challenge. Because holding down your finger for too long will tire you out and slow you down.

  1. Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart

The Ratchet and Clank series is still running for many years now. Each new installment comes to a new twist. With Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, the team at Insomniac Games went back to the roots of the series, taking elements from the first three Ratchet and Clank games to create something truly memorable experience.

According to the development team, their upcoming game, Ratchet, and Clank: Rift Apart, will not be some sort of sequel or spin-off to the previous game, Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus. Instead, it will be a standalone title that stands on its own and will feature a completely new story and character. (We’re not too worried about the missing “Part” in the title, though.) The game will begin with Ratchet in prison, facing the toughest challenge of his life. With the help of his old friend Clank, he must break out and discover the meaning behind his imprisonment.

  1. Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade

Since Square Enix announced that they would be remaking the original Final Fantasy 7, many fans of the game have been wondering exactly what changes will be made to the game. While everyone is expecting a graphical update, many forget that the game was released in 1997, and so many aspects of the game were time period-specific. (It was released the same year as the Nintendo 64, after all.) While Square Enix has been very tight-lipped, there is a lot of speculation about what they will do with the remake.

  1. Mario Golf Super Rush

Mario Golf Super Rush is a new Mario Golf game released recently on the Nintendo 3DS. It is the first installment in the Mario Golf series since 2007’s Mario Golf: World Tour on the Nintendo 3DS, and the first Mario Golf game to be released on a Nintendo handheld since Mario Golf: Advance Tour on the Game Boy Advance in 2004. Mario Golf Super Rush is the first Mario Golf game released for the Nintendo 3DS, and it introduces a lot of new features.

The original Mario Golf for the Nintendo 64 was a very good golf game and remained a favorite for fans of the Nintendo 64. The game was very well received, and the game’s success led to the release of many more Mario Golf games, such as Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour and Mario Golf: World Tour. In the latest game, Mario Golf: Super Rush, you will be able to play Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Bowser, Donkey Kong, and Wario. The game is the first game to feature Donkey Kong. You will be able to play in a variety of courses with the ability to play online with players from across the globe. You can play head to head in a tournament against up to 4 players or go against the computer


That’s it! Some of the new games will be released this upcoming summer.


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