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Looking to June and what new games are coming to sink your teeth into, here's a quick roundup of 10 of them.

First up is Arms. Essentially a boxing match with each character having spring-loaded fists attached to the end of their arms which can be manipulated to cause the most damage.

Then there's Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood with new exploration features like swimming and diving to new jobs and dungeons as well as two new raids in an all new map.

Next Machina twin-stick top-down shooter with the main objective to mow down foes as you progress through the game.

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy feature remasters of the first few games with a host of new features and gameplay in 4K resolution, look out for it at the end of June.

Dirt 4 has five locations as well as a new feature that builds a new track as you progress. It follows on the development of Dirt 3 and promises to be a lot of dusty, muddy fun for those racers out there.

Wipeout Omega Collection is also a remastered version of an early 2000's release and includes new teams, better graphics, and a few other interesting tidbits. Futuristic anti-gravity racing well worth looking out for.

Tekken 7 has been long awaited in this series. It's darker, with new mechanics and customisation options and 32 characters to choose from to fight to the death.

Ever Oasis is an action adventure RPG with fighting, exploring and a host of other encounters to keep you engaged all set in an ancient Egyptian backdrop.

Valkyria Revolution is set for American release in June. It's another RPG is full of action, war and hybrid battles in real-time action that looks like it could be enjoyable.

Last up is The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind. This nostalgic trip down memory lane for some is loaded with action and adventure, beautiful artwork and great gameplay.

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