Valentine's Day is this week and there are plenty of games on which you can sit and play with that special person. Crackdown 3 has its new multiplayer mode, Far Cry New Dawn supports co-op for the entire campaign and with Jump Force you can determine the score with fan favorite characters. Metro Exodus is the beginning of a new adventure for Artyom and his friends, and DreamWorks Dragons: Dawn of New Riders offers something for the whole family to play.

Crackdown 3 – 15 February

Available on: Xbox One, PC

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Crackdown fans have been eagerly awaiting the return of the series and the indictment is led by Commander Jaxon, played by Terry Crews. He will have to take back New Providence using a bunch of weapons, vehicles and other destructive toys. You can also level the city with friends in the new multiplayer mode Demolition Zone.

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Far Cry New Dawn – February 15

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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New Dawn takes place after the end of the nuclear apocalypse of Far Cry 5, which means that the world looks completely different from how you remember it. Yet your custom character can use human and animal companions as they freeze outposts, upgrade their home base Prosperity and make weapons, including the new Saw Launcher. It is a new dawn with some new toys.

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DreamWorks Dragons: Dawn of New Riders – February 15

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch

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It may be based on the popular DreamWorks film franchise, but this game does not have you as Hiccup and Toothless. Instead, you take the domination of Patch and his rider Scribbler, who has lost his memory. You get it back when you explore new islands and fight against bad guys.

Jump Force – February 15

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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Shonen Jump celebrates its 50th birthday and with that comes a new fighting game with the top characters of the magazine. Heroes and villains of Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto, My Hero Academia and more can all participate in intense 3-on-3 battles.

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Metro Exodus – 15 February

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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Metro Exodus is a starting point for the series – and not just because Artyom and his company are literally leaving Moscow. This entrance leans to an open world level: every stop along the track is full of missions and missions to complete, supplies to hunt and mutated monsters to fend off.

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We already have a good chunk of February, but the month still has some big games that have yet to come. Next week we'll be watching Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy and BioWare's latest adventure, Anthem.