The week of Jan. 14 brings the release of a few much anticipated video games for the first quarter of 2013. Here's a look at what the week has in store for select consoles and PC:
DMC: Devil May Cry (PS3, Xbox 360, PC) - Capcom's famed hack n' slash, beat 'em up game is back, this time set in a parallel, alternate universe to the original Devil May Cry games. Dante is back as the main character, this time undergoing a bit of a character redesign: shorter black hair, and a much longer coat. Initial reviews on DMC are quite favorable, with a 9/10 from Game Informer, 8.5 from IGN, and 84.44% overall on GameRankings. DMC is out Jan. 14.
BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition (PS3 & Xbox 360) - To get you prepared for the release of BioShock: Infinite, 2K releases on Jan. 14 Ultimate Rapture Edition, which includes BioShock, BioShock 2, all DLC and never-before-seen concept art. The game retails for $29.99
Disgaea: Hour of Darkness (PS2 Classic for PS3) - This classic tactical role-playing game by Atlus turns ten years old as of Jan. 30. You can find it on PSN Jan. 15, and its sibling Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories follows suit next week on Jan. 22.
Siren (PS2 Classic for PS3) - Known as Forbidden Siren in some parts of the world, this classic survival horror game by SCE Japan Studio, that will also be celebrating a 10 year birthday later this year, will be scaring its way onto PSN on Jan. 15.
WakeUp Club (Vita) - More an app than a game, but it comes with trophies! This freebie from PSN expands upon the Vita's alarm clock and allows you sync with other PS Vita owners for an interactive community experience for those who have their alarms set for the same wake up time. WakeUp Club is out on Jan. 15.
Wizardry Online (PC) - A free-to-play MMORPG developed and produced by Japan's Gamepot. The game is based on Sir-Tech's Wizardry computer games and features five races, four classes, and a PvP system. Said to be be 30 years in the making, the game launches stateside Jan. 16.