It’s a new year, and New Releases is back to tell you about some of the hottest game releases every Sunday. This week kicks (and punches) off with Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition, but you can also throw down on 3DS with Kirby Battle Royale or fight together with Full Metal Furies. For a more investigative experience, you can jack into Digimon: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory, or simply zen out with InnerSpace.

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition — January 16

Available on: PS4, PC

The latest Street Fighter outing adds a much-requested Arcade Mode to the game, plus a bunch of other improvements and modes. Those who purchased the original can get all of that content in a free update. Arcade Edition also nets you all the current DLC fighters, who won’t be a part of that update.

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InnerSpace — January 16

Available on: PS4, XONE, PC, Switch

For a less violent time, InnerSpace lets you explore worlds at your own pace, flying through the air or diving into the water. You can uncover the history of the world via relics, and interact with the environment to find deeper secrets behind the scenes.

Full Metal Furies — January 17

Available on: XONE, PC

Was Rogue Legacy too hard for you? Well, the next game from the same studio is Full Metal Furies, which will let you battle monsters with your friends. You’ll want them by your side, since winning the battle requires multiple classes and strategies, but if you must play alone, you can still toggle between classes yourself to get the same effect.

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Kirby Battle Royale — January 19

Available on: 3DS

Speaking of playing with friends, Kirby’s latest adventure lets you battle each other in a variety of modes like Slam Hockey and Robo Bonkers. You can challenge others locally or online in ranked matches, all while unraveling the mean King Dedede’s plot.

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Digimon: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory — January 19

Available on: PS4, Vita

Digimon fans can also embark on a new adventure with the sequel to 2015′s Cyber Sleuth. You’ll start with your choice of 3 digital monsters, before encountering over 300 others as you track down a hacker who stole your identity. You’ll see some familiar faces from the first game too.