24 Upcoming Games of March 2017 | Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC & 3DS
24 titles are scheduled to release this March on the Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4,and the 3DS. Here they are arranged by release dates. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This is a game that needs no introduction. We’ve been clamoring over it for more than a year now… it’s finally coming! Link’s new quests is poised to take on the modern gaming world. This is, definitely, the most anticipated Nintendo game this time of the year. It’s a Nintendo Switch launch title coming this March 3 alongside the console. 1-2 Switch. It’s hard to call this a full-fledged game. It looks more like a tech demo aimed to showcase all the capabilities of the new Nintendo Joy-Con controller. It’s one of the titles that put a damper on the launch reveal. Anyhow, it comes with different mini-games. There’s the wild-west style duel, table tennis, uhhhh… cow-milking, and a whole lot more. This is another Switch launch title coming this March 3. Skylanders: Imaginators. The gift of imagination is what compels Portal Masters to create this franchise’s inception.
Imaginators brings you a whole new experience to you or your kids in a quest of magical possibilities. Create your own Skylander and explore its gorgeous world filled with a good story, memorable characters, a sensei mode, and of course, you can always hit up your Skylander toys with the Nintendo Switch’s digital library. It’s also Switch’s launch title coming this March 3. Super Bomberman R. Remember bomberman? We do! This is a re-imagining of the classic. It’s not just a simple remake, it also tries to reinvent the worn-out, and honestly, a little outdated game mechanics. Super Bomberman R introduces literally a new dimension to gameplay and strategy with 3D, dynamic maps. A risky game… remember Basement Crawl?. It’s coming to the Nintendo Switch this March 3. World of Goo. This pioneering indie classic is a welcome addition to the list of Switch launch titles. World of Goo is an award-winning physics puzzle game released on the PC in 2008.
Construct simple and complex structures to finish each level and move on to the next. It’s one of the best puzzlers released in the last 10 years and it’s coming to the Nintendo Switch this March 3. Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+. To those familiar with the game, this is not just the DLC. It’s the main game plus all the DLC. To the uninitiated, this is an rpg-shooter set in a rouge-like underworld. Isaac escapes his mother’s pious quest to sacrifice him… He escapes in a basement full of crazy enemies, lost siblings and a lot more fun and ugly surprises.
It’s another Switch title coming this March 3. Human Resource Machine. From the designers of Little Inferno and World of Goo comes a game so unlikely to beat the common workplace. Help your boss as you automate your office that acts like a computer. Open your inbox, jump into files or just bash your head out with the game’s clever puzzle designs. It’s a Switch launch title set to release this March 3rd. Just Dance 2017. Ubisoft’s dancing wonder makes a leap towards the Nintendo Switch.
As per usual, the game’s mechanics remain the same: Dance according to the beat of the tune and the moves provided. Play with up to 4 of your friends and strut those snazzy moves to the beats of Justin Bieber, Beyonce, Selena Gomez and more! It’s set to release this March 3rd. Little Inferno. It’s another indie puzzle hit released on the PC, Wii U and mobile platforms.
This may just be the perfect game for the Nintendo Switch on the go. It’s easy to get started and offer enough challenge for that quick commute to work… and there’s one surprising twist at the end. Don’t worry no spoilers This adorable and refreshing game will be released on the Nintendo Switch in March 3. I Am Setsuna. JRPG fans will be delighted to know that this game has found its way to the Switch. Inspired by the legendary classics like Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy, I Am Setsuna borrows the same amount of atmosphere and gameplay from them. Take control of a young princess destined to make a choice and save her land. It’s a beautiful experience that contains the best elements of a good JRPG. It’s set to release this March 3rd as a Switch launch title. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands. It’s almost here! The drug cartel-infested lands of Bolivia is in for a shakedown as U.S. Elite Forces go behind enemy lines to sabotage, fracture and destroy the infamous Santa Blanca cartel.
This open world shooter promises a whole new Ghost Recon experience. We’ve all seen the gameplay teasers. and it’s definitely one to look forward to. Wildlands will be released in March 7 on the PC, PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. Star Trek: Bridge Crew. Follow some of the iconic members of the Star Trek universe in Ubisoft’s take on Virtual Reality What we do know is that this game will let you experience the depth of commandeering the heart of a starship. Engage in battles, work with your friends and determine the fate of your crew. This game is set to release this March 14th on the PC and PS4. Styx: Shards of Darkness. The sequel to the cult-classic Master of Shadows, take a new form of stealth gameplay powered by the Unreal Engine 4. Engage in bloody assassinations, grab that juicy kill and experiment lethality with you or with your friends in this stealth-adventure game.
Lurk in the shadows and be careful not to mess it up! It’s set to release this 14th of March on the PC, Xbox One and PS4. Danganronpa Reload. This murder-mystery adventure makes its way to the PS4 with improved graphical quality and new modes to spend more time with your characters and date them. Take on the life of a regular person by day, and a mystery-solver by night. Use the game’s intricate narrative and set yourself in its world because this game contains both Danganronpa games! It’s set to release this 14th of March on the PS4.
Mass Effect: Andromeda. The voyage to space makes a fitting return into BioWare’s latest entry of their legendary Space-Opera. Set years after the Reaper Invasion, humanity is at a standstill. Be Pathfinder and find habitable worlds for the human race to flourish. Experience its enhanced over the shoulder gunplay and explore the vastness of the Andromeda Galaxy This game is set to release this March 21st on the PC, Xbox One and PS4. Troll and I Embark on a mythical adventure across its Nordic landscapes as you control two lovable outcasts in their quest to escape a dangerous threat.
Use Otto and the Troll as you switch between these two unique character with there different playstyles. The game is similar to The Last Guardian, but let’s just pretend it’s not like that. It’s set to release this March 21st on the PC, Xbox One and PS4. Zero Escape: The Nonary Games. Experience visual novel games in Spike Chunsoft’s mastercrafted series. Take control of 9 helpless characters in their effort to survive a conondrum led by a sociopath named Zero.
This game contains the two nonary games packed with deeper mysteries and crazy puzzles. These escape-the-room type of games come with both Japanese and English dubs. Can you make it to the end? It’s set to release this March 24 on the PC. Mario Sports Superstars. Mario makes an athletic comeback as it adds another entry to the 3DS. This time, play sports with the characters from the Mario universe and play with up to 6 of your friends. Shoot through hoops, kick and smash balls. Wait, did I say that right? Anyway, this game is Amiibo supported, of course. It’s set to release this 24th of March on the 3DS! Dark Souls III: The Ringed City (DLC). Return to FromSoftware’s legendary world of ugly monsters and gothic atmosphere in this final DLC of Dark Souls III. This time, the game introduces new characters as your character will pursue the Slave Knight Gael Gameplay is similar as before but with new weapons, armor and magic. Test your strength and survive in its hellish ring city. It’s set to release this 27th of March on the PC, Xbox One and PS4.
Strafe. Return to the retro-style first person shooter with this 1996 classic that still reeks with the entrails of your destroyed enemies. This roguelike game features photorealistic graphics and intense gore because why not?! Dominate the playing field with your powerful weapons in a fast-paced shooting experience. It’s hardcore as hell. It’s set to release this 28th of March on the PC and PS4. Has-Been Heroes. A game with a ridiculous premise but it’s worth the effort. Take control of former legendary heroes that saved the land from vicious threats like defeating rats, evil magicians and dragons.
But this time, they return in a quest to… escort the Princess to School. Engage in fun strategic battles, face countless monsters and take roguelike to a whole new level. It’s set to release this March 28 on the Switch, PC, Xbox One and PS4. Snipperclips – Cut it out, together! Nintendo never disappoints with the amount of creative games they have. Use your imagination and create characters to solve the game’s various puzzle challenges.
Team up with a friend and run around with scissors because you’ll gladly need it. It’s a colorful paper-filled experience and it supports up to 4 of your friends. It’s set to release sometime this March on the Nintendo Switch. South Park: The Fractured But Whole. The boys of South Park, Colorado are back in a brand new adventure that tests the strength of friendship. Be the new kid and be in the center of a growing war between Superhero Movie Franchises. Follow Cartman, Kenny, Kyle and the rest of the South Park universe in an RPG experience that bends space and time, as well as farts.
No release date yet but the game is schedule to release in the first quarter of 2017 on the PC, Xbox One and PS4. Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass (DLC) Bring birth to a whole new nation as the French Army joins the fight. This DLC packs a massive punch including a new game mode called Frontier, new weapons, tanks and 4 super-sized maps! It’s a great addition to the already-popular shooter and it’s set to release sometime this March on the PC, Xbox One and PS4. Routine. This survival horror game ends our list of upcoming March 2017 games. Explore an abandoned Moon-station dripping with solitary dread and the unknown. What lies beyond this creepy station? What happened here? This sci-fi experience has something to tell you once you play the game. It’s set to release sometime this March 2017 on the PC. When these upcoming games are released and reviewed, they will receive a PlayScore, a standard rating that averages gamer reviews and critic reviews. So don’t forget to watch our PlayScore Monthly videos.
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