Gamers appear to be in for a treat as March 2017 video game releases will overtake the market. This might be a tempting announcement as players are only just entering the third month of the year. However, it seems the industry is always ready to provide them with a constant stream of entertainment.
If previous conventions are any indication, the March 2017 video game releases contain a broad range of titles. The titles below are from a variety of genres, each to fit a particular gamer’s taste. They are proof that the industry is ever so expanding in the realm of meeting the demands of their demographic.
However, if this list is any indication, then the March 2017 video game releases may very well point to the bright future of the industry. After all, March is also the arrival date of Nintendo’s newest console, to be expanded below. Players are reminded that this list is not comprehensive, and some titles below still do not have concrete release dataes.
March 2017 Video Game Releases
Lego Worlds is Minecraft meets Lego in video games. The esteemed game will arrive on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on March 7. Players will be able to play with childhood Lego blocks and form a wide variety of gadgets and landscapes.
Danganronpa 1 & 2 Reload arrives on the PlayStation 4 on March 14. The franchise has garnered critical acclaim for its intriguing storyline. Players can now witness for themselves why the murder mystery series has been such a hit for its fans.
Mario Sports Superstars will arrive on the Nintendo 3DS on March 21. This is a hilarious take on the sports side of the Mario franchise. The game has a lot of sports-related video games, and marks the first arrival of horse racing into the game.
Throwback fans may enjoy Strafe for the MacOS, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Linux. It will arrive on the platforms this March 28, and is a remastered version of the hit classic. Fans of space shooters will take a liking to the 1998 game.
More March Releases
However, fans may also be delighted to hear that March will arrive with quite the big games as well. Gamers may look at Polygon’s entry on the releases to know more about the titles. Regardless, fans ought to get ready as these games are finally arriving in platforms after years of waiting.
Square Enix’s Nier Automata arrives on March 7 for the PlayStation 4. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic world where robots and humans are in conflict. A female combat android named 2B is joined by a masculine 9S as they journey around Earth.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands will arrive on the PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One also on March 7. It is the latest in Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon line of military tactical shooters. The game is set in a huge open world, where players take down a group of drug cartels using a variety of gadgets.
Mass Effect Andromeda makes its way to the PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One this March 21. The game takes players far away from the series’ typical Milky Way setting. This time, players are Pathfinders struggling to find a home for humans in the Andromeda galaxy.
Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City will introduce a new set of characters and updates to the PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One on March 28. Players will now pursue the Slave Knight Gael in an entirely new area called the Ringed City. The title may very well be the last one in the Dark Souls series.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 Remix for the PlayStation 4 will arrive on March 28. This is a compilation of six remastered titles for the consoles, perfect for fans wanting a refresh before the arrival of Kingdom Hearts 3. The games will explore the history of the Keyblade wielders, and the impending future of the franchise.
MLB The Show 17 for the PlayStation 4 arrives on March 28. The hit baseball league simulator will have a slate of new updates, courtesy of SIE San Diego. It praises faster throwing animations, improved visuals and smarter bots.
Nintendo fans are very well aware that the company’s newest hybrid console-handheld is coming to the market. The device will be able to let players access their games on a big screen and as a portable gaming rig. Gamers are excited about Nintendo’s new foray into console gaming as the device also has the support for a lot of third-party developers.
Interestingly, the Switch is more than ready to impress. According to Forbes, the console is still undergoing some changes with its lineup of launch games. Now, Snipperclips will also make its way to the hybrid console. The title is yet another one of Nintendo’s playful puzzle games, this time about solving puzzles with snipping. This adds the game to release games such as 1-2-Switch and Breath of the Wild. The complete slate of launch games are as follows:
- Fast RMX
- Just Dance 2017
- Human Resource Machine
- I Am Setsuna
- Little Inferno
- Shovel Knight
- Skylanders: Imaginators
- Super Bomberman R
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild — Read our Pre-review
- World of Goo
Players interested in getting a Switch can wait for its March 3 release date. Gamers can get the console for about $299.99, and see its unboxing below. Fans can also wait for more news here at Video Games Republic to keep you regularly updated with releases and the arrival of new gaming content.