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March Gaming Column: Coming to a console near you!

Matthew King rounds up some of the biggest releases in the gaming world taking place this month.

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX


If you woke up one morning and found out you became a Pokémon, what would you do? Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX is a gorgeous looking remake of the classic titles after being completely re-imagined for Nintendo Switch.

Live the life of a Pokémon and build your very own rescue team! Team up with your favourite Pokémon to help those in need and save the world from natural disasters. Explore the mystery dungeon that changes every time you enter to discover new secrets and Pokémon to help aid you on your adventure.

If you are a Pokémon fanatic, then you won’t want to miss this one. Unsure? Fear not, as there is a demo out right now for you to try on the Nintendo Switch eshop.
Release Date: March 6th
Platforms: Nintendo Switch

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

The sequel to the critically acclaimed Ori and the Blind Forest embarks you on an epic adventure through a vast, beautiful world where you encounter towering deadly enemies and challenging puzzles to unravel Ori’s true destiny.

This hand-crafted narrative experience intends to immerse players from the start. The engaging story-driven quest will keep you going for hours on end to discover every hidden secret and new ability to fight against powerful foes who lurk in the darkness. Master new techniques and customise your way of play with new spirit weapons, spells and attacks to increase your chances of survival, all in a strikingly beautiful and exotic world.
Release Date: March 11th
Platforms: Xbox one/Windows 10/Steam

Nioh 2

Ever wanted to be part master samurai, part supernatural Yokai warrior? Of course you have. Set in the violent Sengoku-era Japan and the deadly Dark Realm, plagued with powerful and grotesque-looking demons, you must sharpen your sword abilities and master devastating paranormal powers in this challenging action-packed RPG sequel.

With revamped mechanics that build upon the fan-favourite elements of Nioh, you must keep your wits about you and prepare to fight for your life as you traverse across a merciless world. Follow the way of the samurai using traditional weaponry, or wield mighty Yokai abilities to go toe-to-toe with monstrous foes using a variety of powerful attacks. Nioh 2 is set to improve everything from the first instalment and we cannot wait to get our hands on it and slay some demons.
Release Date: March 11th
Platforms: Playstation 4

Doom Eternal

Hell’s armies have come to earth, and are determined to take it over. However, the only thing that they fear… is you.

You must become the slayer and raise hell upon the horde of monstrous demons to save humanity. With speed and power on your side, the demons of hell will not stand a chance against you. Wield a variety of powerful weaponry to take the monsters head-on and discover the origins of the slayer. Equip new abilities to overcome tough obstacles and challenges. Find resources to stay alive and keep the fight going until you send the demons back to where they came from.

With fast-paced and brutal combat, DOOM Eternal aims to take your gaming experience to the next level and beyond on Razer’s 2020 top laptop. This is not for the faint of heart.
Release Date: March 20th
Platforms: PC/Xbox One/Playstation 4

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Possibly Nintendo’s biggest release this year and long-awaited by many, Animal Crossing: New Horizons looks like everything fans have wanted and much, much more.

New Horizons takes you and your cute animal neighbours to a remote island to start a new, tranquil life in the way you want it to be. Collect resources to craft tools and build furniture to decorate your home and the landscape. Customise your character and your environment, and enjoy a selection of relaxing activities such as fishing or gardening. Animal Crossing is all about peaceful creativity, so there are no limits to what you can achieve.
Release Date: March 20th
Platforms: Nintendo Switch 

 

 




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