This time last year, the gaming world saw the likes of Granblue Fantasy Versus, Doom Eternal, Animal Crossing and Nioh 2 all graced the gaming world with their presence. Now its 2021's turn. However, despite two brand new Next-Gen consoles being on the market, this March line up isn't looking as spicy. Luckily, there are still enough gems releasing this month for us to enjoy. Here's the best of the best:
APEX LEGENDS SWITCH (MARCH 9)
Yes, Apex Legends has been around now for ages, and yes, we know everything about the game already. So why is it on this list today? Well, firstly, as we stated previously, March is a little light on game releases. Secondly, the game is making its way to the Switch bringing with it the same fast shooters gameplay, all on the go.
Balan Wonderland (March 26)
When the creators of Sonic the Hedgehog and Nights into Dreams team up with Square Enix to make a new game...you take notice. Balan Wonderworld is an upcoming platform game developed by Balan Company and Arzest and published by Square Enix. It is scheduled for release on March 26, 2021, for Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Perhaps the best game to release next for those that are hungry for more platforming action after last month's Super Mario 3D World.
Monster Hunter Rise (March 26)
Arguably the monster release for March is the latest in Capcom's hit series Monster Hunter. Monster Hunter Rise is an upcoming action role-playing game developed and published by Capcom for the Nintendo Switch. Rise will follow many of the new conventions for the series introduced through World while introducing new features, including a new animal companion called a palamute that can be used to ride across the map or into battle, and the use of wire bugs to traverse the game world vertically and mount and ride certain monsters in the game.
it takes two (march 26)
Josef Fares, It Takes Two director, made some ways in the industry in the past not only for his excellent game A Way Out but mainly for his outspoken personality. Now he is at it again with this latest game, and I hope it's successful just so he can stick around a bit longer. It Takes Two is an upcoming action-adventure video game developed by Hazelight Studios and published by Electronic Arts under the EA Originals label. Like A Way Out, Hazelight's debut title, It Takes Two, has no single-player option: it is only playable in either online or local split-screen co-op between two players.
And there you have it as stated so many times before, March 2021 is a little disappointing especially comparing it to the game releases of last year. However, with what is here, there seems to be a lot of fun is still available.
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Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.