Top 10 NEW Games of March 2017


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With March 2017 comes a boat load of hotly anticipated games (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch). It’s a good month! Here’s what we’re looking forward to. Subscribe …

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  1. Check out the game Identity. It's not very popular but it is still in development. It's an mmorpg but instead of grinding and spending HOURS on quests it takes a more realistic approach. You can buy shops, be a drug dealer, police forces and a whole bunch more jobs. It is open world and really reminds me of a less-story driven GTA.

  2. Since I don't own a Switch or Wii U it seems like Mass Effect is going to be my only pick this month. Almost all the other featured games look like weird crap and/or straight indie-bullshit aiming at casual gaming hipsters.

  3. Got the Syitch and still no Zelda I'm dying, well not literally but my brother is well into it by now ans avoiding spoiling it but he's just brimming over with enthusiasm.

  4. Wow I guess my time with video games is about done. The only thing I'm looking forward to is the Ringed City for Dark Souls 3. There have been no games that I have been interested in or that have lived up to my expectations in years. It sucks. Everything has been fucked up by Debs or simply not to my tastes. Goodbye videogames. 🙁

  5. Ubisoft's track record has been less than stellar over the past couple of years, but I think they're really trying to turn that preconception around. The last two launches (For Honor, Ghost Recon: Wildlands) had pre-launch open betas that anyone on any platform had the opportunity to play. It gives gamers a hands on first look as what to expect from the game and shows that Ubisoft is trying to be more transparent when their productions. I spent about 15 hours with Ghost Recon Wildlands but it really wasn't my cup of tea, at the same time it looks a lot like what people expect from a Ghost Recon title. I really like the recent trend of pre-launch trials and open betas, honestly without them I would have passed on For Honor and waited for Nioh to drop in price without those hands on experiences.

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