We will be an agent and a monster hunter in March.
- March 2019 game releases
- Dead or Alive 6 – March 1 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
- Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove – March 1 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch
- Black Desert – March 4 – Xbox One
- The Occupation – March 5 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
- Left Alive – March 5 – PC, PlayStation 4
- Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn – March 8 – 3DS
- Devil May Cry 5 – March 8 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
- Ghost of a Tale – March 12 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One
- One Piece: World Seeker – March 15 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – March 15 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
It’s hard to say that Sekiro, The Division 2 or Devil May Cry 5 are the most important games of the month, but all three are worth watching. And much more.
The spring game season continues, though it looks like February was the peak and fewer and fewer big titles are coming from here. At least we can better distribute the pocket money for video games. There will be curiosities, and we don’t know a lot of release dates, so we’ll be excited, and in the meantime, we’ll be wasting time with games like the one listed below. Scroll to the second page for a list of games coming out in the second half of March as well as in April.
March 2019 game releases
Dead or Alive 6 – March 1 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
In the new part of Team Ninja’s game series, not only attention has been paid to the movement of the breasts, but also to the fact that violence is adequately portrayed – still not a Mortal Kombat, but progress can be seen in this area. The developers aimed to offer newcomers a better experience, but veterans shouldn’t be afraid that this isn’t for them either.
Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove – March 1 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch
The new studio of Greg Johnson, the father of the ToeJam & Earl series, felt that a sequel was definitely needed, and the campaign ended successfully on Kickstarter as well, so after the Doki-Doki Universe, they got into it. We get the original gameplay released for Sega Genesis, from an isometric view we can adventure on floating islands, controlling one of nine characters, even in a four-person cooperative mode.
Black Desert – March 4 – Xbox One
Anno has gained a lot of interest in Korean high fantasy MMO, Black Desert Online, which has been playing on PCs in the West for a long time. Now it’s time for the console release, it will simply be available on the platform as Black Desert. You have to pay for it once, from there you can play unlimited. If the genre is interesting to you, look at it!
The Occupation – March 5 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
The Occupation has been postponed quite a few times, but it looks like it may finally be released in March. We go in 1987, we play a journalist whose job is to break into a government building to gather information. You only get 4 hours for this, of which you lose every time you are caught sneaking.
Left Alive – March 5 – PC, PlayStation 4
Flying pretty much under the radar is Left Alive, Square Enix’s action game set in the Front Mission universe. We got a couple of trailers that weren’t very convincing, but see if the end result gets better. From the perspective of three different protagonists, we will learn the history of an occupation in the war-torn Novo Slava in 2127. We can steal or shoot wildly, set traps for enemy soldiers.
Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn – March 8 – 3DS
Nintendo is not afraid to port its best games back and forth. Kirby’s Epic Yarn 2010 moves from Wii to 3DS in the form of Extra Epic Yarn, which throws up the gameplay with new power-ups and modes, but takes away the opportunity for cooperation.
Devil May Cry 5 – March 8 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Capcom realized that DmC’s direction wasn’t what it was worth pursuing, so he made the practically named Devil May Cry 5 as the successor to Devil May Cry 4. By guiding Dante, Nero, and a new character named V, we can fight demons. We also get a couple of new guns so we can mow down everything that gets in our way even more stylishly.
Ghost of a Tale – March 12 – PlayStation 4, Xbox One
The charming, mouse-action RPG, Ghost of a Tale, will be ready for consoles after a long time. In the role of Tilo, we can embark on an adventure to shed light on all sorts of mysteries.
One Piece: World Seeker – March 15 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Bandai Namco doesn’t give up after a few far from impeccable games, still scattering animation-based adaptations. One Piece is now being turned into an open-world action-adventure game featuring the creators of the series, and could even be good based on what has been shown so far from it.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – March 15 – PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
The first The Division has become a very fun and meaningful game over the years, but it took time. Luckily, it was also good for the team to be able to have the second part full of experience. The endgame will be given more emphasis, the world will be more detailed, but the story will not be neglected either. This time we are half a year after the events of the first game, we have to put in order in Washington DC, where some have already started rebuilding the world, but there are those who would be more in the way of development.
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- Developer: Ubisoft Massive
- Publisher: Ubisoft
- Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
- Style: Action, Role Playing, TPS
- Appearance: 3/15/2019
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 story takes place in Washington 7 months after the virus spread in New York in the previous part, so despite our previous heroic deeds, even the middle of America is on the verge of destruction.