Top Ten March Games (in chronological order).
Tomb Raider (March 5th)
Square Enix’s Tomb Raider is the reboot of one of the most legendary game franchises to date, telling the iconic character Lara Croft’s origin story, and acting as a prequel to all the previously released games in the series. Follow Lara through her survival of a shipwreck, and finding herself isolated on an island with mercenary inhabitants, where she must quickly learn how to take a life if it means saving her own.
StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm (March 12th)
Heart of the Swarm is the eagerly awaited expansion pack to the military science fiction real-time strategy game StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, and is the second part of the StarCraft II trilogy. Play as Sarah Kerrigan, the former Queen of Blades, as she sets out to regain control of and unite the Swarm, as well as exact her revenge against Arcturus Mengsk, the Terran dominion’s supreme commander.
God of War: Ascension (March 15th)
God of War: Ascension is the seventh instalment in the God of War series, and the prequel to the entire series. Inspired by Greek mythology, Ascension shows how the series’ protagonist Kratos was originally tricked by Ares, the God of War, into killing his own family. Imprisoned by the three Furies for his crime, Kratos escapes his imprisonment with his mind set on only one thing: revenge.
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 (March 15th)
The sequel to Sniper: Ghost Warrior, the game is a first person shooter that places a high emphasis on stealth, sniping techniques, assassinations, and hand to hand combat. You play as Private Security Consultant Captain Cole Anderson, and your missions take you around the globe to the tropical jungles of Burma, the mountains of Tibet, and many other locations.
Gears of War: Judgment (March 22nd)
The fourth instalment of the Gears of War series, Judgment is a third person shooter whose story is told in flashbacks experienced by the game’s main characters: Baird and his team. Each level of the game is a memory being re-lived by a different member of the team, and they piece together the plot of the game level by level, in an attempt to save Baird from the death penalty.
BioShock: Infinite (March 26th)
The third entry in the BioShock series, Infinite takes the game to new heights with the setting of the floating city of Columbia in the year 1912, during the American Exceptionalism. Take on the role of Booker DeWitt, on a mission to Columbia to find Elizabeth, a young woman who has been held captive aboard the floating city for twelve years…
Lego City: Undercover (March 28th)
This open world action and adventure game has been developed for Nintendo’s innovative Wii U console, and is designed to make full use of the interactive game pad. Play as undercover cop Chase McCain as he goes hunting for criminals in the sandbox Lego City, constantly disguising yourself and using awesome moves to chase down and catch criminals.
Luigi’s Mansion 2: Dark Moon (March 28th)
The sequel to the 2001 game for the Nintendo GameCube, Luigi’s Mansion 2 tracks the adventures of Luigi as he explores various haunted mansions, on a mission to capture ghosts with his special vacuum cleaner. Fix the Dark Moon, and restore peace to Evershade Valley.
Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel (March 29th)
Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel is the third game in the Army of Two series, and stars two new T.W.O. operatives by the names of Alpha and Bravo. Set in Mexico, The Devil’s Cartel pits Alpha and Bravo up against La Guadaña, a ruthless drug cartel that are out for blood.
Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (March 29th)
The fourth game in the Sly Cooper series, Thieves in Time follows the same gameplay style of platform stealth. The Thievius Racoonus’, a book chronicling the Cooper family’s tricks of the trade, words are erasing from its pages, so Sly and the gang travel through time in order to repair it and save Cooper history.