Gamers, you might want to check this out. 🎮 Here are some of the biggest releases scheduled for March 2021!
'Yakuza: Like a Dragon' on the PS5, 'Monster Hunter: Rise' on the Switch, and 'Evil Genius 2: World Domination' are among the titles you can look forward to this March
Monster Hunter: Risecapitalizes on the success of 2018’sMonster Hunter: Worldby taking the hack-and-slash action to Nintendo’s handheld console.The game borrows the streamlined combat and open world system ofWorldand introduces a couple of new features, including a new companion, the Palamute, and a grappling hook tool, called the Wirebug. You can also expect to encounter a bunch of new monsters, expanding the growing wildlife compendium of this popular Capcom franchise.
Monster Hunter: Riselaunches on the Switch on March 26.Evil Genius 2: World Domination(PC)Rebellion DevelopmentsEver wanted to play as the villain in a Bond-esque spy thriller? You’re in luck becauseEvil Genius 2: World Domination, the sequel to the 2004 title of the same name, lets you live out those fantasies in a base-building, real-time strategy game.
In this game, your objective is to terrorize the world by building and deploying a weapon of mass destruction. To do that, you have to manage minions, build rooms that support your operations, and set-up traps to kill spies who infiltrate your base, all while maintaining the secrecy of your villainous plan. headtopics.com
Evil Genius 2: World Dominationhits PC on March 30.Kena: Bridge of Spirits (PS4, PS5, PC)Ember LabKena: Bridge of Spiritsis a story-driven, action adventure title that touts rich exploration and fast-paced combat. However, what caught most people’s attention about the game when it was first revealed in one of last year’s PS5 showcases are the colorful and Pixar-like visuals, which appear to take full advantage of the next-gen hardware.
Not much else has been revealed about the game since that time and many are not too confident that it’ll be coming out in its original March release window. But the game has yet to be officially delayed or cancelled, so we’re keeping it on this list, just in case there are any surprise announcements.Read more: Rappler »
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