Exciting New Video Games Coming This Week; March 6 to March 12

By Allan , Updated Mar 06, 2017 04:17 AM EST
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This week, two of most anticipated games, “Ghost Recon: Wildlands” and “Nier: Automata”, will finally be released. And that’s not the only exciting new game coming this week, March 6 to 12. So this article lists all the video games to look out for in the next seven days.

First in the list is “Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3” for Xbox One and Microsoft Windows players. VG247 reports it is a fighting game using crossover characters from Capcom and Marvel. It is an updated version of the last “Marvel vs. Capcom” game that was first released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 last November 2011, PlayStation Vita last 2012 and PlayStation 4 last December. And this March 7, it’s finally coming to more PC and Xbox players.

Next on the list is “Lego Worlds” which Polygon reports allows players to build any structure or construction in 3D in the game. Its beta version was first released last year for players with Steam Early Access and this week it will finally reach all players across the world. The game will be available on PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

Other games releasing on March 7 includes “Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey” for PS4, PC and Vita players, “Darknet” for PSVR, “Dino Dini’s Kick Off Revival” for Vita and PS4 players. Moreover, PS4 gets more games exclusively released for it on March 7 that includes “Disc Jam”, “Loot Rascals”, “Shift Happens”, “Sublevel Zero Redux”, “Total Jigsaw’ while “Gem Smashers” and “Talisman Digital Edition” will be releasing too in Vita.

And that’s not all games releasing this week. On March 8, “Verdun” for Xbox One will also be released. On March 8, “Blaster Master Zero” for 3DS and Nintendo Switch will arrive while “2Dark” in PlayStation 4 will arrive on March 10.

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