Weekly Video Game Release Schedule, March 2: Resident Evil Revelations 2 Episode Two, White Night, Helldivers And More
A new month, a new week and a whole new set of games are coming our way. Let's see what this lion of a month will roar into existence this week...
Resident Evil Revelations 2 - Episode 2 'Contemplation' (Xbox One, 360, PS4, PS3, PC) - March 3 - after a short delay, the further adventures of Claire Redfield and the clan Burton continue. Watch the teaser here. Each episode costs about $5.99.
White Night - (PS4, Xbox One, PC) - March 3 - a horror noir (horroir?) done in a wickedly clever, Frank Miller inspired black and white color scheme. What starts as a really bad day only gets worse as night falls and he's forced to find safety in an old abandoned house. Or maybe it's not so abandoned after all. You might not have heard of it, but you should absolutely watch the trailer here.
Screamride (Xbox One, Xbox 360) - March 3 - for all you misanthropes who've watched a rollercoaster and gone 'Man, wouldn't it be cool if [terrible thing happened], Screamride is a full-featured, physics-based coaster game where creativity and destruction are equally welcomed. So, in the immortal words of Edgar Winger, "come on and take a screamride!" $39.99 for next gen, $29.99 for last gen. Watch the trailer. You can also pick up the demo!
Helldivers - (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) - March 3 - a "co-op-down squad shooter set in a dystopian future where mankind is ruled by a managed democracy." Now that sounds like my kind of game. The game will certainly scratch an itch for action aficionados, and best of all, it even features cross-play so you can take it with you wherever you go. $19.99
La Mulana Ex - (PS Vita) - March 3 - this game will certainly make a man out of-oh, apparently I am being told this is not the game version of Mulan. Mores the pity. The 2D Metroidvania title promises to ramp up the difficulty as you explore ancient ruins for the answer to life itself.
Mario vs Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars (Wii U, 3DS) - March 5 - a sort of precursor to the upcoming Mario Maker, Tipping Stars lets you create, play and share your own unique Mushroom Kingdom levels with the Miiverse and also includes 80 levels of its own for you to jump and tap your way through. As an added bonus, if you buy the Wii U version, you'll get the 3DS version, and vice versa. $19.99
You can check along with all of the month's releases via our official post. We'll see you next week!