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What Gamers Want for the Week of 3-21-16: New Video Game Releases

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It’s another week packed full of new video game releases, but that doesn’t mean you have to go out and spend like a mad person, because most of the new releases are re-releases, or Indie PC titles, not that either of those are a bad thing. Honestly, the biggest release is the Automatron for Fallout 4 in terms of name recognition. Of course Republique is releasing on the PS4, and the 3DS is getting a few more SNES classics such as Super Mario Kart and Earthbound.

Our Recommendation

It’s probably wise to stick to your back log this week, or whatever game you’re currently playing. If you do need something new and own Fallout 4, then you should think about working through its first official DLC. If you want some nostalgia on the go, then both Super Mario Kart and Earthbound are worthy pickups for your 3DS.

March 21, 2016 New Releases

  • Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed¬†– PC
  • Alchemist’s Awakening – PC
  • Shake Your Money Simulator 2016 – PC

March 22, 2016 New Releases

  • Republique – PS4
  • Stranger of Sword City – X1
  • The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 – Wii U
  • Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle Remastered¬†– PS4
  • Catlateral Damage – PS4
  • Okage: Shadow King – PS4
  • Dragon Fantasy: The Black Tome of Ice – PS4
  • Paranautical Activity – PS4
  • Trackmania Turbo – PS4/PC/X1
  • Sebastian Loeb Rally EVO – PS4/X1
  • Polaris Sector – PC
  • Fallout 4: Automatron – X1/PC/PS4
  • 101 Ways to Die – PS4

March 23, 2016 New Releases

  • Farming 2017 – The Simulation – PC
  • Solstice – PC
  • Way of the Samurai 3 – PC
  • Spaceman Sparkles 3D – PC
  • Bacteria – PC

March 24, 2016 New Releases

  • Shantae: Risky’s Revenge Director’s Cut – Wii U
  • Slain! – PC
  • Rogue Stormers – PC
  • Super Mario Kart – 3DS
  • Earthbound – 3DS
  • Samorost 3 – PC
  • The Descendant – PC

March 25, 2016 New Releases

  • Hyrule Warriors Legends – 3DS
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