New Releases – March 18

Today’s a big day for gaming. Big Boss is back for another adventure, an undead ninja gets to slay hundreds of zombies, some games are getting an HD makeover, and indies are landing on Sony’s consoles. Check them out below.

March 18

  • Deus Ex: The Fall (PC) – $9.99

The former mobile exclusive action-RPG Deus Ex: The Fall is now available on Steam, complete with achievements, trading cards, controller support, and more. If you missed out on the game because you mobile device sucked, then now’s as good as any time to check it out.

  • Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster (PS3, PS Vita) – $39.99

Remember Final Fantasy X? It was a good RPG. Now you get a chance to experience it again, alongside the first Final Fantasy sequel, FFX-2, on the PS3 or PS Vita. We all know that the PS Vita version is the better choice, though, right?

  • Luftrausers (Linux, Mac, PC, PS3, PS Vita) – $9.99

Take to the skies in this fast-paced arcade shooter that features planes shooting planes. It might not look like much (that’s the charm), but it’s looks very addictive.  Maybe too addictive.

  • Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) – $29.99 (PS4, Xbox One), $29.99 (PS3, Xbox 360 physical), $19.99 (PS3, Xbox 360 digital)

Big Boss has returned for a brand-new mission, this time set in 1975. Acting as a prologue to The Phantom Pain, players help the Boss sneak into a Cuban base for a rescue mission, though how they approach it is entirely up to their gameplay style. Will you carefully sneak in, or will you go in guns blazing?

  • Steamworld Dig (PS4, PS Vita) – $9.99

Head underground in search of riches and treasures in this platforming mining game. Cartoon robots, a Wild West setting, and fun gameplay. What more could you ask for?

  • Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z (PS3, Xbox 360) – $59.99

Left for dead by Ryu Hayabusa (actually, cleaved in two), Yaiba is brought back by a mysterious organization to exact revenge. To do so, however, Yaiba will have to slice and dice through zombie hordes, giant undead babies, and more that stand in his way. Comic-book inspired visuals and lots of cartoon gore? Sign me up.

 

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