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Games to Watch Out for This March

Games to Look Out for This March 2023

A new month is here, and that means a whole new schedule of games to look forward to.

March is another packed month, with a great selection of titles ahead of us. We’ve got AAA horror with Resident Evil 4; delightful JRPG action with Atelier Ryza 3, and plenty of great-looking indies to keep us busy all through March.

As always, our list here isn’t an exhaustive list of everything that’s coming out in March. Instead, we’ve hand-picked the titles we’re most looking forward to, and the titles we think you’ll be most interested in too. These aren’t just the biggest releases, either: as always, we’ve included plenty of smaller games that we can’t wait to play.

And so, without further ado, here are the games that we’re looking forward to this March.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty

Wo-Long Fallen Dynasty preview 2

  • 3rd March
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC

We previewed Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty back in January, describing this Chinese legend-inspired action game as “fast-paced” and “unique”. It’s reminiscent of Nioh, albeit with a different setting, and if you’re a Soulslike fan, it’s certainly going to appeal. Check back later for our review, but until then, you can read our full preview here.

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Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania

Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania DLC

  • 6th March
  • PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania is a bit of a double-whammy. Not only does it offer DLC for one of the best metroidvania games of recent years, but it also transports us back to the world of Castlevania, one of our favourite game series of all time. What’s not to love, really? You’ll need the base game of Dead Cells to play this.

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Little Witch Nobeta

Little Witch Nobeta

  • 7th March
  • PS4, Switch, PC

In our preview, we described Little Witch Nobeta as “my first Soulslike”. That’s not necessarily a negative: this action-adventure game that casts you as a witch has plenty of charm. But despite having some Dark Souls-inspired mechanics, it’s lacking the challenge that From Software’s iconic series is known for. But there’s a lot to enjoy, and we’re looking forward to playing more. Read our full preview here.

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Figment 2: Creed Valley

  • 9th March
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC

The sequel to 2018’s Figment was originally supposed to release in 2021. It didn’t, obviously, but it’s finally just around the corner. And we couldn’t be more excited to get our hands on this surrealist puzzle game. We loved the original, calling it “enchanting” and praising its excellent art and design. We have just as high hopes for this second instalment.

Fatal Frame/Project Zero: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse

Fatal Frame Project Zero Mask of the Lunar Eclipse 1 (1)

  • 9th March
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC

In our preview last month, we said “for fans of horror, particularly J-horror, there’s a lot to be excited about in Fatal Frame / Project Zero: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse”. As a remaster, there’s a chance you’ve played it before, but thanks to substantially upgraded visuals it’s well worth jumping back into. We’re certainly excited – and a little scared – to play more.

Clash: Artifacts of Chaos

Clash Artifacts of Chaos preview 1

  • 9th March
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC

Another one we’ve already had our hands on, Clash: Artifacts of Chaos is a third-person action adventure with one of the ugliest protagonists we’ve ever seen. Don’t let that put you off, though: he may not be a looker, but he packs in a wealth of skills, and taking control of him in this fascinating and dangerous world is a lot of fun. You can read our full preview here.

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Paranormasight: The Seven Mysteries of Honjo

Paranormasight: The Seven Mysteries of Honjo

  • 9th March
  • Switch, PC

A horror visual novel adventure from Square Enix, we’re intrigued to get our hands on Paranormasight: The Seven Mysteries of Honjo. Set in Japan in the late 20th century, it spins a tale concerned with curses, rites, and bringing people back from the dead. If you have a penchant for spooky things, we think this is going to be worth keeping an eye on.

Before Your Eyes

  • 10th March
  • PS5/PSVR 2

When it originally released on PC back in 2021, we were blown away by Before Your Eyes. This narrative-driven game is controlled by your eyes, blinking to change the scene and propel yourself through the story. And this month, it’s coming to PSVR 2. The headset’s eye tracking should lead to much more accurate eye movement detection – and we’ve no doubt it’ll be more immersive than ever. Read our original review here.

DC Justice League: Cosmic Chaos

Justice League Cosmic Chaos preview 1

  • 10th March
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC

It may be primarily aimed at kids, but we were rather taken with DC Justice League: Cosmic Chaos when we previewed it last month. It’s a lighter take on the DC Extended Universe, putting you in control of a cute version of either Batman, Superman or Wonder Woman. There’s plenty of enemies to be blitzed, collectibles to be picked up and abilities to be learned, and we’d wager you’ll have fun with this no matter what your age.

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The Wreck

The Wreck Steam Next Fest

  • 14th March
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC

We tried a demo of The Wreck back in 2022, and finally this interactive drama is almost upon us. It tells the story of Junon, picking up with her rushing to her mother’s side in hospital. You’ll follow Junon as she has to make difficult decisions, making the choices for her. If you’re a fan of the likes of Life is Strange, we think you might find something to like here.

The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR

The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR

  • 16th March
  • PS5/PSVR 2

This is one of our most anticipated PSVR 2 releases, and we can’t wait to jump into it. The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR was originally to be a launch title for PSVR 2, but it was delayed by a few weeks. Set in the Dark Pictures universe, this on-rails shooter will feature horrors from the four games of the series so far, this time putting you as the star of the show. We have a feeling it’s going to be a scary one…

Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon

Bayonetta Origins

  • 17th March
  • Switch

There’s a new Bayonetta game out this March, but it’s not Bayonetta as you know her. It’s an origin story, featuring a much younger protagonist and a rather different gameplay style. This is a top-down adventure, so you can forget about the flash third-person fast-paced action that you normally associate with the series.


  • 21st March
  • PS4, PS5, PC

If you like the idea of an open world adventure set in a picturesque series of islands, Tchia is for you. It’s been oft-compared to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, largely thanks to Tchia’s exploration style, her stamina meter and the fact that she has a hand-made glider that helps her fly through the air. But she’s got extra tricks up her sleeve, like being able to possess just about any creature she comes across (fancy swimming as a turtle? You can do that!) and playing her trusty ukulele. We went hands on in January, and it left us hungry for more. You can read our preview here.

Resident Evil 4

Resident Evil 4 Remake

  • 24th March
  • PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC

We’ve got a feeling that Resident Evil 4 may be amongst the most anticipated games coming out this March. It’s not surprising: the Resi series has gone from strength to strength, and the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and were huge successes. We’ve every reason to believe that Resident Evil 4 will continue the trend, and we’re absolutely ready to be scared.

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Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key

Atelier Ryza 3

  • 24th March
  • PS4, PS5, Switch, PC

We loved the first two Atelier Ryza games, and so we’re pretty sure we’re going to love the third, too. Certainly, based on our few hours previewing the game, it seems to be living up to our expectations. Players are back in control of Ryza, an alchemist with a desire to help everyone in her home town. Prepare yourself to get embroiled in a mystical plot, all the while collecting ingredients to brew endless helpful potions and items in your Atelier. Give our preview a read here.

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Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.