Best New Games Out This Week (March 11 -17) on PS4, XBox One, PC, and Switch

Hey, do you enjoy survival games?

Then you are in for lots of fun this week.Coming to the town in a few days’ time is the much-awaited simulation sci-fi survival game called Surviving Mars.

In addition to it, HD collection and remasters, a puzzle game, and the popular pink puff with smart new features are also arriving.
So, let the good times roll!

Surviving Mars

Release Date – 15 March 2018
Platforms – PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Linux, Microsoft Windows, Macintosh Operating Systems
A sci-fi survival simulator, Surviving Mars is about colonizing the red planet and maintaining the colonies in the face of severe adversaries. Can you maintain human habitation on the newly-tamed Mars against hazards like meteor showers, dust storms, and much more? Well, you can test your resolve and skills in just a few days from now.

Screenshot from new game surviving marsDevil May Cry HD Collection

Release Date – 13 March 2018
Platforms – Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, PS4
If action-adventure video games are your thing, you can get your hands on the Devil May Cry HD collection this week. Ranked as one of the best stylish action series ever, Devil May Cry trilogy will now be available in HD. This is an excellent opportunity to catch up on it in case you haven’t played it earlier. Dante now looks better than ever before, mostly thanks to the extreme 60 FPS combat, as he beats the hell out of the bad guys.

Screenshot from Devil may cry remasteredKirby Star Allies

Release Date – 16 March 2018
Platform – Nintendo Switch
Pink Puff is back—and this time he’s brought company. The focus in the latest Kirby title is on working together, even when you’re solo. You can join hands with your friends—maximum of four players can play—to launch team-up actions. But if you are a lone ranger or don’t have the full party, you can bring up to three enemies to your side with the help of the all-new heart mechanic.

Screenshot from Kirby Stars allies
Q.U.B.E. 2

Release Date – 13 March 2018
Platforms – Xbox One, PC, Microsoft Windows
If puzzle games are what interests you most, then you would love to help archeologist Amanda Cross escape his fate by solving puzzles. With the help of the titular cubes, move forward through mazes, move objects, and flip switches to get out. Compared to the original game, Q.U.B.E. 2 feels significantly more rewarding because you now have the tools to enjoy better flexibility with your solutions.

Burnout Paradise Remastered

Release Date – 16 March 2018
Platforms – Xbox One, PS4
Those who want the definitive Paradise city experience would love to lay their hands on Burnout Paradise Remastered. The latest edition comes with 8 packs of DLC, which means truckloads of goodies and new challenges are waiting for you. All the original vehicles feature in this version, rendered in amazing high-resolution.

Screenshot from Burnout Paradise remastered

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