Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom  releases on March 23 and is just one of the games to look forward to in March. 

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom  releases on March 23 and is just one of the games to look forward to in March. 


Three months into 2018, and this year already seems to be building momentum as an impressive one for new game releases.March 2018 has some highly anticipated titles releasing with games that have been in development for lengthy periods of time. Some of the games on this list have experienced the dreaded delay, but their launch dates are finally here!

This month, gamers will get the next installment in Ni no Kuni as well as a new franchise from Rare. Rare's last release was in 2015 with their remastered roster in the form of Rare Replay. Rare of course is known for seminal game series such as Banjo-Kazooie, Conker's Bad Fur Day, GoldenEye 007, Donkey Kong 64, Viva Piñata, Battletoads, and many more

Here are some of the game releases that you can look forward to in March.

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Video Game Releases In March 2018:

March 2 — "Pit People" (Xbox One, PC)
March 4 — "Death end re;Quest" (PS4)
March 6 — "Bravo Team" (PSVR)
March 6 — "Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition" (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
March 6 — "Fear Effect Sedna" (PC, Switch, PS4, Xbox One)
March 6 — "Frantics" (PS4)
March 6 — "Scribblenauts Showdown" (Switch, PS4, Xbox One)
March 8 — "Warhammer: Vermintide 2" (PC)
March 8 — "Your Four Knight Princesses Training Story" (Switch, PS4, Xbox One)
March 13 — "Devil May Cry HD Collection" (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
March 13 — "Golem" (PSVR)
March 15 — "Surviving Mars" (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
March 16 — "Kirby Star Allies" (Switch)
March 16 — "Burnout Paradise Remastered" (PS4, Xbox One)
March 20 — "Sea of Thieves" (Xbox One, PC)
March 20 — "Assassin's Creed Rogue: Remastered" (PS4, Xbox One)
March 20 — "Assault Gunners HD Edition" (PC, PS4)
March 20 — "Attack on Titan 2" (PC, Switch, PS4, Xbox One)
March 20 — "Titan Quest" (PS4, Xbox One)
March 21 — "Valkyria Chronicles 4" (PS4)
March 23 — "A Way Out" (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
March 23 — "Detective Pikachu" (3DS)
March 23 — "Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom" (PS4, PC)
March 27 — "Far Cry 5" (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
March 27 — "Atelier Lydie & Suulle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings" (PC, Switch, PS4)
March 27 — "MLB The Show 18" (PS4)
March 29 — "Shining Resonance Refrain" (PS4)
March 29 — "Super Robot Wars X" (PS4, PS Vita)
March 30 — "Agony" (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
TBA — "Long Gone Days - (PC, Mac, Linux) - TBA
TBA — "RBI Baseball 18 - (Switch, PS4, Xbox One) - TBA

What to be excited for:

"Sea of Thieves"

Sea of Thieves allows its players to plunder and adventure as a crew of pirates. The newest Rare IP will be online and cooperative, meaning you can cause swashbuckling mischief with friends. The game will also be cross platform for players on Xbox One and Windows 10. Win win. The game releases March 20 and is available with Xbox Game Pass.

"Detective Pikachu"


Detective Pikachu is perhaps the Pokémon game that no one knew they wanted but definitely needed. The game stars a talking Pikachu, indistiguishable from the typical series mascot expect for an adorable Sherlock Holmes-esque cap and deep full-grown man voice. As the name of the game might suggest, players will solve mysterys with this very special Pikachu and work to "crack the conspiracy." Detective Pikachu comes out March 23 to the Nintendo 3DS.

"Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom"

The first Ni no Kuni released in 2010 and revealed a Studio Ghibli world of magic and adventure. The sequel Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will take players back to this world but hundreds of years in the future. Those who have gotten their hands on the game claim it to have a darker tone than the original, but say it still maintains the charm and the world will feel familiar to returning gamers. Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom release on the PlayStation 4 and PC on March 23.