If the months of January and February have been good in terms of video games released, March is not far behind. In fact, with this month we conclude this quarter of “death”, where we have had a large number of titles published and of high renown.
We bring you the video games that we consider most relevant for this month of March 2023. As you know, each week we will be detailing all the games that will be released during the same week.
Wo Long Fallen Dynasty (March 3)
The good people at Team Ninja are back with what looks like a great game. After the good work achieved with deliveries like Nioh, now they make the leap to Wo Long Fallen Dynasty, their own Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (although different, of course).
This soulslike game tells the story of a militia soldier struggling to survive in the chaotic Three Kingdoms. Set in the late Han dynasty, this nameless military man will use both martial arts and weapons to fight demons in a world full of danger, magic and lots of fantasy.
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon (March 17)
The most famous witch in gaming is back with us. After the release of Bayonetta 3 last fall, it is now the turn to receive Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon.
We completely abandoned the hack & slash and now we make the leap to an action game, puzzles and adventures. However, the other big difference is that we now manage Cereza, that is, Bayonetta as a child. The adventure narrates the journey undertaken to the forest of Avalon, a journey that would mark her forever. Throughout the journey we will be accompanied by Cheshire, a possessed stuffed animal that would become the first demon.
Resident Evil 4 Remake (March 24)
The remake of one of the most anticipated video games in recent years: Resident Evil 4. The story of Leon and Ashley returns with the RE Engine by flag, so Capcom guarantees us an unsurpassed technical quality, more after what we saw in the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3.
We’ve already had gameplay of the game… and what you can see can’t look better. After all, we are talking about a classic that has been on countless consoles, but now with adapted controls, a facelift, a mercenary mode already confirmed and much more. It remains to be seen if the story will undergo major changes, although it would be normal for it to remain almost intact.