Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Snipperclips. Mass Effect: Andromeda. Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Nier: Automata. Danganronpa. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5. Super Bomberman R. That Star Trek VR game. And just yesterday, Horizon: Zero Dawn.
March is a little bit crazy.
Apart from the quirk of a new console launch, March is also home to the first tranche of AAA blockbusters. Horizon is a solid 30 to 60 hours of game time. I'd be surprised if Ghost Recon: Wildlands was any smaller than The Division was at launch. Andromeda could have up to 150 hours of content, according to Hayley's chat with one of the producers. Breath of the Wild is wholeheartedly a Zelda game, so you can imagine how much time there is to blow exploring Hyrule. And Nier is no pushover, either.
There's clearly enough enough time to play all of them, and I haven't even mentioned the litany of indies that pop up that always fly under the radar. Question is: what games will you be getting?
Andromeda and Breath of the Wild were the two big ones on my bucket list, and I'm still keen to muck around in Wildlands when it drops next week. Super Bomberman should be a lot of fun if enough of my friends actually have a Switch, and Nier seems like the kind of thing Mark should be playing.
What games are you getting, or looking at getting, this month?