With Pokémon Legends: Arceus already in the market, Nintendo awakens ten days before the official start of spring by kickstarting the platform with two highly anticipated games from two very different genres. Nintendo Switch fans may look forward to a new Mario Kart-style game and a handful of independent titles this March 2022!
FAR: Changing Tides (March 1, 2022)
Launched in May 2018, FAR: Lone Sails follows the adventure of a little creature on a deserted sea filled with wreckage. It is up to our little hero to keep an eye on his boat during the journey. Otherwise, he would have to abandon his mission due to the erratic weather.
This indie series isn’t done generating headlines. It still hasn’t had us experience all of its adventures, which is why there’s a sequel called FAR: Changing Tides. The Okomotive studio took advantage of the PC Gaming Show at E3 2021 to reveal this sequel; which takes up, in general form, the premise presented in the first episode of the franchise.
Triangle Strategy (March 4, 2022)
It’s easy to think that the Final Fantasy Tactics series is making a revival if you look closely enough. In fact, Triangle Strategy bears a familiar similarity with the previously stated. It is also a turn-based Tactical-RPG game in its form. Tomoya Asano’s involvement in HD-2D, a hybrid between Bravely Default II and Octopath Traveler, will undoubtedly have confused you. And properly so! As we discover his fingerprint on this game.
Norzelia is torn apart by a major conflict between three nations (Glenbrook, Aesfrost, and Hyzante). In their world, all actions are permitted to take supremacy. Your troops must be placed in such a way that they may benefit from the most basic actions. You must be able to deliver a precise blow at the proper time, all while operating on the squared-off ground.
Chocobo GP (March 10, 2022)
Finally fed up with seeing Mario and his crew hog all of the racing games on the Nintendo Switch, the Final Fantasy characters have decided to slam their fists on the table and let the engines of their vehicles roar as well.
The new DLC for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has already shown the first round of new tracks, but Chocobo GP isn’t going to be left behind and forced to tolerate the noise of its direct competitor’s exhausts.
Persona 4: Arena Ultimax (March 17, 2022)
A heavy dose of action awaits us as we prepare for the next installment of Persona, thanks to Atlus’ return to Switch of this sequel.
A Memoir Blue (March 24, 2022)
An Annapurna Interactive sequel to Storyteller, which was released last month, has already been added to the company’s lineup for the year 2022. In order to survive the next month of March, a Memoir Blue takes its bravery in both hands and faces the influx of new games.
Despite the daunting assignment, A Memoir Blue comes at the perfect moment since it will finally provide us with some reprieve and pleasure from the frenzy of activity that is about to occur. When it comes to its debut project, the Cloisters Interactive development company has come up with a unique experience: interactive poetry that is brought to life in front of our eyes owing to a combination of 3D designs and hand-painted images.
Kirby and the Forgotten World (March 25, 2022)
After a long wait, we finally got to see the return of Kirby. Like Super Mario Odyssey, Kirby comes back for an unparalleled 3D journey in different and colorful locales. He can always rely on his abilities to gobble up his enemies to utilize their powers and skills.
Kirby may utilize his ability to transform into various objects in his surroundings, including cars, vending machines, studs, rings, light bulbs, and even an ark!
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