Hey, what's up gamers.
It is, I, Jeff Bakalar, here to bring you another month's worth of upcoming games.
You should have your eyes on all of these titles scheduled to hit March of 2015.
Let's get it going.
First up on March 10th, is the release.
Of the next generation version of DmC, or Devil May Cry, for Xbox One and Playstation 4.
If you didn't get a chance to play this one, I highly recommend giving it a go this time around.
Next up, it's an Indie title from Moon Studios.
Ori and the Blind Forest is a self-described genre mix, that the developers call Metroidvania.
That's setting the bar pretty high, so you'll have to see for yourself on March 11th, when the game hits Xbox One and PC.
3DS is getting a brand new title.
First seen at last year's E3,.
Code Name S.T.E.
is a turn-based strategy game, with elements of third-person shooter.
It is available March 13th for the 3DS.
So check that out.
Battlefield Hardline will finally release on March 17th after being delayed a bunch last year, if you recall.
In addition to a campaign, Hardline will feature various online modes.
The players can assume the roles of criminals or police.
Borderland, The Handsome Collection will come out on March 24th for Xbox one and Play Station four, and include the entire full version of both Borderland Two and the pre-sequels along with all of the DLC and all of the add ons that ever came out for each game.
You somehow didn't play either of these.
Last generation, this is the absolute best way to jump right in.
Also on the 24th is the Playstation 4 exclusive Bloodborne.
From the developers of those Dark Souls games from Software.
I've played a little bit of Bloodborne already.
It's definitely tough but maybe not as infuriating as those insane Dark Souls games.
Plus you get to kill enemies that kind of look like a terrifying version of Slash.
So that's cool.
Now of course, these aren't the only games hitting in March so be sure follow me.
And reach out on Twitter with your most anticipated game of the month.
If you're lucky, I might even reply with a free game code.
So be sure to connect.
That's it for me.
There are some games that need to be played.
We'll see you next time.
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