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The biggest new video games releasing the week of 3/21/22

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The biggest new video games releasing the week of 3/21/22

Check out what’s new in the world of video games this week.

A hot start to 2022 for video games continues this week. After heavy hitters like Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla — Dawn of Ragnarök and surprise gems like Tunic, March has been a great month for gamers, and that month continues this week with more can’t miss releases.

Let’s check out what video games are hitting storefronts this week.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands (3/24)

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, a spinoff from Gearbox’s Borderlands series, combines first-person shooting, RPG elements, new melee combat, and a Dungeons & Dragons setting. It’s a direct sequel to the 2013 Borderlands 2 DLC Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep. “Bullets, magic, and broadswords collide across this chaotic fantasy world brought to life by the unpredictable Tiny Tina,” who can change the game’s world on a whim, meaning you can never be too safe. Wonderlands combines multiplayer nostalgia from the past with advancements of the now. It can be played with up to three friends via split-screen couch co-op or online with full crossplay across PlayStation consoles, Xbox consoles, and PC.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land (3/25)

Everyone’s favorite pink blob returns in a new solo title, Kirby and the Forgotten Land, the first 3D mainline title in the Kirby series. He’s taken out of the familiar Dream Land and transported to a sprawling metropolis overtaken by nature. His quest? Venture through these forgotten lands to rescue Waddle Dees taken hostage by the Beast Pack. Kirby and the Forgotten Land promises familiar fun for fans, and those on the fence about Forgotten Land can play the first three levels in a free demo before buying the full game.

Ghostwire: Tokyo (3/25)

Tango Gameworks, known for The Evil Within and its sequel, launches a new type of adventure/horror game with Ghostwire: Tokyo. Players will take on various Japanese yokai in a Tokyo overrun by otherworldy spirits. To defeat them, the player will cast spells with Kuji-kiri hand gestures so fluid they’ll make Doctor Strange envious. The game leans more into action than Tango’s previous offerings, but the horror elements are still present (especially for the squeamish). Ghostwire is currently a PlayStation console exclusive, but should come to Xbox at least one year after its launch.

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