Top New Game Releases This Week On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC — March 11-17

This episode of New Releases has sequels, remasters, and some new stuff. Leading off, the pink puffball’s newest adventure Kirby Star Allies is headed to Nintendo Switch. Puzzle fans can solve their way through Q.U.B.E. 2, and sim fans can build a city on the red planet with Surviving Mars. For those looking to play the definitive versions of past games, you can slash and shoot through the Devil May Cry HD Collection or speed around Burnout Paradise City Remastered.

Devil May Cry HD Collection — March 13

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

This week’s first re-release contains the original Devil May Cry trilogy, so if you haven’t played through them on an older console, this is the best possible way to catch up. Thanks to 60 FPS support, Dante never looked so good slaying the beasts of Hell.

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Q.U.B.E. 2 — March 13

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

For those that prefer a more methodical pace, there’s Q.U.B.E. 2. This game sees archeologist Amanda Cross stranded on a strange alien island, and the only way to escape is to solve puzzles. The titular cubes will help you find your way through mazes, flip switches, and move objects to reach safety.

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Surviving Mars — March 15

Available on: PC

Speaking of alien planets, Surviving Mars is all about colonizing one. This city-builder comes from the studio behind Cities: Skylines and Hearts of Iron, so you’ll definitely have to strategize and spread your resources if you hope to survive so far from home.

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Kirby Star Allies — March 16

Available on: Nintendo Switch

Nintendo’s pink mascot has a new game, and it’s all about working together, even if you’re playing alone. That means four-player co-op is included, but you can also use the new heart mechanic to bring enemies over to your side if you don’t have a full party. Of course, the real treat here is seeing an insanely buff King Dedede.

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Burnout Paradise Remastered — March 16

Available on: PS4, Xbox One

Back on earth, this week’s second re-release is Burnout Paradise Remastered. You’ll be able to race through the best-looking version of the city yet, with 4K support for drivers on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. This remaster also includes every previously released DLC pack, laying even more challenges along the road.

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