Best video games 2017

With the releases of “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” or “Mass Effect: Andromeda”, the month of March is a great surprise for consoles lovers. We selected the 8 video games to buy in march.

8 video games to buy in March

 

 

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Without the adventures of Link to save Princess Zelda, the launch of the Switch would not have been such a huge success, on March 3. For 31 years, the wanderings of the Knight of Hyrule passionate gamers. Evidence abound on the web. For the latest installment, each is in his little feat to fold the game in under an hour, to launch the game on PC and 4 K emulation or to pick up all the Korok nuts, just for fun. While another has compiled all the possible deaths in the game… It is a fact; the last Zelda excites the players and attracts attention. Promised, you will not be disappointed.

Available exclusively on Nintendo Switch from $ 59.99

Nier: Automata

The sequel to the superb action-RPG Nier game – itself spin-off by Drakengard – lands on PS4 and turns out to be the big hit of the year. If not all eyes were on the Zelda, the adventures of a pair of fighting androids called 3B – and his little robot – and 9S would be in everyone’s minds. The pitch is nothing bewildering. Bad people landed on Earth and offending everyone. Humanity took refuge on the Moon and appealed to other machines, some nice this time, to save what remains of the human race. Then, without warning, the strike shears you face. Yes, the sets are breathtaking, the clothing style of Heroes reminds of a Paris Fashion Week both by its eccentricity and its way to being fully paid. The scenes of fighting in turn in 2D or 3D offer a refreshing mix even if captures topics will go their way. The pace is fast, and it is not displeasing to us.

Available exclusively on PS4 from $ 59.99

Mass Effect: Andromeda

6 years after Mass Effect 3, a brand new crew sailed through the Andromeda galaxy aboard “The Tempest”, the spaceship that succeeds the “Normandy”, in order to find a new planet where to live. Pushed into exile, the heroes find themselves in the shoes of wanderers who will have to face unknown dangers and risk their lives. The gameplay and the adventure are always so generous but be careful, frieze sometimes overdose and aesthetics of the face, and for example, it was used to better. As for voice, Mass Effect Andromeda reserves nice surprises. Alexandre Astier thus doubles the character of August Bradley, a lieutenant, secondary character of the plot. Those who prefer the original version will perhaps recognize the voice of Natalie Dormer, alias Margaery Tyrell in Game of Thrones. The charming wife of Tommen Baratheon gives life to Doctor Lexi T’Perro, one of the protagonists of the adventure of the crew of the “Tempest”.

Available on PS4, Xbox One and PC from $ 99.99

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands

The action takes place in Bolivia where a powerful cartel takes advantage of the production of cocaine to spread dangerously its influence throughout the country. Parachuted into this hostile territory, the Ghost unit, an emblematic team of US Special Forces, aims to fight against the violence and corruption that infecting La Paz. A fight that involves the use of advanced technology tools (such as reconnaissance drones), advanced military strategies and confronting players with moral dilemmas. Good courage to put an order in all of this!

Available on PS4, Xbox One and PC from $ 59.99

Narcissus

In Narcissus, an iPhone game with a nice and soothing electronic soundtrack and cool, simplistic graphics, you control not one but two little characters who run and must avoid the obstacles that are on their way. It is up to you to advance the two men at the same time. It will be easier to complete the game with the help of a teammate rather than alone, even if it remains feasible. To take full advantage of the game and not be too often slowed down in its progression through commercials, it would cost $ 1.99. In addition, since there are still no less than 50 levels … To advise for all those who adore their reflection in the mirror.

Available free on the App Store

The Frostrune

The Frostrune adventure game in point ‘n’ click puts the player in the shoes of a teenager who lost his parents in a shipwreck and finds himself left to himself on a seemingly deserted Scandinavian island. With advanced graphics and a soundtrack that perfectly sticks to its enigmatic and even mystical ambiance, the game offers an intriguing dive into Nordic mythology. Long and often contemplative, The Frostrune puts on a strange and cold atmosphere. The discovery of this curious world and the answers to all the questions that one asks at the beginning (What happened to this island? To whom belonged the camp where the main character takes refuge?) Will require patience. Maybe a little too much for some.

Available on the App Store and Google Play for $ 9.99

Kona

Rich industrialist installed in Northern Quebec, W. Hamilton deplores strange acts of vandalism on his property and therefore calls on Carl Faubert, a private detective in charge of elucidating the case. Unfortunately, for the latter, a violent blizzard fell on Atamipek Lake as soon as its investigation began. In a retro atmosphere (with a small side Fargo), he will have to face a hostile icy environment and will have to face supernatural events to achieve his ends. A friendly discovery that has the advantage of being very affordable.

Available on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Mac from $ 19.99

Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass

As part of a series of four additional content, EA and Dice presents They Shall Not Pass, a paid extension of BF 1 with four new maps, several weapons, and vehicles, but above all a new promising game mode: forehead’.Suffice to say you will take pleasure in killed the enemy in a squad up from scratch with your friends. Knowing that the ‘Front Line’ parts may last up to two hours.

Available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One from $42.00