Bank heists and family feuds – Games you can play this week

Battlefield Hardline

This week, gamers get a handful of different games to please all types of enthusiasts – including the return of an FPS veteran, a family party game, a long-running fright-fest, a speedy new IP, and a hilarious point-and-click adventure.

Battlefield: Hardline

The latest in the Battlefield saga takes the series in a bold new direction. With Visceral at the helm, you can expect excellent design and tight control added to the brand that is Battlefield.

Multiplayer is of course the major selling point, but gamers can expect a far more rounded experience than previous series entries. All remains to be seen when the game hits PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC on 20 March.

Mario Party 10

Nintendo’s latest entry in the popular Mario Party franchise is primed to take advantage of the unique features of the Wii U’s gamepad.

Including touchscreen functionality, unique mini-games that take advantage of these features, and Amiibo support, this might be the Mario Party game to top them all. Coming 20 March.

Other game releases this week:

Xbox 360 release tag

Resident Evil Revelations 2
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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Two

PS3 release tag

Resident Evil Revelations 2
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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Two

PC release tag

Resident Evil Revelations 2
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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Two

Xbox One platform tag

Resident Evil Revelations 2
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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Two

PS4 platform tag

Resident Evil Revelations 2
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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Two

This article is courtesy of MenStuff.co.za.

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