A new month and a whole new week of gaming action. March is getting off to a bang with some serious zombie action (a standard with gaming releases these days, it seems) with the Zombie Army Trilogy and the second episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2; but to mix things up a little we also get a little rollercoaster-insanity with Screamride.
Zombie Army Trilogy
Confused about what Zombie Army Trilogy is and what’s in it? The trailer below will walk you through the game’s campaigns, enemies, combat, explosives, and different modes.
If you haven’t played the Zombie Army games before, they use the same engine and gameplay from Sniper Elite V2, notably it’s ridiculously gory, slow-motion X-Ray Kill cam, but forgoes its realistic and stealthy aspects in favor of huge numbers of Nazi zombie enemies.
Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode 2
4 March (PS3, PS4, Vita, PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One)
Taking the chapter structure of the previous Revelations and spreading it out over a series of weeks, the classic survival horror of Resident Evil is now an episodic experience, encouraging fans to discuss each chapter’s events while waiting for the next.
The first episode released to pretty good praise and the second drops this week via digital download on all the major platforms. Check out the trailer below:
6 March (Xbox 360, Xbox One)
Elite: Dangerous developer Frontier Developments follows up with a very different, but no less compelling game with this spiritual successor to RollerCoaster Tycoon. Build massive, Rube Goldbergian amusement park rides from the ground up, solving engineering problems with a robust physics engine.