The Best Upcoming Games March

It’s March again and ugh. The last year has been, well, let’s say naff and you can then insert other four-letter words there as you see fit. Thankfully for a lot of people, there are still excellent games coming out every month, and while they might not fix the world, they’re definitely offering a nice break from it. As ever, this article is here to tell you of five incredibly cool-looking games coming out in the month ahead of us.


We’re kicking off with a roguelike because this is the last time I’ll be writing this article and you can’t tell me what to do. Revita is a twin-stick roguelike platformer that looks adorable, but will probably be intensely frustrating because I’m always a little rubbish at them. Anyway, you have to play as an unnamed child who has to try and regain their memories from a creepy tower by sacrificing souls to get more powerful. Sounds great, doesn’t it?

Revita releases on March 3rd, so check it out.

The Life and Suffering of Sir Brante

The Life and Suffering of Sir Brante is a title I hope to never have to type again, but despite the number of words it contains, it does look rather intriguing. You get to guide Sir Brante throughout their entire life, and your decisions will completely change the outcome of the story and every interaction. It’s exciting, and while I don’t think it’s for me, I think this could be a very big one for lovers of reading.

The Life and Suffering of Sir Brante (I typed it again) is out on March 4th.

Drive Buy

Drive Buy offers you a chance to revisit the world of vehicular combat, and that’s a good enough reason to pay attention to it, to be honest. However, it’s not just blowing each other up that matters, you’ve also got to try and deliver packages. It’s a fun concept, and it looks good enough that it might just be your next multiplayer game.

You can skid out into the world when Drive Buy launches on March 31st.


If you think for even a single second that a game having Dog in the title isn’t a good enough reason to write about it, then you’re absolutely wrong. Dogworld is set after a great catastrophe where humanity has been driven underground. The good news though, is that dogs can talk in this world, and honestly, that sounds great.

You can probably pet the dog when Dogworld launches on March 18th.

Inspector Waffles

Finally, to make sure that cats and dogs are equally represented on this month’s list, we have Inspector Waffles. Inspector Waffles is an old-school detective adventure, but you get to be a cat. I don’t think I need to say anything else here to prove that this is worth paying attention to.

Inspector Waffles sleuths onto the scene on March 23rd.

If you like the look of these, then check out the 20 best games of the decade. That’s last decade though, not this decade, nothing good happened in 2020.