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Resident Evil 4 joins this week’s upcoming games

Resident Evil 4, Have a Nice Death and more!

Happy Monday, everyone! It’s the start of another new week, which means we have even more new releases to look forward to. Whether you want to face off against Las Plagas in Resident Evil 4 or jump into the charmingly macabre Have a Nice Death, there’s something for you. So, let’s not waste anymore time as we dive into this week’s upcoming games.

Remnant: From The Ashes (Mar. 21)

Starting things off this week, we have Remnant: From The Ashes. Developed by Gunfire Games and published by Gearbox Publishing, this third-person survival action shooter places you into a post-apocalyptic world overrun by monstrous creatures. Throughout the game, you and up to two other survivors must face down hordes of deadly monsters as humanity’s final hope.

As you battle your way through the game, you’ll also explore endlessly dynamic worlds that change each time you play through them. Essentially, no playthrough will ever feel quite the same. While the game first launched in 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Nintendo Switch players can blast into Remnant: From The Ashes tomorrow.

Tchia (Mar. 21)

Cruising into your home next is Tchia. Developed by Awaceb and published by Kepler Interactive, this tropical open-world adventure sees you take on the role of the titular character Tchia on a journey to save her father. Throughout the game, you’ll climb, glide, swim and sail your boat around the beautiful archipelago. In addition, you can take control of any animal or object you find, and even play along on a fully playable Ukulele.

As you play your way through the touching story, you’ll also meet a diverse cast of characters all inspired by New Caledonian cultures. All of the animated cutscenes feature voice acting in traditional language to better immerse you into the charming world. Tchia journeys out to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC tomorrow.

Have a Nice Death (Mar. 22)

Have a Nice Death

Then, developer Magic Design Studios and publisher Gearbox Publishing take us to the corporate afterlife of Have a Nice Death. In this 2D action roguelike, you play as nonother than Death himself as he runs his operation of reaping souls. However, the CEO of Death Incorporated now finds himself teetering on the edge of burnout in this darkly comedic tale.

Throughout the game, you’ll explore a procedurally generated Death Inc. as you travel through the gothic-inspired departments. As you battle through a series of enemies in fast-paced hack n’ slash combat, you’ll also discover and upgrade over 30 unique weapons and spells. Have a Nice Death hits your Nintendo Switch and PC this Wednesday.

Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key (Mar. 23)

Fans of Atelier Ryza won’t want to miss Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key. Developed and published by Koei Tecmo, the third and final chapter of Ryza’s adventure is about to begin. The game begins when a group of islands called Klark Isles appear near Ryza’s hometown. From there she and her friends go on a journey that centers around a key and the roots of alchemy.

In the game, you’ll be able to explore a vast world that feels alive and interconnected without waiting on loading screens. In addition, you can form a party of up to 11 members to accompany you on your adventure with new and old characters alike. You can venture into Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key this Thursday when it comes to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Storyteller (Mar. 23)

Storyteller lets you be the author of your own adventure. Developed by Daniel Benmergui and published by Annapurna Interactive, this unique title centers around you crafting your own stories by putting fun twists on historical tales. Featuring charming animations and a cool comic-panel design, this interactive puzzle game offers lots of ways to experiment with classic fables.

Throughout the game, you’ll play with a library full of characters and themes, including iconic heroes and villains. Using a blank canvas, you can manipulate secrets and desires, slay monsters, betray lovers and more. You can open the book to Storyteller this Thursday on Nintendo Switch and PC.

EA Sports PGA Tour (Mar. 24)

EA Sports PGA Tour lets you live out your professional golfing dreams. The new game promises the most realistic golf physics to date. One way it accomplishes this is through the Pure Strike mechanics that provide unique golf swings with a fluid feel and realistic outcomes.

In addition, the game offers a deep career mode to become a Major champion, as well as 30 unique courses to tee-off at. With multiplayer of up to 16 players, this is a must have game for any golf fan. You can swing into EA Sports PGA Tour when it hits PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC this Friday.

Resident Evil 4 (Mar. 24)

Resident Evil 4 Screenshot

Closing out this week is the long-awaited remake of Resident Evil 4. Capcom’s return to one of the most successful games in the series will follow the footsteps of the previous two remakes by modernizing the graphics and controls to provide a definitive survival horror experience. Players will once again take control of Leon S. Kennedy as he battles his way through the Las Plagas-infected village on a quest to save the President’s daughter Ashley.

For those who played the RE2 and remakes, you should feel at home with RE4’s gameplay. However, the gameplay mechanics of Resident Evil 4 won’t be a simple cut-and-paste job of RE2 and 3 either. One new command coming to RE4 is the ability to crouch. In addition, you can now parry attacks and counter using your knife. You can roundhouse kick your way into Resident Evil 4 this Friday when it crawls out onto PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

What upcoming games will you be playing this week?

Overall, we have a ton of exciting new game releases to look forward to this week. Whether you want to return to the nightmarish village of Resident Evil 4 or explore the corporate afterlife of Have a Nice Death, there’s something new for you. So, what game are you most excited to start this week? As always, let us know what you think in the comments!

Sam Fronsman

A writer with a love for video games, both new and old. A collector of games, CDs and DVDs. Can sometimes be found behind a camera or playing guitar. The X-Men games for SEGA Genesis will always hold great memories.
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