Xbox Games to Watch March 21-25

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Next week’s Xbox release slate promises quite a range, with a total of 14 games coming to Xbox consoles coming between March 21-25. If you’re wondering what to expect, then we’ve got you covered. From RPGs and indie games to weird and quirky new titles, here’s what you need to be careful next week on Xbox!

Tuesday

Things kick off on Tuesday with three games. Kraken Academy is a Technicolor adventure where you must team up with a magical Kraken and exploit a time loop to save the world. Kraken Academy will be available on Game Pass. Tainted Grail: Conquest is a deck-building roguelike/RPG already available on PC Game Pass and now coming to Xbox.

Finally, Zero Escape: The Nonary Games rounds out Tuesday’s lineup. This is a set of remasters of two previous titles in the adventure game series. It will come to Game Pass when it releases.

Wednesday

Four games are set to release on the 23rd. A place for the reluctant is an exploration-based adventure game promising a narrative experience that mixes a bit of Dickens with a bit of Lovecraft for a unique experience.

Richy’s Nightmares is a platformer that gamers might find reminiscent of classic Limbo, at least at first glance. The pizza boy who saved the world is a visual novel about a time-traveling pizza boy created by a former pizza delivery driver. Ultimately, Thunder Kid: In Pursuit of the Robot Emperor uses run-and-gun action and a scaled-down visual style reminiscent of the PS One era.

Thursday

On the 24th, A Memoir Blue will be a day one Game Pass game. The adventure game promises an unforgettable story and lots of atmosphere. (Point and click adventure game norco will also be released on Thursday, but not on Xbox. The game will however be available on PC Game Pass).

Friday

Once again, the week on Xbox will end on a high note with four great titles releasing just in time for the weekend. Aery — Calm Spirit 2 is a unique game that aims for a relaxing and zen experience in which the only objective is to fly like a bird and enjoy the beautiful landscapes that the game world has to offer.

Bouncy Boi in Puzzle Land offers a cute puzzle adventure with lots of colors and challenging puzzles galore. A retro-inspired twin-stick shooter, Devastating offers quite intense gameplay to go along with its spectacular visuals.

And to cap off the week in Xbox games with what will for many be the highlight of the week, The wonders of Tiny Tina is the perfect answer for those who need a new Borderlands fix. This spinoff features more of the same cel-shaded, run and gun looter-shooter action that made the Borderlands series such a hit. The game will be optimized for Series X/S and available via Smart Delivery.

There you have it: another exciting week in the works for Xbox releases, with plenty to look forward to. All in all, it’s been a very solid month for the Xbox brand so far, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down.

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