Between a major new entry in the blockbuster "Far Cry" series — set in the United States for the first-time ever, no less — and a huge new entry in the Nintendo's beloved "Kirby" franchise, March is stacked with video game releases.
In the case of "Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition," you're getting the full original game plus a gaggle of new stuff.
Better still, on March 6 the "Windows Edition" of "Final Fantasy XV" finally launches.
"Scribblenauts" is a zany franchise that encourages silliness and creativity at every step.
By typing in various words, you're able to conjure stuff out of thin air — type in "chainsaw," and you'll get a chainsaw.
Traditionally, the games were focused on single-player, linear progression — and they were all on Nintendo handheld consoles.