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Xbox Game Pass – Games you might have missed: March Edition

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Another month, another great selection of titles added to XBOX GAME PASS! With such a wealth of titles, your friendly neighbourhood bearded gamer’s have once again cherry-picked a selection that you may have missed. This month we have a super-stacked lineup featuring 2 first time entries into the Xbox catalogue, simulations, great balls of fire and kung-fu gangsters, let’s get started.

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Two Point Hospital

Serving as the long-awaited spiritual successor to Theme Hospital, Two Point Hospital tasks players with constructing and operating an empire of hospitals in a comical take on medicinal simulation set in the fictional Two Point County, with the goal of curing patients of fictitious, comical ailments. Because visiting real hospitals is unpopular, the emphasis on humour to lighten the mood was deemed important by the developers.

 

The Surge 2

The follow up to Deck 13’s popular and brutal sci-fi take on the soul’s formula cranks things up a notch by delivering a larger more varied environment in Jericho City. Before the nanites can break the wall’s down and destroy the remains of humanity, it’s up to you “The Warrior” to save the day by battling through all manner of cybernetic abominations using tactical dismemberment to cut foes down to size.

 

Yakuza 0

For the first time, Xbox players are able to experience Yakuza and where better to start than Yakuza 0, a deeply human story fueled by action, drama, a wide cast of loveable characters, along with a huge variety of hilarious sub-stories and mini-games that will keep you entertained for hours. You don’t want to miss this one.

 

Kingdom Hearts 3

Another first for Xbox fans, Kingdom Hearts 3, the long-running popular mix of Disney and Square Enix is available on GamePass now. Embark on an adventure that spans the Disney universe: Travel across Disney-Pixar worlds to protect them from the Heartless invasion, and befriend and join heroes from Toy Story, Big Hero 6, Tangled, Hercules and more.

 

Train Sim World

Want something a bit more relaxing? then step into the shoes of a train driver and travel the English countryside. Train Sim World caters to players of all ability levels, featuring guided tutorials that cover everything you need to operate the locomotives and become a master of the rails. Climb into the cab and learn to operate a range of locos step-by-step, quickly moving from novice to expert.

 

Ace Combat 7

Whether you are a Maverick or a Topper Harley, you’ll feel right at home here. Ace Combat 7 puts you in the cockpit of the most advanced warplanes ever developed and delivers the fiercest air combat experience ever created through photorealistic visuals, intense dog-fighting action, a multitude of authentic and futuristic aircraft to fly and an immersive storyline.

 

NBA 2K20

The award-winning NBA2K series comes to GamePass featuring dynamic, TV-style presentation and cutting edge graphics to bring the experience to life. From the blacktop to the hardwood and throughout the Neighborhood, NBA 2K20 and its next-level features are the closest thing to actually playing in the league. The MyCAREER experience features topical storylines, true-to-life basketball characters, and a star-studded cast.

 

Ori and the Will of the Whisps

From the creators of Ori and the Blind Forest, the acclaimed adventure game with more than 50 awards and nominations, comes the highly-anticipated sequel, Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Embark on an all-new adventure in a vast and exotic world where you’ll encounter towering enemies and challenging puzzles on your quest to unravel Ori’s true destiny.

 

What have you been playing from the fine selection on Game Pass? Anything you think we should take a look at and add to next months list? Get in touch via social media or leave a comment below.

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