Xbox Tavern’s ONES TO WATCH: March 2024

WWE 2K24 -2K
Mar 8th

WWE and it’s annual release are back to finish their own redemption story. Featuring a metric shitload of modes, superstars, and match types, this latest entry looks set to be the biggest and baddest yet. And for the first time since 2K20 we get an official Fiend/Wyatt character selection, so that’s gotta be worth it alone!
Check out our review here.

The Outlast Trials – Red Barrels
Mar 5th

Outlast is one of my favourite horror games; being alone with the super tense atmosphere, truly grisly imagery and scenarios, and the complete lack of a way to fight back made for a wonderfully frightening experience. But now, we can have up to three friends along for the ride, can it manage to maintain some of that terror? Well, as you can tell from the video above it certainly can, albeit with a few more laughs then we’d usually have in this world. Review coming soon, but this has been a surprise hit at Tavern Towers so far.

Open Roads – Annapurna Interactive
Mar 28th

Open Roads is a narrative adventure that follows the tale of mother and daughter as they go an adventure to discover their past, and more. Annapurna rarely miss with the games they choose to publish, and this has some added star power in Kaitlyn Dever and Keri Russell in the lead roles. It looks stunning, and we can’t wait to see where their adventure takes them towards the end of the month.

Alone in the Dark – THQ Nordic
Mar 20th

One of the OG survival horrors is back, this time with even more celebrity! With Jodie Comer and David Harbour taking up lead roles Emily and Edward respectively, Alone in the Dark certainly captures the attention. Can it build on more than name power alone though and provide a decent alternative to Resident Evil‘s recent resurgence? Early signs look promising, and we don’t have long to wait now.

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I've been gaming since Spy vs Spy on the Master System, growing up as a Sega kid before realising the joy of multi-platform gaming. These days I can mostly be found on smaller indie titles, the occasional big RPG and doing poorly at Rainbow Six: Siege. Gamertag: Enaksan

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