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PC Game releases for March 2015

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Assassin's Creed Rogue

We're almost done with one quarter of 2015, and we've already had some pretty great PC games that are exclusive to the system, as well as some awesome support from folks like Bandai Namco, bringing a lot of their console games over to Steam with releases like Dragon Ball Xenoverse and Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires.

The PC games coming in March will allow you to fight for the Templars in Assassin's Creed Rogue, explore the galaxy in Sid Meier's Starships, and relive the glory days of party-based fantasy RPGs with Pillars of Eternity.

Assassin's Creed Rogue - March 10

Assassin's Creed Rogue might have released last year, but it never actually made it to the PC. That changes this month, as the last-gen Creed finally comes to PC.

What's awesome about Rogue's storyline is that you're not playing as the Assassins, but you're actually playing as one of the Templars, hunting the Assassins down. That's pretty awesome.

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number - March 10

The highly controversial indie game is finally getting the sequel it deserves with Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. The game will take place before and after the events of the original.

Ori and the Blind Forest - March 11

This gorgeous indie game revolves around Ori, who is a tiny white spirit, on a quest to save its bear-like mother from a dark spirit.

I honestly know very little about the game's story, but I think that's for the better. Though what I could gather from the trailer alone, is that this will not only be one of the most gorgeous games on the Xbox One, but also very emotional.

Sid Meier's Starships - March 12

Sid Meier's Starships

This latest strategy game from Sid Meier will take place in the same universe as Sid Meier's Civilization Beyond Earth, but will have you explore the galaxy with various starships, establishing contact with various lifeforms through military and diplomatic means.

Battlefield Hardline - March 17

What can I say, another year, another Battlefield. Though I guess that's a little harsh, since Call of Duty is way more guilty of that.

This year, the theme is cops and robbers. In the game's main campaign, you'll be going through an episodic adventure, much like a TV show, as you take control of two cops.

Of course where the game will either live or die by its fanbase will be the multiplayer. Visceral opted for more fast paced gameplay, where police players will be able to kill their enemies, or also incapacitate and arrest them.

Pillars of Eternity - March 26

Pillars of Eternity

If you enjoyed games like Planescape Torment and Baldur's Gate of old, then get ready for Pillars of Eternity, which will include some party-based gameplay and an epic storyline.

Dead or Alive 5 Last Round - March 30

While the busty ladies of Dead or Alive 5 have already been gracing their presence on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, they needed some extra time to ensure they look their best on the PC.

Life is Strange Episode 2 - TBA

The first episode of this episodic title from Dontnod Entertainment was surprisingly good, with some great time rewind mechanics that allowed you to always experience different key events in the game in multiple ways. The second episode can't come soon enough as there are so many questions left unanswered.

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