Developer: Irrational Games > Publisher: 2K Games > Systems: PC, PS3, Xbox 360 > Rating: M > Release Date: March 26
Dirigible cities are keen, but ordinary Americans take exception to Exceptionalism when it aims at them from above. If you can find the woman at the heart of the rebellion, she'll make time for you.
Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel
Developer: Visceral Games > Publisher: Electronic Arts > Systems: PS3, Xbox 360 > Rating: M > Release Date: March 26
This is the one where Army of Two goes for "three," and with backup from Big Boi and B.o.B., we're betting on new operatives Alpha and Bravo to give those drug cartel baddies a dickens of a scolding.
Gears of War: Judgment
Developers: Epic Games, People Can Fly > Publisher: Microsoft Studios > System: Xbox 360 > Rating: M > Release Date: March 19
Are the results of this epic studio team-up really going to fly? With unreal graphics, new multiplayer modes, and a more character-driven narrative, chances are pretty good in our judgment.
Lego City: Undercover
Developer: TT Games> Publisher: Nintendo of America > System: Wii U > Rating: E10+ > Release Date: March 18
Nintendo uncovers some brand new Lego real estate, built brick-brick by the veterans at TT Games. Why not get a jump on things? Cop a controller and make a break for it—the Chase is on!
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
Developer: Next Level Games > Publisher: Nintendo of America > System: 3DS > Rating: E > Release Date: March 24
So you're saying you had to wait way too long for this ghost-vacuuming GameCube sequel? Lighten up, player. Luigi is in the house. Sometimes, it's fun when it sucks.
Developer: Ganbarion > Publisher: Xseed Games > System: Wii > Rating: T > Release Date: March 26
Curses! Who ordered the demon burger platter!? Beauty is becoming the beast, but you're just the hero to cook up a cure, in this combat-heavy adventure with a classical music soundtrack.
by T.J. Deci