Now too many years in the making to actually keep track of, Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom finally has a release date. It's April 18.
Flapping its way on Steam Early Access in July last year, March 30 is the day Sunburned Games has set for the The Great Whale Road to enter full release.
If you've never had the chance to fight with the busts of your fellow man, now's your chance. Battle Brothers leaves early access March 24.
Cutting it close enough to practically call it the March update, Studio Wildcard released more than a few new beasts into ARK: Survival Evolved with patch 255 - and they're promising even more for this month's patch 256.
Agreeing with Gabe Newell's comments earlier this month that modders absolutely need to be compensated for their efforts, Studio Wildcard are jumping in to do just that.
With years of Early Access service under its belt, ARK: Survival Evolved spread its wings to other platforms before becoming a complete game. With the end not visible in the distance, the PC version of the dino survival sim has climbed up to update #250 - somewhat of a landmark achievement when it comes to software support.
Words to live by seems to be the general idea of the newest Tokyo 42 gameplay tour as Paul from Mode 7 Games gives us cop shot tips for the cop drops.
After accumulating a few pieces of negative feedback, the developers of The Other 99 took spun negative Steam reviews into positive outlooks in a little over two weeks.
Cutting it close with it's expected Q1 2017 release date, Focus Home Interactive is keeping the dream of Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom alive with a new overview trailer.
ticking to their guns, Armello received its v1.6 update at the start of the month. Depending on individual player taste, we'd say the first update mentioned in the announcement post is the one to be the most excited for.