We're two months into 2016. All four of my new year's resolutions have been annulled, Leo finally got his long-deserved golden statue, and some damn fine video games are primed for release.
This month we'll finally find out whether The Division really will become the Destiny killer Ubisoft is hoping for, everyone's favorite clean shaven hitman returns to polish off some contracts, and Nintendo's Pokkén Tournament arrives to brighten up the Wii U's sparse catalogue. Here's what else releases this March...
Heavy Rain (PlayStation 4) - David Cage's open ended mystery arrives on the PS4. Press X to Jason all over again.
Mortal Kombat XL (PlayStation 4, Xbox One) - The most brutal fighting game of 2015 returns with all new characters like the Xenomorph from Alien, and The Texas Chansaw Massascre's Leatherface.
Black Desert Online (PC) - Famed for its visually stunning character creation system, the Koran MMO heads west.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD (Wii U) - Nintendo continue to resurrect the Zelda series with its latest HD remastering of Link's wolf-themed adventure.
Tom Clancy's The Division (PlayStation 4, Windows PC, Xbox One) - 3 years after it was officially announced, Ubisoft's answer to Destiny finally hits shelves, but it will it lice up to the hype?
Hitman (PlayStation 4, Windows PC, Xbox One) - Agent 47 is back in business, delivering clinical stealth action in episodic form.
EA Sports UFC 2 (PlayStation 4, Xbox One) - Settle the Rousey/Holm debate for good, or just button mash against your friends.
Pokkén Tournament (Wii U) - This Pokémon Stadium callback looks beautiful and commemorate's the franchise's 20 year anniversary.
Trackmania Turbo (Xbox One, PS4, PC) - The split-reaction racer has been a PC favorite for years, now finally getting its chance to shine on consoles.
Hyrule Warriors Legends (Nintendo 3DS) - Tetra and the Hyrule Warriors come to the Nintendo 3DS in a travel friendly version of last year's Wii U title.
Adr1ft (Rift, PC) - Pitched as Gravity the game, Adr1ft is set to show off VR's transformative capabilities, simulating a space-set disaster movie.
MLB 16: The Show (PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4) - It's baseball, folks.