The start of March brings a heap of new gaming news, so let’s get right down to it:

Trials First Ever Outing on a Playstation Console Coming Soon

Ubisoft announced that Trials Fusion, the third game of the Trials series will be released on the 16th of April. It will be available for Playstation 3/4, Xbox 360/One and also on Steam. This is big news for Playstation fans as this is the first Trials game to be released on a Playstation console.

The game will cost €15/£15.99 digitally and a season pass will be available at launch.

Play A Slice Of History: Pac-Man Museum Out Now

Namco Bandai recently released Pac Man Museum on the Playstation Network, Xbox Live Arcade and PC download. The game features 10 different Pac-Man games throughout this gaming icon’s lifetime. Some examples of games included are the original Pac-Man, Mrs Pac-Man and Pac-Man Championship Edition.

Pac-Man Museum is currently available to download for €20/£15.99 on most digital marketplaces.

Playstation 4 Now At 6 Million Consoles Sold After Japanese Launch

Sony has now sold over 6 million Playstation 4 consoles after recently releasing the console in Japanese territories. When the Playstation 4 was originally released, it became the fastest selling console in UK history. Sony had announced that it aimed to sell 5 million consoles before the end of March, however they still have a month left and are already 1 million ahead of their goal.

Twitch Arrives To Xbox One

On March 11th, and update will be released for the Xbox One that will allow you to stream your games through Twitch, a popular videogame streaming website. Twitch streaming has always been planned for the Xbox One, but was not available on the console until now. Broadcasts can be started and stopped by kinect voice commands on top of other features like being able to send game invites to other Xbox One broadcasters.

GameStop Matches PS4 Pricing for Xbox One

Gamestop recently announced that they were slashing the price of the Xbox One/Titanfall bundle to £369.97, matching the price of the PS4/Killzone: Shadowfall bundle. Many critics have pointed out that the Playstation 4’s lower price point as a key factor of why it is currently outselling the Xbox One. Could this price drop turn the tables? We’ll have to wait and see.

Another Month, Another Bunch of Games for Playstation Plus

Playstation Plus subscribers get access to 6 new free games this month. For PS4  users, ‘Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition’ is available to download right now. Over on the PS3, last year’s major hit ‘Tomb Raider’ is free for PS + users as well as two very popular indie games: ‘Thomas Was Alone’ and ‘Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut’. Lastly, ‘Unit 13’ and ‘Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite’ are this months free games for the PS Vita.

Dead Nation Stumbles onto PS4

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition is out now for the PS4. Originally released on the PS3 by developer Housemarque, the PS4 version contains the main campaign from the PS3 version as well as the ‘Road to Devastation’ expansion. Housemaruqe also announced that the game runs in 1080p. As mentioned in the previous paragraph, it is currently free for Playstation Plus users or €14.99/£11.99 for non-subscribers.

Suit up with GTA Online’s Business Update 

Recently released for GTA Online, the business update brings new vehicles, clothes and weapons including the ‘Dinka Jester’ sports car or the ‘Vestra’ airplane. Best of all? The update is completely free. Go download it now.

WatchDogs Release Date Announced

After much anticipation (and a delay or two) Ubisoft announced that Watchdogs finally has a release date: May 27th. The game will launch for PS4/PS3/Xbox 360/Xbox One and PC with a Wii U version coming at a later date.

Watch the brand new story trailer here.

Costume Quest 2 And Gone Home Coming To Consoles

Just announced today, Costume Quest 2 and Gone Home are both coming to consoles later this year. Double Fine has announced that Costume Quest 2 will arrive on consoles + PC this Halloween after acquiring the rights last year from THQ. Costume Quest 2 tells the story of two twins who assume the powers of any costume they dress up in.
Gone Home, developed by the Fullbright Company will be brought to consoles by Midnight City. No specific consoles have been announced yet, but a release date fall 2014 has been mentioned.

The announcement trailer for Costume Quest 2 can be found here and the announcement trailer for Gone Home (console edition) can be found here.