Five new Steam games you probably missed - March week 3, 2022

We all need a break from competitive multiplayer games now and then, sit back and enjoy something different. Here’s a fresh list of recently dropped games that you can buy on Steam, picked among various genres.

Distant Worlds 2

If you are into the mind-boggling grognarg 4X Space Sims, or even rather remotely enjoying your time on Stellaris. This one’s for you. The long awaited sequel of Distant Worlds that came after 8 years. Options and attention to detail are simply immeasurable. Have fun being a space tyrant or god-emperor or whatever rubs your belly. More than 2k star systems to explore and exploit, and your classic formula of resource acquisition, diplomacy, all out warfare of extinction and brain-melting customization options for your spacecrafts.

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Release:‌ March 11

Developer:‌ CodeForce

Launch price:‌ ‌$50

WWE 2K22

WWE is back, and this time it truly hits different: With new controls and hundreds of features, you can even be a WWE General Manager in this one and compete against rival WWE teams and stars. Become the top-rated show by setting up intense rivalries, over-the-top match types, championship showdowns, pay-per-view events, and an ever-escalating arms race of arenas and audiences and live the never-ending nostalgia of WWE universe.

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Release:‌ March 11

Developer:‌ Visual Concepts

Launch price:‌ $60

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

Ultimate conclusion to the Persona’s Arena spin offs and a good action game at that. Persona 4 Arena Ultimax is a fighting game in which characters from Persona 3 and Persona 4 face each other utilising a range of special attacks, combinations, and Persona powers, similar to the previous release.

A new S-Hold system allows players to power up their strikes, in addition to balancing changes and new techniques for returning characters. The option to pick "Shadow Types'' for several of the game's characters is also unique to Ultimax.

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Release:‌ 17 March

Developer:‌ Arc System Works, ATLUS

Launch price:‌ $60


A story-driven, top-down rogue-like set in an alternate-history, Lovecraftian version of the French Revolution. How much better can it get than this? It's an isometric action rogue-like with a beautiful graphic design akin to recent Divinity games, where a deck building system with over 100 distinct cards defines every element of your character. There includes support for cooperative play for up to four players, as well as a voting mechanism for when key narrative decisions are made. Also robots.

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Release:‌ February 15

Developer:‌ Superstatic

Launch price:‌ $13.59

Have a Nice Death

Have a Nice Death is a 2D action roguelike in which you play as an exhausted1 Death whose staff have gone berserk, severely upsetting the soul balance - and his holiday plans. Your job is to explore the procedurally-generated headquarters of... Death. You also work for a company which is very surprisingly named Death Inc.

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Release:‌ March 9

Developer:‌ Magic Design Studios

Launch price:‌ ‌$15