Coming to Stores: March 27th Edition

Quarter 2 is upon us, and the releases finally simmer down and give us some breathing room. The last three to four weeks have been hectic and we end the quarter with golfing, dancing and some MMA. You can’t get much better than that, can you? We’ll have a review of Tiger Woods in the coming week, so be sure to check back. As a “non-golf guy”, I am loving the game and having a lot of fun with it. ~ Don

Please note dates are subject to change, and these do not account for digital releases, which can sometimes be as important as retail releases. Don’s personal picks are highlighted in red.


That top would look amazing on me..


  • Tuesday, March 27 ~ Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 (PS3 & X360)

X360 only:

  • Tuesday, March 27 ~ Country Dance All-Stars

Golf games get a more realistic approach as Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 hits store shelves. I skipped last year, but I received an early copy from EA Sports, and I can confirm that the realism is absurdly accurate. They also added an interesting mode which lets you play key points in Tiger’s career (which started at age 2, mind you). If golf isn’t your thing, put on your cowboy boots and get in line for some good ole’ fashioned country line dancing with Country Dance All-Stars.


Haha, top-mount posit- no, nevermind. Not going there.. -.-

Nintendo 3DS:

Sorry, between four sites (three retail, and the other being GameFAQs), no one had any firm releases. No big games this week though, either way.

Sony Playstation Vita

  • Tuesday, March 27 ~ Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted

Yay! A Vita game! Oh.. it’s a mixed-martial arts game? Yes, Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted comes out this week to tickle the realistic fighting game fan in us all. Or is it?


 What are you picking up this week? Let us know in the comments below!!


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Author: Don Parsons View all posts by
Starting out as a founding member of Gamingcore Podcast, Don ventured on to start Gameciety; which began as a podcast, and ended as a blog. Don now handles's PR work, is part of the reviews staff and has various other little projects he does for the site.