Weekly Game Release Highlights, March 30-April 5

It's baseball season and that means it's time for MLB 15: The Show to take the field this week.


Play ball! Baseball season is here and that means it's time for MLB 15: The Show to take the field on PlayStation platforms. It's a big week for PlayStation, in general, with Axiom Verge and Paperbound also set to release. Meanwhile, Neverwinter hits the Xbox One and Dead or Alive 5: Last Round makes it out onto PC. Check out the full list below!


  • Dead or Alive 5: Last Round (download - $40)
  • Paperbound (download)
  • Bloodsports.TV (download - $10)
  • Attack of the Labyrinth (download)
  • The Spatials (download)
  • Gravilon (download)
  • Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure (download)
  • Joe's Diner (download)
  • Motivational Growth (download)
  • Make it indie! (download)
  • Jaques Roque (download)
  • Wildlife Park (download)
  • Shutter (download)
  • VoidExpanse (download)
  • Finding Teddy 2 (download)
  • Out There: Ω Edition (download)
  • Crazy Steam Bros (download)
  • Reverse Side (download)

PlayStation 4

  • MLB 15: The Show
  • Toukiden Kiwami
  • Axiom Verge (download)
  • Paperbound (download)
  • R.B.I. Baseball 15 (download)
  • Woah Dave! (download)
  • Rack n Ruin (download)

Xbox One

  • Neverwinter

Xbox 360

  • None

PlayStation 3

  • MLB 15: The Show
  • Anna: Extended Edition (download)
  • MX vs ATV Untamed (download - PS2 Classic)
  • Shadow Tower (download - PS1 Classic)
  • Tabletop Cricket (download)

Wii U

  • Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures (download)


  • MLB 15: The Show
  • Toukiden Kiwami
  • Run Sackboy Run (download)
  • Doodle Kingdom (download)

Nintendo 3DS

  • Story of Seasons
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