Undertale, Kentucky Route Zero, and more to leave Xbox Game Pass

It’s time for another Xbox Game Pass refresh, which sees some interesting games entering the platform and some must-haves leaving. You can check out the full list of games heading to Game Pass and which ones are dropping on Xbox Game Pass websitebut i thought i could call some of them here.

Preview Valheim will arrive on Game Pass on March 14. I missed the overwhelming hype for this game due to its PC exclusive. Now, with its console debut around the corner, I’m interested to see what it’s all about. The game exploded in 2021and even if it is no longer talked about as if it were the new trend, I still know people who play regularly and with enthusiasm.

On the other side of the Game Pass equation, some phenomenal games are leaving the platform on March 15, and you should check them out before they’re gone.

If you somehow missed the last seven (Seven??) years of gaming culture, so let me make it clear to you that you have to play Subtitle. It’s a phenomenally written and designed game, full of emotionally moving moments that clash with absurdist, out-loud humor. Gameplay and story intertwine seamlessly, reinforcing each other and culminating in an explosive climax shaped by your own decisions. Subtitle is the model for the indie game success story of the past 10 years. Play it, if not for your own enrichment, at least to understand what all the young people are talking about when they say “Tumblr Sexyman.”

I have to practice what I preach on this one because despite there being a big mental note pinned in my head to play this game, I still haven’t. My colleagues from The edge And my peers elsewhere I loved this game, but still ignored it to my absolute shame. Maybe give it a chance and tell me about it so I can finally let go and try. But if you manage to miss it before it leaves the platform on March 15, it’s on netflix.

Square Enix didn’t think guardians of the galaxy It was a success, but I do not agree. It’s a crime game that I think combines the best of Marvel storytelling with a perfectly decent action-RPG. Killer soundtrack too.

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