March’s Top 5 Child-Friendly Games (in chronological order):
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 (March 8th) – Teen Rating
Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 has the most extensive character roster so far in the Naruto Shippuden series, meaning that players and fans alike will be spoilt for choice when it comes to playing their favourites. Revolving around the legendary Fourth Great Ninja War, the storyline of this game offers a wide variety of exhilarating adventures, and excitement waiting around every corner.
The Amazing Spiderman for Wii U (March 8th) – Teen Rating
Set after the film The Amazing Spider-Man, the game of the same name now comes to Wii U! Take part in Spidey’s adventures throughout Manhattan with the use of his web slinging super powers, and discover a whole new chapter in Peter Parker’s life. Take on Oscorp, and finish off Rhino and Lizard once and for all!
Lego City: Undercover (March 28th)
This open world action and adventure game has been developed for Nintendo’s innovative Wii U console, and is designed to make full use of the interactive game pad. Play as undercover cop Chase McCain as he goes hunting for criminals in the sandbox Lego City, constantly disguising yourself and using awesome moves to chase down and catch criminals.
Luigi’s Mansion 2: Dark Moon (March 28th)
The sequel to the 2001 game for the Nintendo GameCube, Luigi’s Mansion 2 tracks the adventures of Luigi as he explores various haunted mansions, on a mission to capture ghosts with his special vacuum cleaner. Fix the Dark Moon, and restore peace to Evershade Valley.
Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (March 29th)
The fourth game in the Sly Cooper series, Thieves in Time follows the same gameplay style of platform stealth. The Thievius Racoonus’, a book chronicling the Cooper family’s tricks of the trade, words are erasing from its pages, so Sly and the gang travel through time in order to repair it and save Cooper history.