Traditionally, March kicks off the period of time when we get to see a ton of great Video Games hitting the store shelves and this month is no exception to that rule. The good news, for those who have the money to afford it, is that there is a brand new console on the scene that will hopefully bring even more good news when it comes to video games players are going to desperately want to play. If there is a drawback to the kicking off of this particular season, it's that it can be hard to keep track of what gamers should play.

'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' - March 3

The first game on the list and likely the most anticipated game of the early part of the year, and is going to be out in just two days. "The Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" releases for both the Nintendo Switch and the Wii U in just two days. This is a game that was once thought to be coming during the Holiday season of 2016 but eventually got pushed back. It ended up being a launch title for the Switch but if you don't have that console yet, you can still play it on the previous Nintendo device.

'Ghost Recon Wildlands' - March 7

Next Tuesday is the true explosion of much-anticipated video games and it kicks off with two big releases. The first of those two is "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands." This game centers around a team of paramilitary soldiers who are looking to take down a drug cartel in a massive open world.

Tom Clancy games are always well received by the public and this one should be not exception. It will be coming to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

'Nier Automata' - March 7

The other much-anticipated video game releasing on March 7 is "Nier Automata." The PS4 console exclusive looks like it should be visually amazing. The plot of this game is set in the far-flung future where humans have been booted from Earth by an alien invasion and have taken up residence on the moon.

Androids will fight for our homeland in an attempt to get back in "Nier Automata."

'Star Trek: Bridgecrew' - March 14

"Star Trek Bridgecrew" might be the most anticipated video game in the short history of large-scale VR games. Coming to the PlayStation VR, as well as the Vive and Rift, this game hopes to make people feel as though they really are on the bridge of a star fleet ship.

Your mission is to explore alone or online with other players and find a new home for the Vulcan race.

'Mass Effect: Andromeda' - March 21

The fourth installment of the "Mass Effect" series finally lands for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC on March 21 after the game was delayed several times. Video game fans have been waiting for another chapter in the story, but if there is a question surrounding this title, it's how well this one will be received since it's a standalone adventure. It looks good enough to get people excited, though.