Top New Game Releases This Week On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC -- February 25 - March 3

It's a week of ports and premieres.

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New Releases is something of a bridge this week. This episode's games are crossing from February to March with debuts and a few ports. If you're a Nintendo Switch owner who hasn't played Payday 2 yet, it's a good week to give it a go. Bridge Constructor Portal is also headed to Nintendo's new system, as well as PS4 and Xbox One. Same goes for the shaman adventure Mulaka, which is also headed to PC. Meanwhile, strategy fans can save the world with Into the Breach, and racing fans can rev up with Gravel.

Payday 2 -- February 27

Available on: Switch

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The crime-spree continues on Nintendo's hybrid console. Thanks to the Switch's connectivity, this version offers local co-op, and the Joy-Cons' HD rumble means you'll feel the firing of every weapon. The Switch also gets an exclusive fifth playable crew member, named Joy.

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Into the Breach -- February 27

Available on: PC

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The next game from the duo behind FTL: Faster Than Light is all about saving the world from giant monsters. It's a minimalist strategy game where you'll command and upgrade mechs, but watch out: failing even one mission resets the timeline and sends you back to square one.

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Gravel -- February 27

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

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This racing game offers four different ways to compete: Cross Country races are long and sprawling, Wild Rush has you take multiple laps in crazy locations, Speed Cross sets you down on real-world tracks, and Stadium lets you go crazy with jumps and stunts. You can see all four modes in action in the video above.

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Bridge Constructor Portal -- February 28/March 1

Available on: Xbox One, Switch (2/28); PS4 (3/1)

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The goofy crossover game is making its way to consoles. Now, a whole new group of players can build around turrets and sentries using the classic orange and blue portals, repulsion gel, and everything else Aperture Science has come up with.

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Mulaka -- March 1

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch

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Mulaka is set in a place you don't usually visit in games: the Sierra Tarahumara in northern Mexico. You'll take control of a shaman who must restore beauty to the blighted land--and part of every purchase of the game goes toward non-profit organizations working to preserve the real-world location that inspired it.

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