New Games: Monster Hunter Rise and It Takes Two arrive this week

New Games: Monster Hunter Rise and It Takes Two arrive this week

New Games

That just started is a very interesting week for gamers, who in a few days will be able to get their hands on highly anticipated titles such as Monster Hunter Rise for Nintendo Switch and It Takes Two.

Monster Hunter Rise is one of the most anticipated video games of the spring and will arrive on March 26, the same day will also be released It Takes Two (here our interview with producer Josef Fares), Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 for PC and Overcooked All You Can Eat.

Monday 22 March

Vaporum Lockdown | Switch

Tuesday 23 March

Overcooked! All You Can Eat | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC Sanity of Morris | PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mac Arkham Horror Mother's Embrace | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PCh Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 | PC Inspector Waffles | PC

Wednesday 24th March

Rip Them Off | Xbox One Paradise Lost | PS4, Xbox One, PC Tales From The Borderlands | Switch Hellbreachers | Switch Golf Royale | Tesla Force Switch | Switch

Thursday 25 March

Clea 2 | Xbox One, Switch, PC Scandal in the Spotlight | Switch Danger Scavenger | PS4, Xbox One, Switch El Hijo A Wild West | PS4, Xbox One, Switch DarQ Complete Edition | Switch Black Legend | PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, Switch, PC Bladed Fury | PS4, Xbox One, Switch Evil Inside | PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, Switch, PC MazM The Phantom of the Opera | Switch, PC The Fabled Woods | PC Yakuza 6 The Song of Life | Xbox One, PC Octopath Traveler | Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One Paperball Deluxe | Switch Dandy Ace | PC Kosmokrats | Switch Little Kite | Get-A-Grip Chip Switch | Switch Krystopia A Puzzle Journey | Future Aero Racing S Ultra Switch | Switch Gold Digger | Switch Mega Mall Story 2 | Switch BodyQuest | Switch Barrage Fantasia | Switch Toon Shooters 2 The Freelancers | Mancala Classic Board Game Switch | Switch Mahluk Dark Demon | Switch Wild Park Manager | Switch The Bus | PC Mech Mechanic Simulator | PC The Fabled Woods | PC Dorfromantik | PC The Tenants | PC

Friday, March 26

Spacebase Startopia | PS5, PS4, Xbox One, PC Kaze and the Wild Masks | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC It Takes Two | PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, PC Balan Wonderworld | PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, Switch, PC Genesis Noir | Xbox One, Switch, PC, Mac Crash Bandicoot 4 It's About Time | PC Tank Brawl 2 Armor Fury | Xbox One, PC Monster Hunter Rise | Switch Die With Glory | Xbox One Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 | PS5, Xbox Series X Doodle Games Bundle | Switch One Escape | Switch Power Racing Bundle 2 | Switch Out of the Park Baseball 22 | PC, Mac Also noteworthy is the debut of Yakuza 6 The Song of Life on Xbox, the arrival of the next-gen update of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2, the release of Balan Wonderworld and the debut of Crash Bandicoot 4 on PC. Not bad right?

Unbeaten U.S. men’s soccer team has an Olympic berth within reach

a group of people playing a game of <a href="">football</a>: Sebastian Soto, center, and <a href="">the United States</a> defeated Jose de la Cruz and the Dominican Republic, 4-0, in Olympic qualifying. (Ulises Ruiz/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images) Sebastian Soto, center, and the United States defeated Jose de la Cruz and the Dominican Republic, 4-0, in Olympic qualifying. (Ulises Ruiz/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images)

The U.S. under-23 national soccer team has up to three matches remaining at the Olympic men’s qualifying tournament in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Only one will matter.

By winning their first two games, the Americans clinched a place in the Concacaf semifinals, which will determine the region’s two representatives at the Summer Games in Tokyo.

The United States will complete group play Wednesday against Mexico (9:30 p.m. Eastern time on Fox Sports 1), but with both teams having already secured passage, the match is for seeding purposes only. The Mexicans also won their first two matches and lead the United States on goal differential, meaning a draw would be enough for them to finish first.

Both teams will play separate semifinals next Sunday, with their opponents to be determined. Kickoff times are 6 p.m. and 9 p.m., both on FS1. The March 30 final is for regional bragging rights only.

The USWNT and France, two titans of women’s soccer, will meet again in April

In the other group, which will play its second set of matches Monday, Honduras and Canada are in prime position to advance. El Salvador and Haiti are the other teams.

On Sunday, the United States moved a step closer to its first Olympic berth since 2008 by rallying from a scoreless first half to rout the Dominican Republic, 4-0. That came three days after a 1-0 triumph over Costa Rica.

Mexico, the tournament favorite, has beaten the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica by 3-0 scores.

“We will want to beat Mexico,” U.S. Coach Jason Kreis said. “We will want to win this group.”

His priority, though, will fielding his strongest lineup in the semifinal. Kreis has kept his team fresh by starting 17 different players and using the maximum five subs in each of the two matches.

On Sunday, San Jose Earthquakes goalkeeper J.T. Marcinkowski (Georgetown) and New England Revolution center back Henry Kessler (Virginia) were among the newcomers. Kessler had never previously played for a national team in any age group.

Minnesota United midfielder Hassani Dotson came off the bench in the 62nd minute and scored in the 73rd and 78th, both assisted by substitute Djordje Mihailovic (Chicago Fire). Those goals expanded the lead to 3-0 after captain Jackson Yueill (San Jose) had broken the deadlock in the 61st. Mihailovic added a 90th-minute goal.

Marcinkowski’s quiet shutout followed an eight-save performance by Real Salt Lake’s David Ochoa in the Costa Rica match.

The United States has qualified once in the previous four attempts for an Olympic competition restricted to players 23 and under, with three exemptions allowed at the final tournament in Japan. Because the Olympics were delayed a year, the age limitation was relaxed to 24.

The women’s tournament is open to players of all ages, and the United States, a four-time gold medalist, rolled through regional qualifying in early 2020.

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