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Submitted by RetrospectRealm 538d ago | article

Games To Look Forward To This Year

Last year was a fiscal year for gaming. Console sales down, not many hard-hitting games were released, and everyone just wanting next-gen consoles. Maybe it's because developers are busy working on some upcoming blockbuster games coming out this year? Let's break it down. (BioShock: Infinite, Dev, Grand Theft Auto V, PS3, Watch Dogs, Wii, Xbox 360)

Kevlar009  +   538d ago
I am most definitely getting Bioshock at release

Other than that, I'll save my money for one of the next gen consoles, since I have plenty of PC games to hold me over (+ Infinite)
contradictory  +   538d ago
MGS Ground Zeroes
the Last of Us
Bioshock: Infinite
GTA V
Phantom Pain
Metal gear Rising

those are the ones i'm most excited for
iushdfiu   538d ago | Spam
Stoppokingme  +   538d ago
I wish they'd release another Watch dogs trailer, or some more info at least.

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