IR: "Each year games get bigger, better and more awesome. And with E3 2014 only a few weeks away, we cannot begin to imagine what will be in store for us.
My guesses 1. Halo 2. Quantum Break 3. Mass Effect 4 4. Fable Legends 5. UFC
Mine (in no particular order)- 1) Uncharted 4 2) Halo 5 3) The Order: 1886 4)Quantum Break 5) Driveclub Honourable mentions - The Wicther 3, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Batman: Arkham Knight, MGS5:TPP, Star Wars: Battlefront 3 (Pls EA).
if E3 has an amazing RPG array I'm just gonna start crying cause I don't have a PS4 yet
I hope you have a PC, then.
I do, it's just not made for gaming, I'm saving up for a ps4 though! Just not patient
Ton of big PC RPGs out this year, most of which scale pretty well. DOS is probably the most demanding, but the games developed on Unity--Shadowrun, Wasteland 2, etc.--will run even on integrated GPU. Even a low end machine should be sufficient, provided its not an OLD low end machine. And then there are the recent updated ports of classics that came out last year: the Baldurs Gate Enhanced Editions, Wasteland HD, Divine Divinity HD. TBH, the PC is seeing a return too the Golden Age of RPGs right now, whereas the PS4 really doesn't have any, and won't for a long while. I mean, hell, the PS3 only just managed to accumulate some good RPGs in this last year or so. Depending on your PCs specs, you might be better served saving for an upgrade instead, and wait a few years for the PS4 to grow into its library.
oh believe me, my computer is shit. Besides, I waited 9 years for KH3 and 8 for FFXV, trust me I can wait for some good games
We sure will be amazed by many but the most obvious guesses for wow games : Uncharted Mass Effect The Order Last Guardian FFXV
UC4 I have a feeling will look amazing, along with The Order, Halo 5, and Quantum Break.
1.final fantasy xv 2.persona 5 3.last guardian 4.quantum break 5.the order 1886
I may be the only one but I'm sick of Halo....
Perfect Dark 2 Tekken 7 Star Fox Wii U Mass Effect 4 Vanquish 2
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