Posted: May 28, 2009 @ 12:45 AM It started with 50 but the final countdown is here and it doesn't get any better than this.
Two games are not even "announced", yet are on the top 10. Also games that have been announced, are not even mentioned.. like Diablo 3 etc.. The order of the games are out of wack. Though no one would deny that Modern Warfare 2 is number 1, I would seriously doubt that is the most "anticipated game of E3" the basis for this countdown.
I'm way more interested in hearing about new games and new IPs than I am about games we've known about from previous E3s or have already released a ton of information. Also, PC games aren't included. Pretty much console-centric.
If you are gonna put a bunch of unannoucements where is Team ICO or Peter Jackson's Halo? Personally, I would put anything from ICO ahead Zelda.
10. Kojima Productions Announcement 9. New Valve Game 8. Bayonetta 7. BioShock 2 6. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves 5. Final Fantasy XIII 4. God of War III 3. The Next Zelda 2. Assassin's Creed 2 1. Modern Warfare 2 It's a good list, especially in comparison to other E3 lists I've seen on other gaming sites. I'm not interested in BioShock 2 at all just because it looks like more of the same. Final Fantasy XIII has dragged on for so long, I'm kind of just waiting for it to release, we pretty much know it will sell well. Kind of the same thing with Modern Warfare 2 in that it's an anticipated game, but you know it's going to be a great game and you're just patiently waiting till it gets here to enjoy it and are likely going to be looking for new info on other games rather than wondering if this game will deliver (hint: it will).
That list is wack! Zelda game number 2 and Modern Warfare number 1? Yeah right. Anyone else thinks the graphics in Modern Warfare 2 lookslike crap and really outdated? Maybe I have been spoiled but damn do they look outdated. I hope it's a really really early build cause if it looks that bad then I'll stick to Modern Warfare 1.
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