GameDaily: PC in 2010

GameDaily writes: "2009 was a solid year for PC gaming, with everything from traditional RPGs (Dragon Age: Origins) to first-person shooters (Modern Warfare 2, Left 4 Dead 2) to huge multiplayer games (Empire: Total War, Aion). However, the next year looks even better, thanks to several long-awaited sequels and original offerings that could rock your system's cores. Let's see what you can expect in 2010."

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chak_3013d ago

repeating myself here, but it looks like a really solid year :)

evrfighter3013d ago (Edited 3013d ago )

o wow they skipped the Directx 11 releases AvP 2 and Bad Company 2. (o wait they have AvP2)

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Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO...

For shame

Jamescagney3013d ago

Also, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat.

chak_3013d ago

I wouldn't count much on SW if you ask me :/

Nihilism3013d ago (Edited 3013d ago )

they left so many out, my list for 2010:

Aliens Vs. Predator
Starcraft 2
Supreme Commander 2
Bioshock 2
Mass Effect 2
Fallout: New Vegas
Crysis 2

Then there's a whole bunch of TBC games which I suspect we may see

Heroes of Might and Magic VI being one of them

STK0263013d ago

they forgot Napoleon:TW. Sure will be a great year for RTS fans, with releases from most major franchise, SC, CnC, TW and the likes.

Also, I hope APB does well, same goes for the old republic, as I really want to play an MMO (again) other than WoW and Aion, which are too similar to each other anyway. APB really seems different, I just hope it doesn't go the way of WAR and AoC, as I`bought both of these only to see a deserted world after a few weeks...

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Arnon3013d ago

Cant wait to see Crysis 2 and Brink.

Raf1k13013d ago

I'm surprised the list is all on one page.

Good list though.

TABSF3013d ago

Yep another great year for PC.

Come on Valve complete it with Counter Strike 2, Portal 2 or Half-Life Episode 3

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