Gaming Irresponsibly's Forgotten Prophecy writes, "Everybody knows games like Assassin’s Creed, Modern Warfare 3, Rage, and Skyrim are coming out in 2011, but do they deserve 100% of the spotlight?"
Dark Souls and Dead Island? Get out of here with that
Yeah, really. I thought I was going to hear about some real sleepers. I already prebought Dark Souls. I want Bastion....on the PC. Is Shadows FPS? I am on FPS burn and am trying to avoid them even though Rage looks fantastic.
I can accept Catherine. What about Bastion or Shadows of the Damned
I just finished Shadows of the Damned and it was amazing!
With all the hype surrounding MW3, BF3, Assassin's Creed, Uncharted, Gears of War 3 and Skyrim, it would be easy for most normal consumers to overlook these titles.
No, I still think DS and DI will do great
Well Dead Island will do great, but it never had the hype that these other titles have received. That could hurt it considering the quality of titles being released this year.
for the most normal consumers yes ... I agree
exactly my point. Dark Souls and Dead Island should sell well, but they probably will be overshadowed by games like Resistance, Batman, and Gears of War.
An Ice Cream Cone Pokémon? What? On Topic, funny how Metro Last Light aint on that lhst. I found 2033 was one of the greater sleepers of it's year.
Only care for Dead Island on that list. Going to get: Formula 1 2011 (PC) Rage (PC) Batman: Arkham City (PC) Battlefield 3 (PC) The Elders Scrolls V: Skyrim (PC) Assassin's Creed: Revelations (PC) L.A. Noire (PC) And on consoles: Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary (360) Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (PS3) The Elders Scrolls V: Skyrim is going to be my Game of the year.
1. el shaddai 2. catherine 3. silent hill: downpour 4. shadows of the damned 5. child of eden 6. alice: madness returns 7. rhythm heaven wii 8. kirby wii 9. shinobi 3ds 10. driver renegade maybe... i hope that all of those games would do well in their lifetime
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