Submitted by vaikanen 1099d ago | article

PC games to watch in 2012

2011 rapidly draws to a close and AAA titles such as Bethesda's Skyrim and WB Interactive's Batman: Arkham City have all but cemented their Game of the Year awards. So which PC games should you be watching in 2012? Here are a few to keep an eye on when the dust and wrapping paper has settled from 2011. (Borderlands 2, Diablo III, Dishonored, King Arthur II: The Role-Playing Wargame, PC, Prey 2, Smite, The Darkness 2, Tribes Ascend, XCOM)

Letros  +   1099d ago
I have SW:TOR, Dota 2, and Diablo 3 for 2012, do I need anything else? :-D
fluffydelusions  +   1099d ago
Diablo 3 is my most anticipated for next year.
Johandevries  +   1099d ago
From this list:

Prey 2

From my own memory:

Far Cry 2
Spec Ops: The Line
Metro: Last Light
Hellion: Mystery of the Inquisition (please exist)
that follow-up for Sniper: Elite
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 and City Interactive's WWII game
Risen 2: Dark Waters
Hitman: Absolution
Max Payne 3
Cross of the Dutchman (hehe)

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