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Submitted by DeeZee 1072d ago | opinion piece

The Clock is Ticking: 5 Games That Need a Release Date ASAP

GR's DeShaun Zollicoffer writes:

This console generation is quickly approaching its expiration date. Every post 2013 PS3 & Xbox 360 game will have to compete with next generation ones. This almost guarantees that they’ll be lost in the noise — most gamers will be too busy with their shiny new consoles. Here are five games that need a release date as soon as possible (i.e., one that falls before the winter of 2013, a.k.a. the current-gen apocalypse). (Agent, Beyond Good & Evil 2, Final Fantasy XV, Half Life 3, PS3, The Last Guardian, Xbox 360)

Relientk77  +   1072d ago
I really want Beyond Good & Evil 2, the first game was so unique and a really fun game
OmegaSlayer  +   1072d ago
Each one of those game will fail bad.
Too much buzz to stand up to the insanely high expectations.
Look at GT5.
Insane game but people after 4 years expected perfection.
aviator189  +   1072d ago
i'm still holding off buying a ps3 for the last guardian. as soon as the game has a release date = ps3 bought.
Hicken  +   1072d ago
That's the ONLY thing that would convince you to get a PS3? Not saying it won't be great- because I think it will be- but it's not the sort of title people would normally consider to be a "system-seller." And there are plenty of those on PS3 already.
aviator189  +   1072d ago
well, this, uncharted, and the jak and daxter series. but i'm mainly holding out for a new jak and daxter and the last guardian. :)
Crap_Turtle  +   1072d ago
ff versus will be out this year in japan mark my words
pandaboy  +   1072d ago
I just wonder if Agent may turn into a ps4 launch title.
TekoIie  +   1072d ago
I really don't get what's so good about half life. Played it on the orange box and didnt see anything special. Can somone tell me what makes it so good compared to other shooters?
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pandaboy  +   1072d ago
Try playing it on pc, it improves the game a lot. It just doesn't control right on consoles. Also, the physics are better than modern day console shooters and they've had 8 years to catch up. The way the story comes across helps you care about the characters around you and the environments have infinitely more freedom than your modern day-hold your hand down a corridor- shooter.
zeddy  +   1072d ago
if you havent played the 1st one then it really doesnt make much sense, its a classic. half life 2 just carries it on. the main differnce is you're usually on your own, which gives a greater sense of isolation. apart from that its just a great game in general.
Dark_Legend  +   1072d ago
When did you play it? When Half Life released it was very unique. The physics and the story make this game very good, nowadays the physics arent anything special, but the story is still very mysterious and interesting.

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