I actually fully agree with this. I haven't played a Call of Duty game since World at War (I loved Modern Warfare, but was disappointed by World at War, and haven't been back since).
But Infinite Warfare intrigues me. And having spent the last 8 years playing games other than Call of Duty, I'm hoping that I won't find it as tired an experience as many people will undoubtedly find it.
They should do. The first ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, and left space before the comics begin, so there's definitely more story to tell. Plus, it's one of their highest rated games, and did some interesting things that none of their other games have really done (I particularly enjoyed having the choice of which order to complete scenes).
Another Borderlands game would be good too. As much as I love the original Borderlands games, Tales from the Borderlands is the...
But this is the case, I expect a mention in the credits... :P
Please let it feature Sully as the main character. A game set during his early days, before he met Nate, is something I've been excited for since the opening to Uncharted 3, and maybe - just MAYBE - this DLC is where it will happen.
People are forgetting what next gen actually means. It doesn't mean that it will necessarily be the most amazing looking game out there... It means that it will do things that were impossible last gen. For a Bethesda game, this will hopefully mean that bugs are kept to a minimum. From a Bethesda game, I'd rather have that than awesome graphics any day of the week .
Wasn't Shadow Realms cancelled?
This year is the Joker's 75th anniversary. Arkham Knight is bound to have an extremely heavy Joker presence, whether he is physically present or not.
Don't forget Minecraft!
I'm not kidding, I refuse to admit that the guy's behind Dying Light weren't inspired by Minecraft's game-changing day-night cycle!
If you like Mirror's Edge (I for one consider it the most underrated game of last-gen, purely on its gameplay!), then you'll find Dying Light to be amazing.
If the Mirror's Edge reboot can do open-world parkour half as well as Dying Light does it, then they're onto a winner.
While the Dying Light controls are a bit strange (took me a good few hours to get used to them), the actual gameplay is highly enjoyable and it encourages you to take risks.
I'm pleased about this. I decided to hold out for a retail copy, and am thoroughly enjoying the game! It might not be everybody's cup of tea, but it's a very modern, current-gen take on the open-world sandbox experience, with a very immersive and detailed world.
The reason they stated for not including Borderlands 1 was because it runs on a different engine, whereas TPS runs on the same engine as BL2. They probably only originally intended on releasing TPS, and decided that it would be super-easy to throw BL2 in there too.
I'd still play it...
I'll buy it anyway :P
Plus, there's enough new mechanics and concepts here to make it seem like a refreshing and new experience. I mean, in themes and gameplay, it appears like a bigger leap than there was between BL1 and BL2.
What this list seems to prove is that the very worst Naughty Dog game is still amazing by other games' standards.
Of course, in making that statement, I'm ignoring their pre-Crash Bandicoot games...
Over here in the UK (where TT games are based), Doctor Who has a massive following - one of the most popular franchises out there.
Just because it's single player doesn't mean it will be entirely about a single character waging their own war.
While a lot of the Middle Earth universe tends to involve stories that revolve around a group of characters working together, the stories also very often involve said characters spending considerable amounts of time alone.
Can't come quickly enough
And that's why this game looks like it could POSSIBLY be the game changer the franchise needs.
Honestly, first time I watched Alien, my first words afterwards were "We need a game of this". As soon as I finished watching it, I could imagine a game where you were stuck aboard a ship or station being hunted by a single Alien, with no way to kill it. And finally, it feels like that is becoming a possibility!
I agree! I only started playing them in February, and quickly got through all three games simply because the universe does such a good job of pulling you in. Fantastic lore, great characters and an intriguing and exciting plot! I really consider Mass Effect as being much more than a series of games in the same way that Star Wars is more than a series of films and Lord of the Rings is more than a trilogy of books.