16 Video Games to Look Forward to in 2019

What will be the games that we can’t stop talking about this year? Will we be pleasantly surprised by an indie or will a AAA title have us struggling to put down the controller? Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait to find out, but until then, here are 16 amazing-looking games (in no particular order) coming in 2019.

PiNkFaIrYbOi2020d ago

I don't see how anyone could look forward to Anthem, it will probably destroy Bioware and have EA shutter them probably.


PS5 Non-Exclusives That Feature Fantastic Haptic Feedback

Sifu, Control, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, and others, despite being third-party games, offer best-in-class haptic feedback on the PS5.

CrimsonWing698d ago

I think the GTA V PS5 upgrade has some impressive haptic feedback and other utilization of the dual sense features.

Like, rain hitting you has a distinct feel, parts of the road do as well, fun fire feels crunchy and different depending on the gun (SMG vs Shotgun, for ex.), but I always get a kick out of the phone conversations coming out of the controller and if you have the lights off in the room and the fuzz is chasing you the controller does a good job of doing the red and blue lights that kind of light up the room and just add to the fun.

LucasRuinedChildhood8d ago

Borderlands 3 makes very good use of the triggers. Each gun feels unique.


GoodSmile Announces Two Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Nendoroids

GoodSmile Company formally revealed two Nendoroids based off characters from Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. - IS

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Miyazaki wants to 'sharpen' Bloodborne and Sekiro's combat philosophy in his next games

Miyazaki's clearly got Sekiro and Bloodborne in his heart, and refining their combat philosophy is in his mind.

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Psychonaut8532d ago

Hells yeah. Would love to see another really tight action focused title next. Be cool if he did something completely different, like a cyborg-ninja game.

Rikimaru-0032d ago

yes, now go and make a new tenchu