RPGLand tallies up the votes and takes stock of the most anticipated RPGs of right the heck now. Regardless of release date (announced or expected), what is the RPG world looking forward to the most?
Ni no Kuni's announcement for stateside release was a surprise to me since the DS version didn't make it. Looking forward to that and... -Grand Knights History -Xillia -Skyrim -Diablo III -Mass Effect 3 -Disgaea 3 Vita -FFX HD -Tales of Graces F
Dark Souls is one of the only games that I've seen this year and said "I must have this."
Is there a release date for Diablo III yet? For me the #1 is Mass Effect 3 even though I just said in another comment that I'd like a new Jade Empire. Another Jade Empire isn't announced so...here we are XD Skyrim is going to blow a lot of minds for sure. Also I think this should be listed as an article because it's not the author's list, it's the voters' collective results.
I'm only looking forward to Skyrim, really. I will play ME3 just to finish out the story, but the game has long since fallen from "must buy" for me.
In no particular order: - Dark Souls - Skyrim - Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning - Diablo 3 - Final Fantasy Versus 13 - Final Fantasy 13-2 - Tales of Xillia
Dark Souls. That is all.
Ni no Kuni is a must have, for me.
im looking forward to the final fantasies coming out, dark souls, hoping that a few tales games make it to the western world, i really want to know more about ni no kuni, but lately i bought white knight chronicles 2 and am having a lot of fun with that. im not too interested in skyrim or mass effect 3, maybe the price will drop quick and ill pick them up, but i doubt ill have the time to play them with all the other games that are coming
type-0 over Tales of Xillia & Ni no Kuni is a bad joke who care about this sh1t it's another crap game from the kings of failures this generation SE nothing interesting move on.
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