E3 2014 is next week. Here’s our top ten most-anticipated games we’re looking out for at the show and why we’re excited about them.
EA and DICE are reviving the fan-favorite Star Wars: Battlefront franchise.
Combining the excellent gameplay of the original Star Wars: Battlefront games with the expertise of the developers of the Battlefield series should produce a very appealing game.
Fans should definitely look forward to what DICE has to show from Star Wars: Battlefront at E3 2014.
Watch the official E3 2014 Star Wars: Battlefront preview trailer:
Tom Clancy’s The Division follows a team of agents tasked with dealing with a New York City that has been devastated by a disease which brought the city to its knees.
The Division plans to integrate both cooperative and competitive multiplayer gameplay.
The Division will be exclusive to next-generation consoles and PC.
Although The Division has been delayed to 2015, The Division’s development team wrote, “We can’t wait to show you what we’ve been up to at this year’s E3.”
Gamers can’t wait for the next game in the Far Cry series. Ubisoft will surely have something big to show for Far Cry 4 at E3 2014.
The next game in the hugely successful Far Cry series is releasing in November.
Players and critics praised Far Cry 3, which released in 2012. If Far Cry 4 is as fun as its predecessor, it will be a great game.
The Uncharted series is one of the staples of PlayStation right now.
Naughty Dog has not released much news about the next Uncharted game other than the fact that it will be on the PlayStation 4, but E3 2014 will change that.
Here’s the teaser trailer for Uncharted 4:
It’s been quite a long time since the Kingdom Hearts series has seen a console sequel. Kingdom Hearts III is finally on the horizon.
Like Uncharted, there hasn’t been much news about Kingdom Hearts III. There should be plenty to show at E3 2014.
We played a match of Evolve at PAX East in April, and it was very fun.
Evolve pits four players against one in a frantic match. The four control hunters with different abilities that work together to keep the player controlling the giant monster from gaining strength and evolving to more powerful forms.
Evolve, made by some of the developers behind the Left 4 Dead games, releases on Oct. 21.
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, the prequel to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, received some criticism when it was released earlier this year, but few complained about the quality of the gameplay — just that it was too short.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is going to be a full-length game that will be stuffed full of quality Metal Gear Solid gameplay.
The Final Fantasy series has had its ups and its downs. Final Fantasy XV looks like it’s going to be a high point in the series.
Here’s the trailer from last year’s E3:
Here’s hoping for some Final Fantasy XV updates at E3 2014.
The Witcher was a fantastic game. The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings was even better than its predecessor. If the trend continues, The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt looks like it’s going to be one of the best role-playing games ever made.
The Witcher games contain the best choice system I’ve ever seen in an RPG. The choices the player makes throughout the course of the game are meaningful and have a significant impact on the ending.
Even if you haven’t played the previous two games in the series, you’ll probably be able to pick up The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt and have a good time, because the stories of the previous two games are self-contained. Plus, the games have done a decent job of world-building without prior knowledge of the Witcher universe.
Rocksteady is back to making Batman games. Batman: Arkham Knight promises to continue the tradition of quality Batman games.
Rocksteady’s Batman games do story, combat and stealth well. Batman: Arkham City left some unanswered questions, and fans are hoping that Batman: Arkham Knight will answer them.
Edited by: Samuel J.Paul
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