E3 this year has been the best in years with all the games and systems just taking the front page all day long. But which games stood out from the rest? This is my list and we will have a official site list later today with a finale round table of E3 2013.
Mirror’s Edge (2)
The game showing of the impressive graphics and perfect climbing that we saw in the first one back in 2008. Despite only seeing small bits of gameplay it impressed the hell out of me come on DICE come this way.
Dead Rising 3
Dead Rising 3 is back. Back and better than ever.
When I first saw the KI I went oh my god I can’t believe there bringing it back. Killer Instinct is one of my favorite fighters ever and with the old school mixed in with the new school I can not wait to see what this game will bring when time comes.
Project Spark lets build whatever whenever how ever it is beyond amazing but I want to see more first before I crown it.
BEYOND Two Souls
This game looks better and better. We finally see it will be more action than interactive which is something people wanted.
The Order 1886
Zombies in the old days with secret society and from the creators of God of War…..nuff said.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
The sequel to A link to the Past is exactly what I wanted. 3DS alone is worth is game.
Bungie’s new game looks like a instant hit just like the Halo games can not wait.
A mech game for the ages from the creators of Modern Warfare.
Now before we go into the final I got something to say. Almost every exclusive title I saw looked really good just some stood out more than others and multiplat ones stand out two just keep that mind after you read this that I liked most things I saw from all companys.
Final Fantasy XV
This game looks like it put the series back to all it’s former glory as it is finally coming.
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