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My most anticipated video games of the [near] future

Updated on March 25, 2010

I can't wait for these

The following hub is of my most anticipated games of the "future". By future, I'm not talking about a game from the year 2050, but I'm talking about an announced game, or a game that will most likely to show up in the next year to three years.

I am a huge dork when it comes to video games, so this is a well-thought out list. In fact, my number 10 was a number 5 at some point, my number 3 was a number 8 at some point, and so on. 

I hope that you enjoy, and let me know what you think. 

10: Epic Mickey

Epic Mickey is supposed to be a game like you have never seen before. 

I honestly thought that I would rate this game in the upper half of my list, but with Kingdom Hearts being my top game (oops I spoiled it) I didn't want to sound like a Disney freak.

Anyway, I am looking forward to this game because it's an actual game for the Wii, so now I can undust my Wii and start playing it again. 

It's basically a world or artsy Disney, where you guide evil or good Mickey Mouse around to do stuff. i need to play this demo when it comes out though. 

9: Red Dead Redemption

Red Dead Redemption takes the 9th spot, just because it's so hyped up by everyone.

It's supposed to be the "GTA" of the wild west, or whatever.

It does look great to me, and I can't wait to see how it plays out. I'm looking forward to this experience.

8: Fallout: New Vegas

I wasn't a huge fan of Fallout 3 for the PS3, since they just did a shitty port from the Xbox 360 version, and that made the game lag every 10 seconds or so. I played the game on PC after I gave up on the PS3 version.

Anyway, Fallout New Vegas looks ridiculously amazing, and looks like time has been put into it. I seriously can't wait for this game to come out. I love RPG games, and this post-apocalyptic game series is just plain awesome!

7: Medal of Honor

Ever since Call of Duty: MW2 came out, I have been turned off by console shooters. I mean that game's online was really fucked up with lots of bad players whom were able to play like pros without any effort.

I might just have been turned on again by the newest modern war game, with Medal of Honor. This game looks just so fucking awesome and realistic. The story mode itself looks like it will tide me over, based on what I have seen, but I'm sure that after the mistake done with MW2, no other shooter game will be as bad online. This game should be out by the end of the year.

6: Legend of Zelda Wii 2 (working title.. duh)

Yes, the big N, Nintendo is loved by me, and Legend of Zelda games have always stolen my heart.

Twilight Princess (for Wii and GameCube) were marvelous, and Nintendo saw how much us fans loved it, so they are bringing us another Zelda game for the Wii with the code name "Zelda Wii 2" or something like that. I have no clue what it's about, but I sure can't wait for it!

5: Metroid: Other M

I have loved playing Nintendo games ever since I was a little girl, and having a woman as the star of a legit-non-barbie game in Metroid, was like the best thing ever.

Metroid: Other M is supposed to come out sometime next year, or maybe later this year, but this game looks new and refreshed. I'm not sure how it will do, but even if it's a horrible game, I'm going to play it a lot. I'm just a huge fan of the series, and the title on this one looks promising and new.

4: Portal 2

About two years ago, I picked up a copy of the Orange Box for the rest of the Half Life episodes that I was missing, Team Fortress 2.. to my surprise, the game that I was least interested in was one of the funnest of this amazing package, called Portal.

Portal was created by some amateur game-development team, and was just a test. To the team's surprise, the game was a huge hit. I have played this game for like 100 hours, over and over again.

Portal 2 was recently announced, and it's supposed to be a long ass, full game this time. Every time I think about it I get super excited. What makes me even more excited, is that I won't be chained to my desktop to game, but also now since Valve is bringing Steam to Macs, I will be playing Portal 2 on my Mac as well.

3: Gran Turismo 5 (aka the game that won't ever come out)

No one can deny that the best racing game on any platform is the one only available on the PS3, Gran Turismo 5. Too bad this game seems to be delayed every month by a few months. Maybe we'll see it on the PS4.

In all honesty though, I think that this game is going to be a perfect 10 game, with no flaws what so ever. I mean why else are they waiting a hundred years to release it? Hurry up Sony!

2: Final Fantasy: Versus XIII

Final Fantasy is amazing, OK? I'm a bit disapointed with FFXIII, mainly because I prefer the dark and mysterious Final Fantasies, and Final Fantasy VS XIII seems to do it for me.

This game is a year or two away from release, so you never know, they might add sunshine and rainbows by the time this releases.

1: Kingdom Hearts 3

I'm a huge Kingdom Hearts dork. I have played every Kingdom Hearts game out there. I fell in love with the very first one that came out, and I cannot wait until Kingdom Hearts 3 comes out. Kingdom Hearts 3 will make me wet in the panties, I can promise you that.

I just hope that the story goes back to Sora instead of the him-but-not-really-him guy.


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