What video game are you most looking forward to in the year 2013?

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  1. Winterfate profile image95
    Winterfateposted 6 years ago

    What video game are you most looking forward to in the year 2013?

    I may eventually make a hub out of the answer if it gets an overwhelming majority. Just keep that in mind. tongue

  2. kksonakiya profile image77
    kksonakiyaposted 6 years ago

    I am looking forward to Crysis 3 and GTA 5. They are amazing and hold an amazing story arc that is finally going to conclude (not in case of GTA 5).
    GTA 5 has an amazing story line of its own and a gameplay that was unheard of till now. smile
    I am so excited.

  3. sm825 profile image60
    sm825posted 6 years ago

    Starcraft 2 Heart of the swarm currently not sure if there is more to add yet since I do not know all the games that are coming out this year.

  4. dannyhodge profile image77
    dannyhodgeposted 6 years ago

    GTA5 all the way! The 4th game has kept me entertained the quite a few years - so its a worthwhile buy.

  5. MattWritesStuff profile image94
    MattWritesStuffposted 6 years ago

    GTA V, mostly. The Last of Us looks pretty cool, too. Also hoping for some more Wii U games, though I'm not entirely sure what's coming out yet.

    I WOULD add Starcraft on there, but I haven't even played Wings of Liberty. Atrocious, this, considering how many hours I wasted on the original game.

    1. Winterfate profile image95
      Winterfateposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Well, Starcraft 2 feels really different from the original game. I would get the Starter Edition and try it out. I personally didn't like the changes. The pacing is much faster, and it's more action than strategy, at least IMO.

  6. ANDR01D profile image86
    ANDR01Dposted 6 years ago

    Metro: Last Light or Aliens: Colonial Marines - I've been waiting for several years for the latter. It should be the first decent Aliens game in quite a while.

  7. CitizenPM profile image60
    CitizenPMposted 6 years ago

    Dust 514 is definately number one as I've got  really high expectations for that game and what it means for the market.

    Aside from that I'm interested in Dead Space 3 because of the co-op build,
    Tomb Raider for the controvercy,
    God of War: Ascension again multiplayer interest,
    and The Last of Us for the raw grit of it and NPC interactions.


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