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Most Anticipated Games of 2014!

By Nikhil Delahaye posted Jan 31, 2014 at 05:31 PM

Come check out what our most anticipated game are for 2014! It looks like it's going to be an amazing year for every console!

Ultra Street Fighter 4

 

                  Ultra Street Fighter 4 is the fourth major update to the famous Capcom fighting game franchise, Street Fighter. Promising 5 additional characters, gameplay balancing, new stages, and new modes, Ultra will be groundbreaking both at the competitive and casual level. Hardcore fans of Street Fighter and those looking to get into the franchise should definitely keep this game on your radar. Launches this summer on Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

 

Destiny

            Bungie, the famed game developer behind the Halo series, is returning to the industry with a brand new franchise, Destiny. Taking place in the future within our solar system, Destiny has gorgeous landscapes and art direction and is truly able to take advantage of gaming hardware. An open-world shooter with dynamic gameplay, story, and cooperative elements, Destiny will be an essential edition for any fan of the first person shooter genre. Launches September 9th, 2014 on Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Xbox One, and Playstation 4.


 

Titanfall

            Titanfall, the debut title from Respawn Entertainment, is a highly anticipated first person shooter launching on Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. Respawn Entertainment is composed of the former developers of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, an installment in the Call of Duty series that was lauded by critics and players alike, so expectations are high. Utilizing an innovative movement system and dynamic interaction between soldiers and large mechanical battle suits called “Titans”, Titanfall looks to be an incredible evolution of the multiplayer shooter genre.

 

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

            The Witcher 3 is the final installment in The Witcher franchise, a series from CD Projekt Red based off a series of books from Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. Following the fascinating protagonist Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher franchise takes place in a medieval fantasy landscape, where monsters of myth, legend and nightmare are very much real. CD Projekt Red have proven themselves to be talented storytellers, and fans of the series are eager to learn how Geralt of Rivia’s story concludes. With deep RPG (Role-Playing Game) gameplay, a compelling story, and jaw-dropping visuals, the Witcher 3 will be an unforgettable experience. Launches towards the end of 2014 on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC

 

Watch Dogs

            The next major open-world game from Ubisoft Montreal, Watch Dogs follows skilled hacker Aiden Pearce in a futuristic incarnation of Chicago, Illinois. Gameplay is unique as Aiden has the ability to hack into the infrastructure of the city on command, which can influence movement and combat options. Watch Dogs also manages to provide political commentary on government surveillance, in light of recent discoveries made about the NSA. Originally scheduled to have released in 2013, hopefully the delay of the game will allow it to become even greater. Watch Dogs releases this spring on Xbox 360, Xbox One, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, and PC

 

The Division (Honorable Mention)

            The Division gets an honorable mention because the developers have stated that it could be coming out in 2014, but no official release date has been state. From the trailers and interviews from E3 2013, the Division is another open-world game from Ubisoft taking place in a post-apocalyptic New York. Gameplay looks to be exciting and innovative so definitely keep track of news for this game.









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