Top 10 Upcoming Next-Gen Games of year!

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (PS4 & Xbox One)

Expected Release Date: January 2014

“Armed with only the raw instincts and physical ability to push beyond the limits of human endurance, Tomb Raider delivers an intense and gritty story into the origins of Lara Croft and her ascent from a frightened young woman to a hardened survivor.”

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Titanfall (Xbox One)

Expected Release Date: March 2014

“Titanfall is an all-new universe juxtaposing small vs. giant, natural vs. industrial and man vs. machine. Titanfall delivers fast-paced, near-future warfare that gives you the freedom to fight your way as both elite assault Pilots and agile, heavily armored Titans. Titanfall rethinks fundamental combat and movement giving players the ability to change tactics on the fly, attacking or escaping depending on the situation. Only the Titanfall experience combines heart-pounding multiplayer action with heroic moments and cinematic presentation from traditional campaign mode.”

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D4 (Xbox One)

Expected Release Date: TBA / Q1 2014

“D4 is best understood as an adventure game that exploits the increased fidelity of the new Kinect sensor for a unique control scheme. Players move their arm to point at objects on screen in a way that Xbox 360 Kinect users will be familiar with, but since the new Kinect can detect finer hand movements, it’s possible to “grab” things of interest by closing a fist. Cursor movement in general seems much more responsive than anything I’ve seen on the original Kinect.”

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (PS4 & Xbox One)

Expected Release Date: TBA / Q2 2014

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“The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a dark fantasy, non-linear, open world RPG that focuses on a character-driven story, player choice, tactical combat, and a rich living world. The third installment of this award-winning saga improves on every aspect of the series, with a smoother combat system, new Witcher Senses and Monster Hunting, improved alchemy, magic signs, crafting systems and many more innovations.”

Final Fantasy XV (PS4 & Xbox One)

Expected Release Date: TBA / Second half of 2014

“Final Fantasy XV (formerly Final Fantasy Versus) is the story of a young king sworn to defend the last crystal in the world from the “hectic order” outside of his kingdom. It’s a fight between ancient and modern techonology, and the struggle of one king to protect the old ways.” “The game’s focus is to examine the characters’ humanity and distinguish it from the fantasy setting in other titles in the series. Nomura is “trying to propose new vision of how a Final Fantasy game can be. The game’s going to be more human than the science-fiction caricature… and will focus around current world events – in that sense it’s darker.”

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Deep Down (PS4)

Expected Release Date: TBA / Second half of 2014

“Capcom is pleased to announce that it has decided to develop the first title, “deep down -working title-.” This title is to be developed using “Panta Rhei,” Capcom’s proprietary software development engine to provide the optimum game development environment for next-generation game consoles. “Panta Rhei” supports the latest graphics, enhances work flow to bring down development costs, and improves development efficiency in order to raise game quality.” “Deep Down is an action-packed real-time RPG epic from Capcom.Though the game is filled with swordplay, magic and dragons, the story defies expectations as it is not set in the past but instead in New York in the year 2094.”

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The Evil Within (PS4 & Xbox One)

Expected Release Date: TBA / Second half of 2014

“Shinji Mikami, the father of survival horror, is back to direct The Evil Within™ – a game embodying the meaning of pure survival horror. Highly-crafted environments, horrifying anxiety, and an intricate story weave together to create an immersive world that will bring players to the height of tension. The Evil Within is slated for release in 2014.”

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