• furbis100 - 7 hours, 51 minutes ago

    2015 won't be the best year in gaming history unless Rock Star games release GTA 6 (((BUT THAT IS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN)))
  • Rorschach - December 18, 2014 12:15 p.m.

    Finally! A new Star Wars Battlefront! I am still playing Battlefront 2 on the PSP because it is so awesome. I'm still kicking butt after all of these years (I've kicked countless droid and stormtrooper butts over the years). Batman: Arkham Knight is almost sure to be great. IT'S BATMAN AND VIDEO GAMES COMBINED! Mario Maker looks great. I may buy a Wii U just so I can play it.
  • GlassDeviant - December 15, 2014 4:27 p.m.

    It's rather sad that the majority of these games are only available on consoles due to protectionism on the part of both Sony and Microsoft. Someone needs to kick them both in their collective balls. Fortunately there are a couple of good PC-only games coming out, though X:Reunion was a bitter disappointment - a console-styled game that runs only on PCs, how stupid is that? And three cheers for Disney for totally F-ing up the Star Wars franchise on the gaming side by handing it over to the biggest bunch of greedy crapware producers in the world, EA. Way to go Disney, now we can all be happy that CBS/Paramount didn't make THAT big of a blunder with Star Trek and their new timeline/alternate universe.
  • hopefulgamer - December 8, 2014 2:21 a.m.

    I'm surprised no one mentioned Roller Coaster Tycoon World. I've been looking forward to it for years, literally. Expected early 2015...
  • Seabass - August 9, 2014 8:01 p.m.

    Whats up with no support for the indie games? Shroud of the Avatar and Torment: Tides of Numenera are coming out 2015. Or Mighty No. 9? Seriously folks, let's not forget that the most interesting games are coming from the indie crowd.
  • Reaping_Glory - July 22, 2014 1:38 a.m.

    uncharted's the game for me. maybe batman, but definitely i can wait for a while and hope the price comes down. i feel ripped off the price came down so quickly..
  • March-Cyanide - July 17, 2014 6:19 p.m.

    The only games i'm looking for are: Tom Clancy:Rainbow siege and Division, Metal Gear Solid V(5), Batman, Mortal Kombat, and probably Let It Die. I think they should have another Injustice game for 2015. The other games didn't seem as appealing as it could be.
  • DeadInHell - July 3, 2014 1:32 p.m.

    Anyone else just immediately lose interest in a game like Division as soon as you read "MMO"? I'm so very tired of all these pay-to-win glorified deathmatch titles. Give me an adventure, a story, some characters that I actually want to learn more about. Not another lazy team deathmatch. That isn't a whole game, it's an afterthought. Multiplayer modes used to be just that, an extra mode to offer replayability beyond the story. Now we just get the multiplayer and the devs don't even bother with creating a real game. I guess it's just harder to push a real cash marketplace into a single player story. There are, however, a lot of titles for next year that are going to be something. The Witcher 3 and Arkham Knight in particular are going to take up a lot of my time. CD Projekt and Rocksteady are currently the most reliable and excellent developers around. I expect I won't have any time to spare for the Wii U and its pitiful lineup. As usual, the only Nintendo games worth playing during this generation will be Zelda titles. Everything else is just...wool Yoshi.
  • Mardoc - July 1, 2014 1:10 a.m.

    Fallout 4/TES 6 should be released in 2015/2016.
  • chin-livepuzzler - June 30, 2014 6:48 p.m.

    Don't see any game worth buying. How about 2016?
  • tarutan - June 30, 2014 2:53 p.m.

    Ugh, please, there are no new games here it is all the same crap. Witcher 1 2 3, Battlefront 1 2 3, Tomb Raider 1 2 3 4 every game on this list is just a 2 or 3 or 4. There are no real new games coming out, no creativity originality or risk here. They are just gonna 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 - 100 and you guys support this. It is awesome when a game comes out, and its so awesome they make a sequel, but then when the only major games coming out anymore are sequels it is disappointing. Plus all these games are war oriented, dark, and/or morbid. We need more games like Journey, Pokemon, something that doesn't put you in the mental disposition of a Manically Depressed Serial Killer by the time you're done playing.
  • DeadInHell - July 3, 2014 1:49 p.m.

    Gee, it's almost as if gamers want a particular type of game, and developers are giving it to them. Triple AAA titles are becoming prohibitively expensive these days, and few studios are willing to gamble with those investments. While many are happy to wait for the latest Nintendo gimmick, many of us aren't really interested in playing a game that was designed for 7 year olds. Has the "dark and edgy" stuff become overbearing? Yeah, probably. But the answer isn't just to turn everything into a Nintendo gimmick or a half-formed PSN/Live title that is barely even a video game. And sure, I want new IPs as well. But it's no surprise that the tried and true series are the ones that get to go on. All successes started as a new IP at some point, but plenty of new IPs fail every year. A new IP is a risk, and publishers in the business of making money are typically quite risk averse. It's the sad fact of the business. We all want new IPs, but that is a nebulous want. We all want something different from those new IPs. When a series is successful and an audience is found, the publisher is going to keep targeting that audience. And it would be a mistake to lump The Witcher 3, or even Arkham Knight, into the "sequels for sequels sake" world of Call of Duty or Halo with a revolving door of developers and $15 map DLC. These devs care about the worlds they are creating, and plenty of people (unlike yourself) really want them to continue these franchises and these stories. The Witcher is not the product of a revolving door of developers made to pump out soulless one-dimensional titles by a giant publisher. It's the project of a talented team of developers who are really only interested in making great games and serving their audience. Whether you like to believe it or not, we WANT a Witcher trilogy. It's not a scheme. It's just a great developer giving people the game they are clamoring for. Supply and demand. Sequels aren't the problem. Uninspired game design and greedy/oblivious publishers are. A bad game is a bad game. Whether there is a number on the end or not.
  • bob-squaredpants - July 3, 2014 9:29 p.m.

    Amen brother. Preach that sh**!
  • antkiller1 - July 16, 2014 11:12 p.m.

    I just made an account to respond to your nonsense. you're hating on seequels for popular triple A titles, but still defending games like Pokemon, which has even more games in series than witcher or battlefield. I won't even comment on the last part because it's not even worth arguing about
  • tarutan - July 17, 2014 1:04 a.m.

    Read my post more carefully. I am not hating on sequels, I am hating on the fact that sequels have taken over the game market and have blocked the production of new and original games. I never said I wanted another Pokemon, I said that I want less morbid games, and more cheery ones LIKE Pokemon. Maybe you need to take an English class before deciding to dissect someone's comments and opinions. The reason these "triple a" titles are so popular and spouting sequels like Niagra Falls is because in the beginning, someone came up with an idea and took a risk. Now companies are eliminating that risk by capitalizing on Sequels and it is robbing the art of Gaming of it's core values. Creativity and imagination!
  • BoomingEchoes - June 30, 2014 6:44 a.m.

    This is really highly subjective to a lot of things. A lot of those games we saw at E3, earmarked for next year, we didn't see much on yet at all. Furthermore, many of those games came off of the heels of prior games that didn't sit well with gamers for a lot of reasons. Just saying, there could be plenty of things that don't resonate, or that have a tough time breaking through perceptual walls. Other then that, scheduling will be everything. If they don't spread the releases around and do like they always do by stupidly lumping releases together by competing in the same 2 huddled up periods of time that they always do (early spring and late fall) then the industry is going to have a massive disaster on it's hands and a lot of misaligned "failure" statements from the publishers (looking at you Square Enix). Everything coming out next year -should that actually happen- is a big risk that really didn't need to be one in the first place, and could easily be adverted by not allowing there to be a summer drought (and taking away some of Steams.. well.. steam..).
  • blu-jay - June 29, 2014 4:49 p.m.

    Is the WiiU version of smash the same as the 3ds ?
  • death4us - June 27, 2014 10:35 a.m.

    Don't they mean for consoles 2014 is going to be a brutal year. Also there is no guarantee that many of those games set to release in 2015 wont be delayed to 2016 or 2017. It seems that the year after consoles are rushed out is always a bad year. and most the games released don't live up to the hype since they seemed rushed. I would rephrase things and say 2015 is expected to be one of the best years in gaming.
  • lancevance821 - June 26, 2014 9:49 p.m.

    Wow look at all those western games on here. I see no final fantasy 15, persona 5 or kingdom hearts 3. Thanks for giving Japan the shaft again.

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