Release date: June 25, 2014
What would it be like to play an RPG where every character only has one hit point, and the focus of battle is who can strike first? Well, it'd be a lot like Titan Souls, which will be hitting the PC in early 2015 thanks to the folks at Devolver Digital. They're putting us in that exact situation and saying "have fun! Enjoy dying a lot!" We will, we certainly will.
What makes the game even more complicated is only having one arrow with which to kill the 1 HP monsters of the world. If our aim is untrue and we should miss, we have to summon the arrow back to you, otherwise we are defenseless to the boss's attacks. We love the concept of Titan Souls, and we're excited to see it put into action.
Tom Clancy's The Division
Release date: 2015
Ubisoft ended their E3 2013 press conference with a crazy-looking multiplayer shooter, one that boasts exploration and player progression on an MMO level. That game is The Division, and it got us talking from the minute Aisha Tyler and her girl wood left the stage and the show had ended. We wanted to see what The Division was all about, and soon.
A major pandemic sweeps through the country, and as basic services fall, a team of elite troops called, you guessed it, The Division is activated. These soldiers live normal lives but have full authority to maintain the peace of basic society by any means necessary. This means epic firefights in the streets of a desolate New York City where every bullet fired comes from a human being, and we want to hit that battlefield ASAP.
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The games on this list will provide hours and hours of fun for you to point and click through, but surely there are a few titles that slipped our minds. Let us know in the comments below, and we'll be sure never to make those mistakes again, oh great lords of the master race.