Wonder what it could be?
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Sonic: We Promise It Won't Suck This Time
That's my guess.
Lost World gave me so many mixed feelings, the bosses sucked completely, then half the levels were AWE-mazing and the other half was "WTF is this shit"
I played the demo in my friends house and enjoyed it. I wonder what they did to mess up the rest.
It's about time they showed Zone of the Enders 3 for PS4. Good show, GI.
That would make my PS4 purchase justified.
sadly this has no chance of happening even though like you guys I still hold on to hope....
I guess if I made the short list of what would make me flip.... Screen Shots to Mass Effect 4 would do the trick. I also want another Jade Empire game and my god do I want to see Fallout 4....
I just bought ME3 on sale and booted it up. I forgot just how awful the facial animations are in ME games. I know it sounds petty, but it drives me crazy. A story based role playing game should have at least decent facial animations lol.
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The sci-fi multiplayer-focused shooter pits a four-player crew of alien hunters against a separate player-controlled monster that grows larger and more powerful over the course of matches. Each hunter features its own unique items and abilities, and while the monster may be outnumbered, its size and an assortment of devastating attacks make it a more than formidable foe. Like Turtle Rock's previous titles, Evolve is being built with variety and replayabilty in mind; the result is a novel mix of cooperative and competitive multiplayer elements that's unlike anything we've played before. Our exclusive hands-on time with the game's four-versus-one hunt mode left us with plenty to be excited about, and you can get all the details in this month's issue.
Our 12-page look at Evolve reveals the first hunters, monster, and unique equipment players will get their hands on when the game releases on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 this fall. We also have a wealth of exclusive screens and hands-on impressions you won't want to miss. Check out the cover image below for your first hint at what's to come.
Looks like Microsoft bought the wrong multiplayer-online online shooter.
Use your keyboard!
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