Sorry I'm a little late with this one. We some some good upcoming games for this next gen on all consoles. Which ones look the best? Well, I'll share that with you right now. This is my own personal top 10 most anticipated games after E3 2013.
10. South Park: the Stick of Truth (360, PS3)
Now here's one I've been waiting for so long to finally come out. I wish they showed more of this at E3 which is why it's lower on the list, but at least we have a release date now. As a huge South Park fan, I really can't wait to pick this up.
9. Knack (PS4)
And our first next gen title on the list, Knack looks like a blast to play. As a future PS4 owner, this is one of the early launch titles that drew me in. We don't see too many platformer action games anymore and this appears to be just what the doctor ordered.
8. Pokemon X/Y (3DS)
I've recently gotten back into the Pokemon series, and Pokemon X/Y looks fantastic. I'm not fully into the whole giga pet part of the game but the rest looks like fun. Could this finally be the 3D Pokemon adventure we've been dreaming of since the N64 days?
7. Tom Clancy's The Division (PS4, One)
Now this is the definition of next gen. Combining squad based tactical shooter gameplay with heavy RPG elements makes The Division one of the most ambitious titles of the next coming years. Everything about this game looks spectacular in its design, visuals and concept. Hell, it's the best use of a tablet so far too (tactical support from the air).
6. Titanfall (One, 360, PC)
What happens when the original creators of the Call of Duty franchise get together and form their own studio? You get Call of Duty on crack. As someone who got bored of that series a while ago, Titanfall looks like a blast to play. Good thing it's coing to the 360, and it might even come out on the PS4 eventually.
5. Infamous: Second Son (PS4)
As a 360 fanboy, I will admit there are some series on the PS3 that I'm jelous of. The Infamous duo is one example. Just the whole concept of choosing to be a hero or villain is always a welcome concept and Second Son looks just as good as the other two. This is the main reason I'm getting a PS4.
4. Project Spark (One, 360, PC)
Out of all the new games Microsoft showed at their conference, this was probably the best. Just the amount of flexibility in the customization is astounding, like MS' answer to Little Big Planet. I was worried when I heard this was a One exclusive but now that it's coming to the 360 and PC, I may have to pick it up.
3. Destiny (PS4, PS3, One, 360)
People were worried when Bungie dropped Halo. They said that Bungie would have a hard time making a new IP and can't survive without the Xbox's killer ap. After looking at Destiny, it appears that Bungie will be just fine, if not better than ever. Destiny looks like Borderlands meets Halo meets Star Wars for an awesome combination. Now all I've got to do is think if I want this on the 360 or the PS4.
2. Watch Dogs (PS4, PS3, One, 360, WiiU, PC)
The trailer last year caught my interest for this game. The info and trailers released this year got me hyped beyond belief. Everything about this game looks incredibly fun; from the graphics to the gameplay. The hack feature especially looks like fun to mess around with. November can't come soon enough.
1. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS4, PS3, One, 360)
The Metal Gear Solid series has almost always been fantastic, nd MGS5: The Phantom Pain looks no different and is probably one of the most ambitious of the series. An open world stealth espionage with vehicles and more tactical stealth moves than ever before. Kojima never fails to disappoint, and I doubt he will with Metal Gear Solid 5.
Sonic Lost World (WiiU, 3DS)
More or less looking forward to the 3DS version over the WiiU version, but it looks like another fun Sonic game none the less.
Killzone: Shadowfall (PS4)
Didn't quite make the list but it looks fun enough. Hell, leaving Halo behind, I'll have to look for another shooter for my FPS multiplayer needs. Hopefully this is it.
The Legend of Zelda: a Link Between Worlds (3DS)
Although I was hoping for a 3D title on the 3DS, this game still looks like a fun throwback to A Link to the Past. The dungeons look as fun as ever and the 3D effects look like they have potential.
Halo 5 (One)
I love Halo but the reason this didn't make the list is because not only am I not getting an Xbox One right away, but we know nothing outside of a teaser trailer.