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adidan 4th January 2013, 13:44 Quote
Looking forward to Tomb Raider, just for old times sake, although that will be on console for me. Will be interesting to see what they've done with the story so long as it's not 95% cut scene/mash buttons.

For PC, well, GTA5 and X:Rebirth are the ones I'm keeping an eye out for.
S1W1 4th January 2013, 13:57 Quote
No Arma 3?

How disappointing.
Risky 4th January 2013, 20:44 Quote
Only game I'm concerned about is X:Rebirth
MrGumby 4th January 2013, 21:48 Quote
What no HL3? Maybe next decade
Digi 4th January 2013, 22:30 Quote
GTA IV, DoW3 but I very much doubt they'll manage it.
pbryanw 4th January 2013, 22:37 Quote
For an RPG fan like me, I'm most looking forward to Dragon Age 3. Hopefully it'll be more Dragon Age: Origins than Dragon Age 2, and be a throwback to classic BioWare adventures. If it's set in the Orlesian Empire, as rumoured, I'm expecting many silly accents.
[ZiiP] NaloaC 4th January 2013, 23:32 Quote
No love for Planetary Annihilation?

YOU CAN FLING MOONS AT PLANETS!
blackworx 4th January 2013, 23:38 Quote
I'm on strike until HL3 comes out. I fully accept that I may actually run out of other things to do in the meantime. You know, like draw breath.
lp1988 5th January 2013, 03:04 Quote
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Originally Posted by Pookie
Company Of Heroes 2 is the main game for me this year.

There is going to be a COH2

Plus Rome II And SC2 HOTS, this year may turn out to bee a very good one, But seriously 2012 was a great year for games as well.

Now go play Spec ops The line
m0ngy 5th January 2013, 09:50 Quote
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Originally Posted by Bloody_Pete
No mention of Planetary Annilahation? For shame!

Planetary Annihilation...? I was a HUGE fan of TA...
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Originally Posted by [ZiiP] NaloaC
No love for Planetary Annihilation?

YOU CAN FLING MOONS AT PLANETS!

OMFG!!! TA (Total Awesomeness) is BACK!! ---> http://planetaryannihilation.com/ <----
Pete J 6th January 2013, 06:19 Quote
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Originally Posted by Risky
Only game I'm concerned about is X:Rebirth

Completely forgot about this! Yup, eager to see it as well - as in I will buy it at launch.

Edit: 3000th post!
Boscoe 7th January 2013, 00:23 Quote
Half life 3 was forgotten!
Pete J 7th January 2013, 06:09 Quote
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Originally Posted by Boscoe
Half life 3 was forgotten!
Games to look forward to in 2013, not 2031.

:p
Griffter 7th January 2013, 16:22 Quote
HL3 is coming out with the new steam box later this yr. sounds like im joking, but gabe has already confirmed they have developed in and most likely coming out with their steam box this yr. and a big game to debut the console/pc box thingy... shut up and just take my money!
Boscoe 7th January 2013, 18:19 Quote
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Originally Posted by Griffter
HL3 is coming out with the new steam box later this yr. sounds like im joking, but gabe has already confirmed they have developed in and most likely coming out with their steam box this yr. and a big game to debut the console/pc box thingy... shut up and just take my money!

I hope it does I'm going to by a brand new top spec rig to play it max settings when it comes out whether I eat for that month or not I will have that pc!
x5pilot 8th January 2013, 10:21 Quote
I could never understand the attraction for a guy to aspire to take on the role of Laura Croft in the old and now the new tomb Raider. Lets face it, the large majority of gamers are guys (queue the feminists!)
I for one would much prefer to play the character as her twin, separated at birth, Larry Croft. Perhaps this game taps into some sub-conscious male desire of cross dressing or cross sexualisation?!
OcSurfe 8th January 2013, 21:18 Quote
I think that this is the best looking lara croft so far,
however, i think that the new alien game will be brilliant,
hopefully graphically stunning too
SubtleOne 11th January 2013, 16:34 Quote
Funny Crysis 3 is not in your list. No matter how it turns out, it is impossible to not be on anyone's list of games to look out for in 2013. Like many, am curious about CoH2, but am strongly suspicious it won't be just CoH with slightly revamped graphics and a new campaign. Fun no doubt, but unlikely to have much Wow factor.

Dead Space 3, though if it continues the road of just action and no chills, then it will have permanently lost its special appeal to me. Curious about part two of Starcraft II, but am not an RTS junkie (aside from Crusader Kings II - but it is a very special type).
LightningPete 14th January 2013, 07:32 Quote
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Originally Posted by damien c
For me the main games I am seriously looking forward to this year are Crysis 3 and Sim City.

Crysis 3 is the reason I went SLI'd GTX 680's.

Not really looked for much more in terms of games because there will be the next installment in the console port series of Call Of Duty.

But question this time is will your SLI'd GTX 680's handle Sim City?
:|
Si_the-dude 14th January 2013, 12:33 Quote
I realise it's almost certainly going to be a complete and utter turd, but I'm looking forward to Resident Evil 6. While I didn't really enjoy 5 I've loved the franchise since the original came out a million years ago and feel obliged to pick it up.
KithKhan 26th January 2013, 16:14 Quote
Star Citizen\Squadron 42 (not sure if they'll be released this year)
Sim City
Rome II
KithKhan 26th January 2013, 16:15 Quote
Oh yeah. And SC2: Heart of of the Swarm, of course.
stjimmy69 10th July 2013, 15:47 Quote
In retrospect, SimCity could not have made a worse impact on the gaming market. This just reminded me how overly hyped it really was compared with how little it delivered to an already bloated market full of far better games. I never thought SimCity 4 would stand the test of time this long but after playing the new one, i can't believe how much better it really is.
Who'd have thought that the most over-hyped part (the online aspect) would turn out to be one of the biggest polished turds the world has ever seen.
stjimmy69 10th July 2013, 15:53 Quote
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Originally Posted by x5pilot
I could never understand the attraction for a guy to aspire to take on the role of Laura Croft in the old and now the new tomb Raider. Lets face it, the large majority of gamers are guys (queue the feminists!)
I for one would much prefer to play the character as her twin, separated at birth, Larry Croft. Perhaps this game taps into some sub-conscious male desire of cross dressing or cross sexualisation?!

So what you're saying is that you feel the game did not cater to you as a man?
You're right, the majority of games are catered towards men, what you're suggesting is that all games should be that way and not at least attempt to cater towards a female market.
That said, Tomb Raider is about as far from "female orientated" as chocolate knickers in that it, once again, proves how sexist and detrimental towards an equal society games have to be to be accepted by male gamers. I find it disgusting that you assume the games industry should cater towards male gamers just because they make up the larger portion of the market (acute marketing exec's know to avoid crowded areas of the market and head for "niche" areas once in a while), but i'm even more disgusted that you think the game is anything close to female orientated.
Close minded views on world equality are what make modern gaming (specifically every game that features an overly muscular space marine) such a chore.
Here's a point to take away - if you find it difficult to play as a female in a game but will happily play as a muscular armour-clad moron with a minigun, you're probably not as comfortable in your manhood as you would like to think you are.
stjimmy69 10th July 2013, 16:05 Quote
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Originally Posted by Risky
Only game I'm concerned about is X:Rebirth

None of my friends can understand my obsession with the X games, they're stupidly addictive once you get a hang of the interface and controls. Can't wait for Rebirth!
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