The war with Nilfgaard obliterated the old order. The North is engulfed in chaos, and marching armies leave a plague of monsters in their wake. Geralt of Rivia once more treads the Witcher’s Path.
2015 is already well underway, and the real game year is right around the corner. 2014 was in many ways the starting year for the new console generation, and all got to see a number of postponements, which has resulted in a seemingly eventful year this time.
Demon's Souls was in the beginning just a little kulthit. Now Souls series almost managed to become a completely separate genre. The genius behind Demon's Souls and Dark Souls, Hidetake Miyazaki, is finally back with their new lovechild: Bloodborne.
The game follows in the same spirit as the rest of Souls games, with unpardonable surroundings and leaden bosses, but in this game are forward-time philosophy completely reverse. Passive playing with shields and blockages removed in favor of aggressive playing with shotgun and transform just blow guns. The game looks searing out, and I look forward madly much to explore and get a beating in the Gothic town Yharnam.
One of the games most people look forward to this year must be Battlefield: Hardline. The game has for a number of opinions is very good starting point and much potential for both good history in singleplayer campaign and great variation in maps for multiplayer.
Many might not be so happy that Battlefield goes beyond the ordinary, with different countries using their militaries, but I think this could be a very fresh breath in the series. It also gives the opportunity to some fun gamemodes in multiplayer since it is the police against robber, which may allow refugee, breaking into places, stealing from transport and much else.
It is perhaps much to hope for, but you never know what the developers intend, then just hope for the best. Taster that part got last year was at least very good and showed some of the new possibilities with hooks and ropes one four after that villain. Battlefield their gadgets have always been very interesting and they do not think Hardline disappoint on this front. Although the game has a new turn, so it still feels like Battlefield, which at least some appreciate.
Now we have all waited long Geralt its recent history. Yet there is something that causes me to believe that this game can live up to the gigantic hype that has been collected during these 15 months it has been postponed. Anyone who has followed the development have realized that this could be something special.
After The Witcher 2 that ended with Nifgaard finally invaded the northern kingdoms, it seems that Geralt must work through a bloody war for finding his lost love. If Wild Hunt is as good as the Inquisition was, will probably summer months just disappear.
It starts approaching a year since Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes was launched. This game would serve as a prologue to the real Metal Gear Solid V, The Phantom Pain. In The Phantom Pain continues one story to Venom Snake, also known as Big Boss, after the events that occurred at Ground Zeroes. This time the player should get moving in a massive open world. To put that in perspective, the game reportedly be 200 times greater than Ground Zeroes.
It is obviously stealth that is in focus, but this time in a much larger and open perspective. In addition to snake its standard, it is this time permit military vehicles. This may provide a new range of variation for both new and old players. Quests can this time be determined in a separate order to create a linear storytelling.
As in Peace Walker gets this time also possible to have a base where one can develop and upgrade weapons as well as recruitment of new personnel. There are also opportunities to control Snake from the air! The Phantom Pain should run on the same engine that was used in Ground Zeroes, ie FOX ENGINE. As I let evident in my review of Ground Zeroes, the graphics a paragraph for themselves. One should not really far from photorealism to describe graphic. Besides all this, there will also be opportunity for multiplayer. This will go under the name Metal Gear Online.
Rocksteady seems to do it a few other games companies have done before them. Namely preferentially cause a trilogy to perfection. The two previous games look certain to have managed to build up under a coherent story that seems to reach its climax with Arkham Knight.
This time it is the Scarecrow who is the big villain after the events of Arkham City led to the gangs united under one head, but that does not mean we do not get to see both old and new acquaintances through history. In addition, we finally allowed to board the Batmobile. There is absolutely nothing to suggest that Rocksteady not be able to deliver with its last chapter in a very solid trilogy, and perhaps the best ever game based on a superhero.
Expectations for Ubisoft new game series is large. It is an ambitious project that combines familiar and addictive RPG elements that loot and progression along with items we know from Dayz. We'll explore a post-pandemic New York in all its crumbling splendor, and based on the trailers that have been shown becomes an emotional and dramatic journey that almost looks uncomfortably realistic.
There are many who are looking forward to the fight the many threats to New York, whether it is computer-programmed enemies or other players you meet on the road.
Blizzard moves once again reprinted waters to conquer yet another new genre. Overstrike looks primarily hilarious out, with colorful visuals and a multitude of distinctive and interesting playable characters. It has often been referred to as shooting game MOBA, a genre that is very popular these days.
It is an intense shooter with a focus on cooperation and finesse, and I'm excited like crazy to finally try it. History The story will take place through carefully orchestrated cutscenes, and if they resemble anything on the Pixar-like trailer they released during the announcement of the game at Blizzcon is the only good things to come.
Christmas is perhaps for this time, but Zelda Wii U is enough already at the top of many wish lists for next year. The game has been showcased twice now and both times visually seemed like a lovely game, and in the other view got everyone a taste of both a huge, utforskbar world and which pretends to be a quick and entertaining combat system.
Zelda fans have much to look forward to in 2015, with a remake of Majora's Mask on the stairs to the 3DS, but it is still the new Wii U game that most get it to itch in my fingers to get the game controller in his hands. Head of production, Eiji Aonuma, have argued that this game will break with old conventions fans might expect.
And I'm excited to see the extent to which he is going to do this. Some fanatics online predicts a female Link, or multiplayer options. Although, I think it becomes a sumptuous crossover with GTA and the name eventually becomes "The Legend of Zelda: A Link to Liberty City." Or maybe not.
When EA revealed a few people how much love developers let in the production of the new Star Wars: Battlefront game, can not Star Wars fans other than to rejoice. During E3 last year they got a glimpse of how detailed DICE has chosen to do the job.
And just the thought of playing Battlefield 4 in the Star Wars universe, like a Storm Trooper, set lists high. How will the game be in relation to the previous Battlefront games and what new things we will be introduced now that there's a new Star Wars movie in production? It's going to be very exciting to see what DICE find on. The good old Battlefront games was well received, and someone plays them still.
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@1996Da7m Playing 1 or 2 is not required to fully enjoy Wild Hunt. =)
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@Splat_86 You can definitely pre-order through PSN. Not sure what time the game will 'unlock" to let people download & play yet.
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@Splat_86 As always, you can ask, but we may not be able to answer depending on the question.
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