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9 Upcoming Games We Keep Our Eyes on

There are a lot of games with tons of hype behind them, and they are all mostly slated for a release sometime soon. Some games have lots of funding, some are really well thought and some carry the weight of living up to their franchise’s name. Check out our list for the upcoming games we’re looking forward to down below.


The Evil Within

A few people might say great survival horror games are now hard to find. Shinji Mikami, titled the father of survival horror, is back to direct this one. He was the mind behind the original Resident Evil, Resident Evil 4 and Dino Crisis, and so far, everything looks extremely thrilling. The feeling after seeing the trailer below is indescribable, and if that’s enough, we are also linking the gameplay video here.

Announced Platforms: PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4

Release: August 2014

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

As of writing, we only have limited information on the next Call of Duty. While Ghosts didn’t seem enough for us to buy into it, this looks more promising. Sure, it’s got a little futuristic vibe like other new first-person shooters, but that’s actually a good thing. Check out the reveal trailer to get an idea on what we are talking about:

Announced Platforms: PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4

Release: November 2014


Destiny is one of those really ambitious games as it enters the genre of MMO-RPG first-person shooting with an open world that is futuristic. That’s quite a lot to swallow, but it’s happening.

Announced Platforms: Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4

Release: September 2014

Watch Dogs

Not just another open world game, Watch Dogs puts you in the position of someone who can control almost all the electronics in the city with just his smartphone. That in itself opens a lot of doors for gameplay possibilities, and since it has already been hyped up for too long, it’s releasing this month!

Announced Platforms: PC, Wii U, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4

Release: May 2014


The Next Pokemon

Pokemon X and Y became a huge success, so we’re really excited for the next Pokemon game. While Pokemon Z / X2, Y2 is still in the works, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire has already been announced for the 3DS and it’s a remake for the third-generation. We don’t know a lot about it yet, but here’s the reveal:

Platforms: Nintendo 3DS

Release: November 2014

Heroes of the Storm & StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void

While Diablo III’s Reaper of Souls was just outed out recently and HearthStone is still hot on the plate, we all know Blizzard is cooking up Heroes of the Storm and the next expansion for StarCraft 2. We don’t know a lot about the next StarCraft 2 except that it’s going to be the conclusion of the trilogy plus a few more details, but Heroes of the Storm is what seems to be Blizzard’s main thing right now.


Heroes of the Storm, previously known as Blizzard Allstars, combines all of Blizzard’s heroes from Diablo, Warcraft and StarCraft into one game where all of them can fight. It’s kind of a geek’s dream, unless they’ve already grown loyal to LoL or DoTA 2, but nonetheless, we’re all eyes and ears on Blizzard for this. Check out the cinematic below and here for the gameplay.

Announced Platforms: PC, OS X

Release: TBA

More of The Walking Dead

Drama, zombies and making choices – that’s what The Walking Dead games are all about, and it’s really a good formula that has kept us playing throughout several episodes. There are a lot more on the way, and we’re really excited to see what the Telltale games have in store for us.

The Walking Dead

Announced Platforms: PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, OS X, iOS, PlayStation Vita, Android, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Release: 3 episodes due 2014

The Sims 4

Just like every follow up to every Sims game, Sims 4 is ready to offer you tons of new features and customization options – from the sim itself to the world you’re in. It’s quite a long video down below, but it contains almost everything you need to know about the upcoming game.

Announced Platforms: PC, OS X

Release: Q3/Q4

That’s it for our list, and we hope you share in the hype with us. If you’re waiting for other games, feel free to leave the titles in the comment section down below and let us know what you think!

Bob Freking occasionally contributes articles to the website. He is a UST Graduate of Commerce & Business Administration, Major in Marketing Management, and a full-time Sith Lord with three dragons.

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7 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:


  2. JM says:

    Wow, WildStar is not in the list?

    • Graz says:

      The Philippines is not known to favor MMORPGs; it’s more of the MOBA type (especially those that require a regular subscription fee) Sure there’s a market for it but the majority of the gamers in the Philippines won’t touch it.

      Already pre-ordered mine and planning to commit 3 months to see if it has potential or anything.

    • Graz says:

      *sorry flip the statements around (didn’t proofread what I cut)

      The Philippines is not known to favor MMORPGs (especially those that require a regular subscription fee); it’s more of the MOBA type*

    • poche says:

      short explanation its not free and also has monthly subs. if dota2 is b2p and has monthly subs for sure pinoys wont touch it either.

  3. dyeyar says:

    Where’s mario kart 8, bayonetta 2 and super smash bros for wii u?

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