Several cool games upcoming, looking forward to all of them! Dead Island: Riptide, Zeno Clash II, Monaco, Metro:Last Light, Remember Me, Last of Us, GTA, probably more.
Injustice. I just ordered a copy two minutes ago. After that Fuse seems like something I'll be into generic art or not. I'm a big Ratchet fan and its class based take on horde mode might be the thing I wanted most from the actual horde mode missing in Gears Judgment.
After that Revelations...maybe. I loved the 3DS game and any excuse to go through Raid again with communication from other people might be cool.
And The Last of Us obviously.
Nothing major right now, so I'm content going through my backlog instead. I'm interested in the Dark Arisen expansion for Dragon's Dogma (but alas, don't have a console to play it on at the moment). Vaguely interested in Divekick because it looks like something I could convince normal humans to play, and Wasteland 2 is supposedly coming out this year. Ask me after E3.
There's a lot of little stuff, like Monaco and Zeno Clash and Metro Last Light, but I don't know that I'm saying I'm particularly "looking forward" to most of these. I mean, I still haven't played the first Zeno Clash. Or the first Metro. It looks like the games I'm interested (as in "man, I can't wait!") won't be out for at least a couple months. This feels like a rather slow year, frankly -- lots of sequels that I didn't really care to have, reboots I don't care about, and failures that utterly disappointed and made me feel like I wasted my money ( hello, Sim City!). I think Bioshock is the first game of the year that really did much for me -- and that's quarter of the way through 2013!
Remember Me and Last of Us are still 2-3 months away. Then Beyond: Two Souls, GTA V and whatever else is still interesting isn't until the last part of the year. I feel like we're really just waiting until 2014, just after the new generation rolls out, for anything to really get going. Even kind of for the PC.
Don't get me wrong - there's some great stuff this year . . . I just don't feel like it's an avalanch of must-play stuff like some of the last three or four years, where you felt absolutely overwhelmed with weekly awesome games.