My Tracking List
A list of all the games I'm keeping track of (April 2011).
A list of all the games I'm keeping track of (April 2011).
Not super interested in this one, but I'm still keeping my eyes peeled for any news.
I love adventure games, and this one seem to have an interesting story.
Played the first episode and it was pretty nice. Probably going to play the second one as well.
I just like post-apocalyptic games...
Seems like an interesting enough pirate game.
Spies, cold war and Rockstar North - do I need to day more?
Loved the first one, and thus far the sequel looks every bit as awesome.
A first-person shooter set in the Alien universe. What's not to like?
Although I didn't really liked the developer's previous games, I'm still looking forward to see more of this one.
Do I really need to explain this one?
No a big fan of the Battlefield games, but what I've seen so far really got me excited.
The first Beyond Good and Evil was great, so of course I'm following the sequel...
A city in the sky. With big mechanical monsters. All set in turn-of-the-century United States. Come on! It's bloody genius!
I was really excited about this one at first, but as time went by, and more and more gameplay footage was available, I lost interest. Still... worth keeping track of...
First two were nice, and I like the whole "modern wild west" thing it was going on.
Looks decent enough. Might even be fun... don't know yet, thats why I'm tracking it!
It looks weird, and very... um... unique... So why not?
Sound-based gameplay. Sounds (ha!) interesting enough.
An action game by Crytek. That's enough to peek my interest.
Don't know enough about this game, but I like the source engine, and the whole idea of mixing single-player with multi-player sounds interesting on paper, so...
It's coming out for the PC, so I'll probably play it. Plus, Mike Patton is all kinds of awesome.
Darksiders had a cliffhanger ending, as so many games have, so I'm bound to check up on the sequel.
Not saying I'll play it. Just keeping my eye on this one.
I've being watching for Dead Island ever since 2006, when the first screenshots were published (you know, before it was cool ;))
Underwater shooting action!
I know nothing about this one, so it obviously intrigues me.
Videos look amazing, and the gameplay seems really fun.
Lots of over the top action. Looks fun.
It's pretty obvious why I'm tracking Diablo 3...
I'll admit I didn't like Doom 3, but maybe Doom 4 will revert to its roots and be all about carnage and demon slaying. One can only hope.
The Longest Journey and Dreamfall are among my favorite adventure games ever, so I can't waiting for the story to continue (especially after the cliffhanger ending).
The first Driver was probably the first driving game I really enjoyed playing. I'm hoping the new game will rekindle my love for high-speed chases and head-on collusions.
Yep. It's coming.
I already mentioned I love post-apocalyptic games. I know this game has been on hold since 2009, but I'm still keeping my ear to the ground, hoping for some news.
From what I know, the game has been canceled. but I still keep it on my list in case of a new development.
An open world zombie survival RPG. Just heard all these words together makes me all kinds of excited.
Not a big fan of The Elder Scroll series, but still, it looks interesting enough.
Played every F.E.A.R to date, so no way I'm missing this one. And there's Co-op!
Looks nice. I guess. I still don't have a firm opinion on Project Dust, so I guess I'll just have to wait for the reviews.
It's actually the first Kincet game that looks even remotely fun to play...
Huge fan of the Half Life games. Bring on Half Life 3. Or at least episode 3...
Another game in the Hitman series, which I love.
Looks fun. And gory. Have I mentioned I like "gory"?
Looks like a fun game to play with a friend.
I am intrigued.
Check out this description: "Track down the re-incarnated souls of history's most evil people in your capacity as an agent for a shadowy organization of dubious intent". Now tell me - doesn't it sounds awesome?
Waiting to play the first one (when I work my way from the pile of PS3 games on my desk), and the sequel looks at least as interesting.
Looking forward to learn more about it.
Manipulating gravity is kind of an old trick, but Inversion looks like a fun little action game. Maybe it can be all that Dark Void failed to be.
Telltale games are great, and now they made one with dinosaurs in it!
Looks decent enough. Maybe it would even be fun.
Three words: In-Fucking-Credible!
This will probably be the first Zelda game I play. Never cared about this franchise (or any other Nintendo game), but it's time to give it a try.
I was never interested in ROTR games, but this time it looks like they are doing things right.
I've been meaning to play a Metal Gear Solid game for quite some time now. Since it's coming out on the PC, I guess I'll try it.
Mortal Kombat is going back to its roots! Hooray!
'splosion man was pure fun, so I'm not going to pass on an opportunity to 'splode some more.
Looks fun. Is there a better reason?
Same people who made Runaway, which were very good adventure games. These guys just get it...
Light and Darkness theme is kinda cool, and the visual style is nice.
I hope there will be cake. Or pie. Or even cookies. I'm not picky...
The first one was ok, and there is nothing wrong with some first-person shooter action in space.
Really enjoyed the first Prototype. Hope there's a lot to do this time around as well.
Looks amazing, and again - post-apocalyptic goodness.
I always liked 2D Rayman better.
Destruction of an epic scale.
Zombies and black-ops guys. Not very survival horror (or even horror) but still some good old fashioned zombie killing.
Still need to play the previous 2 titles in the series (which I'm going to), but in the mean while I'm keeping my eyes on the next one.
Open-world crime game, with a motorcycle. Sounds good enough.
If it's anything like Saints Row 2, I'm sold.
Dystopian world. My second favorite kind of world. Keeping track of this one.
I don't know what, but something about this game intrigues me. No harm in following its progress.
I like horror games, and although this one seems to be all about the action, I'm still keeping track of it.
Another title in my all time favorite survival horror series.
A game based on the great movie? colour me hyped.
I was very excited about it when it was first announced, so I'm still hoping it will see the light of day (and the insides of my PC).
The action looks intense, story and settings looks interesting enough, and the sand mechanics look nice.
Yet another Spider-man game. Since the future Spidey was my favorite one to play as in the previous title, I'm giving this the benefit of the doubt.
The Zerg campaign was my favorite in the original Starcraft.
The Protoss campaign was my second favorite.
One of my all time favorite video game franchise is back!
Doesn't look all that much so far, but looks can be deceiving.
There aren't a lot of games set in World War 1, which is a shame because it's a great setting.
Not really into Tom Clancy games, but Future Soldier is looking promising.
The new reboot of Tomb Raider. I have to see how it will come out.
Double Fine is a great studio which great games. Keeping an eye on this one.
Trine was pretty cool to play, so its sequel should be at least as cool, if not better.
Uncharted 2 was the first game I played on the PS3, and I enjoyed it (not as much as I expected, but still). Hoping the 3rd installment will be better.
Been tracking this one forever, and still nothing new has emerged in all these years. Keeping it on my list, just in case.
I was really surprised at how good The Witcher was when I first played it, so naturally I'm expecting the sequel.
An X-men game with a good premise. Should be worth a looking in to.
I played the first 2 X-Com games when I was younger, and I remember I really liked them back then. And everything I've seen so far of the new game is pretty cool.
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