"Get Hype!" - MeganeAgain's Wishlist

Last updated on June 26, 2013

Just as the title suggests, here is my gaming wishlist. Listed are the games I am currently looking forward to. The list will be updated as I add and remove games. Some games will be bought, and some games will be dropped. I wonder... for which games will I get hype and which games will stay hype?

Games bought:

  • None! :(

Games dropped:

  • None! :)

List items



  • Hot damn, Dark Souls is back! Being a fan of the first game, DSII has automatically captured my interest. Everything looks and sounds good so far. I am ready for more Dark Souls. From Software is looking to impress once again with this series.

  • BB:CP looks to fix my complaints of inconsistent pacing and overly long combos from previous BlazBlue games. The duration of hitstop looks lessened, and combos are noticeably shorter from the videos I've seen. I'm definitely looking forward to this seemingly better "feeling" BlazBlue.

    Also, new characters and story content. That's hype too.

  • UNIB is being developed by French Bread, the geniuses behind Melty Blood. Being already out in the arcades, I can already identify some problems with this game, particularly with absolutely ridiculous combos lengths. Still, the Melty in my blood compels me to play this game. UNIB simply must find its way out of arcades!

  • Looking forward to the Tsukihime remake! I cannot wait to experience this visual novel classic in its new, beautiful form. And luckily (or unluckily) for me, because my save file mysteriously disappeared for the original game, I have yet to explore all of the routes and endings. This remake will be my second chance at completing the game.

  • I will always welcome a new Tales game, and especially so in this rather JRPG barren console generation. Unless the Tales Studio really screws this one up, I will probably end up investing hours and hours into this game.

  • Never messed with Dead or Alive before, but my time with other 3D fighters such as Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown makes me curious about the series. With Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate announced, I figure it's about time to play some Dead or Alive.

  • I loved what I saw during last year's E3. I don't know what else to say other than that I believe in Naughty Dog's game crafting prowess. The Last of Us looks to impress in both the story and gameplay departments.

  • Fearless Night is an indie fighter that looks to play similarly to Guilty Gear. It's a new fighting game IP, so I'm automatically interested. The game is covered in a shroud of mystery as it still has a long way to go before completion. Of course this means I'll be paying extra attention to this fighter.

  • How can I not be excited for the one true game, Divekick? Divekick would place higher on my list if a certain "Warui ne"-saying character makes the roster. If no such character comes to exist in this game, I'm playing Kick. He's top-tier.

  • Mahoyo's already out, but right now it can only be experienced by Japanese readers. And because Type-Moon is Type-Moon, this visual novel will remain inaccessible to the Japanese illiterate for a while. A fan-made English patch will surely be developed, but I'm sure it would take quite some time to sift through and translate all of Mahoyo's content. To those working on a patch, keep up the good work!

  • I'm looking forward to the PC release. I've been playing Skullgirls on the 360 and PS3 in preparation for this.

  • Certainly looks interesting.