Top 10 most anticipated games from E3 2012
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9) Tomb Raider
Oh Lara, where have you been? It’s been quite some time since we were submerged in a Tomb Raider title, especially when you consider the buzz that was just a year ago on Croft’s return. While it’s an assumption that we’ll see a new title revealed at this year’s E3, we feel it’s a great one at that – Lara Croft can only remain quiet for so long. As the old saying goes – “in time we’ll know” – okay, maybe that’s just our saying, but work with us here!
8) Medal of Honor Warfighter
After a dismal showing two years ago with Medal of Honor, EA and Danger Close are back at it again, determined to show the world that MoH means business. In a genre clustered with upcoming titles, it’s hard to believe that we’re excited for something new, but Warfighter seems, well, different. Backed by DICE’s Frostbite 2.0 engine, Warfighter looks, and we mean looks, better than ever. If EA and Danger Close are able to focus on their end of the deal, instead of focusing on their opponents, Medal of Honor Warfighter has the chance to take over a genre begging for innovation.