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E3 2014: Five games we're most looking forward to seeing from the GameZone team

It's the final countdown. 

Yes, I've been waiting days to use that in this very article. But really, is my toothbrush packed? Are my business clothes too business-y? E3 2014 is a day away with Monday's press conferences taking center stage before the event officially kicks off on Tuesday. As always, GameZone will be on-site in Los Angeles to update you on all the happenings from the show floor. 

We can predict and predict all day long about what's going to go on next week but the truth is that we're going to see some pretty fantastic games — several of which have us excited. 

So, sit back and read through our top five games we're most looking forward to seeing at E3, and be sure to let us know if our picks have you excited as well.

Lance Liebl's Top Five Games He's Most Looking Forward to Seeing 

Lance GameZone1. Batman: Arkham Knight

2. Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

3. Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes on next-gen consoles

4. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

5. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Matt Liebl's Top Five Games He's Most Looking Forward to Seeing

Matt GameZone  1. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

 2. Tom Clancy’s The Division

 3. Super Smash Bros. (even the 3DS version!)

 4. Star Wars: Battlefront

 5. The Sims 4

David Sanchez's Top Five Games He's Most Looking Forward to Seeing 

David GameZone  1. Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number

 2. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

 3. Elegy for a Dead World

 4. Super Smash Bros.

 5. Road Not Taken

Tate Steinlage's Top Five Games He's Most Looking Forward to Seeing 

Tate GameZone1. Tom Clancy’s The Division

2. Battlefield: Hardline 

3. Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

4. Valiant Hearts

5. Super Smash Bros.

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