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The Most Anticpated Videogames of 2015

Dying Light (February 2015) PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4

Dead Island 2 not enough zombies for you? Well, there's always Dying Light, the next game from the creators of the Dead Island series. Developer Techland’s undead adventure features a world overrun by the brain-munchers and people fighting them--and each other--just to survive. And even though zombies are used in everything from shooters to RPGS to kiddie Kinect games (OK, maybe not all of those), Dying Light stands out from the horde.

The more you explore the huge open world, the more side quests will dynamically pop up. It’s a perfect place to parkour through too--while the undead hordes shamble below, you can skip and flip around the rooftops above. Oh, and the virus that made those hordes become the monsters they are now? You’re totally infected too. We’ll see how the plague spreads next year.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (February 24, 2015) PC, Xbox One, PS4

The choice heavy storytelling of the Witcher series finally moves into a completely open world in which, it seems, anything can happen. The amnesiac Witcher, Geralt of Rivia, is on a mission to recover his lost memories leading him to seek out the Wild Hunt, a spectral cavalcade of wandering ghosts. Sounds mysterious and cool already, right? Well, we haven't even touched on how the gameplay works yet.

As a witcher, you have skills not unlike a medieval jedi knight. You can force push enemies to the ground, mind trick villagers to gain information about a quest, and swing a sword like nobody's business. On top of all of the action of cutting the heads off dangerous monsters for money, you'll also choose the fate of the local populace. Villages will rise and fall according to your actions, so choose your path wisely.

Rise of the Tomb Raider (Holiday 2015) PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4

The 2013 Tomb Raider reboot makes us all think about Uncharted--and how Tomb Raider is on par with Drake when it comes to epic adventuring and ruin-crawling. Lara’s first journey across a pirate island to save her crew from madmen worshiping an ancient Japanese goddess is all kinds of exciting, but it totally ruins her mental state. It’s a story that demands more attention, and now it’s getting it.

Rise of the Tomb Raider will deal with Lara’s strange state of mind after her time on the island, and we’re excited to see what that means. Will she have nightmares about the horrific things she had to do to survive--and more importantly, will we get to play through those surreal moments!? Just how mental health and raiding tombs go together we don’t know, but we’re excited to find out.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege (2015) PC, Xbox One, PS4

The debut of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege at E3 2014 was striking for several reasons. Destructible environments, intense hostage extractions, tactical co-op play--these set up Siege as a pulse-pounding entry in Tom Clancy’s rainbow-iffic military series. We are stoked to suit up again as the Rogues and Ravens.

Those destructible environments? Yeah, that’s like, any part of the level. The E3 demo showed soldiers breaching through walls, windows, rooftops, you name it. The Rogues can choose where to begin the stage, hunkering down in a room or hall with their hostage. The Ravens can then choose any point on the map to start their breach. This intense game of “hold the fort” is only going to get tenser with next year’s release.

Yoshi’s Woolly World (2015) Wii U

It’s sooooo cute! Seriously, guys, this is the most adorable thing Nintendo has done since Kirby got the fabric-and-thread treatment with Kirby’s Epic Yarn. Yoshi’s Woolly World might just be the truly awesome Yoshi game we’ve wanted since the disappointing Yoshi’s New Island on 3DS.

Yoshi is still gobbling down baddies, throwing eggs, and flutter-jumping around platforms, but this time, everything is covered in a cuddly crocheted art style. This means his normal movements are replaced with heartwarming redesigns--when running, his legs become little wheels; when flutter-jumping, they transform into tiny propellers. And all this so-cute-it’s-sickening fun can be experienced with a friend, as Yoshi’s Woolly World sports multiple Yoshis for co-op play, a first for traditional Yoshi titles. We’ll try our best to keep it together while floating through this threaded world next year.

Dead Island 2 (2015) PC, Xbox One, PS4

Did anyone else catch Jack Black at the end of that E3 trailer? It wasn’t just a lovely vignette of a jogger losing his mind (and flesh). We may have gotten our first snippet of the protagonist’s voice. Beyond that, Dead Island 2 is bringing back the guns, zombies, and undead-slaying action we loved in the first game--now with a cartoonier look!

We don’t know much about Dead Island 2, but rumors suggest we’ll be battling the undead hordes off the coast of California. Other scuttlebutt says we’ll be in California proper--but then, that’s not an island, let alone a dead one. Maybe that infamous “earthquake sending the west coast out to sea” finally happens? In any case, the game is in the hands of Yager, makers of Spec Ops: The Line, so we expect great things.

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse (2015) Wii U

After Yoshi’s new yarn treatment, Kirby is getting an adorable redesign too, and that style debuts in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse on Wii U. In the followup to Kirby: Canvas Curse for DS, the little pink puffball gets the claymation treatment--everything has a stuttered, hand-crafted look, like in Coraline or tons of holiday programming. And the gameplay feels similarly hands-on.

Rather than run and jump through levels, you control Kirby by sending him rolling forward, drawing rainbow lines on the GamePad to guide his path. The pink blob's tank and submarine forms return, but everything is controlled via the stylus and touch screen. This forces your attention onto the GamePad, but that just means you’re looking more closely at the beautiful clay world Nintendo has crafted here. Anyone feel like breaking out the old Playdoh?

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (2015) Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4

In the continuing saga of Big Boss and Hideo Kojima saying he’s done with him, here comes another Metal Gear game. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is the first open-world game to sport the stealthiness of Kojima’s epic tale, but it’s more than just a new setting. It’s a modified Snake in a totally different world.

The Phantom Pain’s open-world setting means Snake will spend time riding on horseback (which he can totally do stealthily!) and driving vehicles. He’s also just woken up from a nine-year coma--with a cybernetic arm! New mechanics and new abilities for Snake mean The Phantom Pain will really spice up the MGS world. And did we mention you can airlift goats? Yeah, that’s a thing. It’s pretty awesome.

Splatoon (2015) Wii U

It’s got adventures, platformers, and puzzlers, so it was only a matter of time before Nintendo tried its hand at shooters. What does that mean in the typically kid-friendly world of the big N? It means Splatoon, a team-based arena shooter where blood and bullets are replaced by ink and squids.

Splatoon pits two teams against each other, with each side carrying a different color of ink. Your goal is to cover the arena in your team’s color. You don’t need to spray your opponents, even though it does daze them--your goal is to paint the town red...or whatever your team’s color happens to be. Ink on the ground? Transform into a squid and jet through it at high speeds. In the end, a (literal) fat cat judges who won the ink-spraying contest. Nintendo’s take on shooters is different, but quite endearing.

Homefront: The Revolution (2015) PC, Xbox 360, PS4

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The first Homefront was a dark tale of North Korea invading the United States, slaughtering people in the streets and squashing any attempt at resistance. Sounds like a great place to revisit! At least Homefront: The Revolution gives us a glimmer of hope with its 2029 setting. That’s two years after the events of the first game, when the US has regained several of its western states.

This time around, warfare will take place in an open-world Philadelphia--and that means new tactics. Guerilla maneuvers are an option now, so expect to use ambushes and hit-and-runs to fight back your foes. But that also means you’ll have to scout your battlefields ahead of time, figuring out the best place to lie in wait. When the action starts, expect to spark a molotov cocktail or two, using The Revolution’s new crafting system to turn the tide. Prepare to fight for freedom when the revolution begins next year.

Halo 5: Guardians (2015) Xbox One

Master Chief’s saga isn’t quite over, but how his story continues is still a bit up in the air. In fact, the main piece of artwork released by developer 343 Industries proudly shows a Spartan who is NOT the Chief. What does this mean for Halo 5: Guardians? Well, we don’t really know.

What we do know is that he’s a completely new character, and that Halo 5 will run on an entirely new engine. We know that it’s a new chapter in Master Chief’s life, and that this will start a new status quo for the series. Hey, that’s a lot of “news.” Expect more of it as we get closer to the game’s fall 2015 release.

Batman: Arkham Knight (2015) PC, Xbox One, PS4

Much like Halo 5 telling a new chapter in Master Chief’s life, Batman: Arkham Knight is a new chapter in Bruce Wayne’s life--the final one from developer Rocksteady, in fact. This entry takes place much later in Batman’s life, and that means a lot of changes.

First up, the goddamn Batmobile--it’s sleek, it’s speedy, and it can transform into a tank. Hell yeah. Second, Rocksteady has created an original villain for this trilogy-ender, the Arkham Knight. His identity is unknown, his motivations are unknown. And he’s joined by the expected rogues gallery: Scarecrow, Riddler, Penguin, and Two-Face will all be making their villainous return--and that’s only the lineup we know. There will be a lot more villainy and Bat-punchy action to see before the game’s full release.

Mario Maker (2015) Wii U

If you’ve ever played a video game in your life, it was likely a Mario game. We could throw a football out a window, and it would likely hit some poor kid on the head while he jumped through Super Mario 3D Land on his 3DS. But for all the luster behind Mario and his games, one thing has always been absent--customization. That’s about to change with Mario Maker.

Mario Maker gives you the tools to actually craft your very own Super Mario Bros. level. Using the Wii U’s GamePad, you can simply tap and drag all manner of blocks, pipes, and power-ups to anywhere on screen. Want a simple stage to test out? Go for it. Want to create a stage so hard even the infamous Kaizo Hack falls to its knees in fear? You can do that too! And if the eight-bit look doesn’t suit you, you can always switch the palette over to the New Super Mario Bros. look. Wahoo!

Mortal Kombat X (2015) PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4

Finish him! Mortal Kombat is back with a vengeance--a Mortal Kombat: Vengeance, if you will. Mortal Kombat X (pronounced “ex,” even though it does follow MK9), is the first new-gen entry for the storied series, and it’s bringing some new fighters and reworked ideas to the new consoles.

As far as the roster, the bug-lady D’Vorah, the piggy-backing Ferra and Torr, the Aztec Kotal Kahn, and the lovechild Cassie Cage will be making their debut with MKX. Confirmed alongside them are Scorpion and Sub-Zero, and we expect more of the classics like Raiden and Kitana to be announced soon too. Fighters old and new alike will be experiencing reworked x-ray attacks--and by “reworked,” we mean hella gorier and yet gorgeous, with new-gen graphics.!

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture (2015) PC, PS4

The Chinese Room is the development team behind the haunting Dear Esther and Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. For their newest title Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, they’re taking on the end of the world. This isn’t about earth-cracking earthquakes or acid rain from deadly skies--this apocalyptic title is about the depression that happens after all that has passed. It’s about searching for any sign of humanity, of hope.

It sounds like a bummer, but Rapture promises to intrigue with its beautiful graphics and hint of mystery. The cottages, woods, and rivers of 1984 England look gorgeous, and as you move through them, you’ll get the sense of “more than meets the eye.” There are weird electromagnetic noises coming from certain devices, and a strange orb of light floats alongside you as you explore. Shadows of the past can also be seen with a keen eye, as strange static ghosts appear from time to time. It’s the end of the world, but that doesn't mean there aren't tons of loose ends.

Xenoblade Chronicles X (2015) Wii U

There was little doubt that the previous footage of developer Monolith Soft's then-named project X was actually the next entry in the Xenoblade series. Xenoblade Chronicles X takes you to a wide-open world, gives you a giant robot to walk around in, and sets you free to discover your own fortune and adventure.

The trailer released showing clips of the in game cutscenes and a few glimpses at the characters didn't do much to clarify what the story of the game will actually be. We do know it will have something to do with the Earth being destroyed or taken over by some enemy group, forcing the good guys to seek out a new home. The real question is whether this will be a direct sequel to Xenoblade Chronicles or be a standalone story. We'll just have to wait and see.

Bloodborne (2015) PS4

If you were hoping for another Dark Souls sequel for 2015, well, you're pretty much getting that with Bloodborne. The developers at From Software are taking the you're-gonna-die-a-whole-lot gameplay and transplanting the dark fantasy setting into the future--around the early 19th century we're guessing.

But the thing about the new setting is that the shield up and circle strafe gameplay has been done to death. So, the developers have given the player the tools to be much more aggressive--and by tools we're talking a shotgun and a massive cleaver. Despite the inclusion of guns, you can bet the developers will find new ways of making the enemies even more punishing SOBs.

Zelda Wii U (2015) Wii U

Ever since Nintendo showed that Zelda tech demo on the Wii U and gave us a taste of the HD Zelda visuals, we've been waiting to see the next Zelda on the new hardware. Lo and behold, Eiji Aonuma took the spotlight during Nintendo's Digital Event during E3 2014 and revealed a brand new open-world Zelda with the beautiful cel-shaded visual style of Skyward Sword.

There still isn't much that is known about the next entry in the classic series. We know Link is back, but for some reason, the developers decided against showing the hero in his traditional green garb. Horseback riding has returned and Link will get access to his trusty bow--only this time the arrows seem to take on some never-before-seen magical quality. It seems the developers are leaning towards the open feel of A Link Between Worlds and turning the next entry into the Skyrim of Zelda titles, and there's nothing wrong with that.

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (2015) PS4

Naughty Dog sure knows how to get our attention. Even when they have very little to show off, they still somehow get us ridiculously excited for a game just by presenting the right combination of gorgeous CGI, promising new locales and just the right amount of intrigue to get us wondering what comes next. That is the story behind Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, and while it has only been teased in a couple of trailers, that doesn't stop us from being so, so ready to get our hands on it.

While much of this game is still cloaked in mystery, the teasers we've seen have given us a couple of juicy hints. It will probably take place in the jungles of Madagascar. There will probably be pirates. Nathan Drake has been out of the game for too long but has to get back in for mysterious reasons that could get him killed. And we mean it this time, since the game is called "A Thief's End", and we have reason to believe this is our intrepid hero's last hurrah. Whether that plays out is a question for next year, and in the meantime we'll be chomping at the bit until we find out for ourselves.

Star Wars Battlefront (2015) Xbox One, PS4, PC

Now that the Star Wars rights are under the Disney corporation, the Mickey Mouse company is making some waves with the license. One of the first things to come out of the acquisition was that Disney put EA in charge of the future Star Wars games. Apparently, one of those games is going to be a new Battlefront, and the guys that are working on the Battlefield series thought they might be good at making the Star Wars Battlefield clone. Go figure.

It looks like the force is strong with this situation. DICE is currently working on the next Battlefront entry to release in time with the upcoming 2015 film Star Wars Episode VII. As of now, there is very little actual detail on the game--we know that there will probably be a Hoth and Endor stage, but that's about it. Hopefully, we'll get some real information on the shooter soon.

Inside (2015) Xbox One

Limbo creator Playdead has a flare for understated, creepy games, which is what made their first title such a hit. After four years of silence, the developer has re-emerged with an equally uncanny title called Inside. While details on it are still vague, our first look at its eerie atmosphere and gameplay has us twitching in our seats--in the best way.

Set in a bleak-looking world where people march ceaselessly forward like zombie drones, you play a character with free will, trying to maneuver through the landscape without being discovered. This includes hiding from search lights, running from vicious animals (also a mermaid), and pretending to be one of the unthinking horde, all while chasing down someone yourself. Featuring a slightly wide color palette than Limbo--the main character wears a red shirt!--the whole package looks great, and this is one creepy adventure we are don't plan to miss.