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Top 5 Most Anticipated Video Games Of 2019

Discussion in 'General Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Jun 19, 2019.

By GaryOPA on Jun 19, 2019 at 10:59 PM
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    The gaming industry is moving at an incredibly fast pace, so it’s only natural to be excited about the new releases!

    Even if we’re already at the half of 2019, and we already saw some amazing new games (Mortal Kombat 11 is a fantastic example), this doesn’t mean that the other half of the year won’t be just as interesting.

    In fact, the list of releases for late 2019 is quite amazing! Don’t believe us? Then have a look at the top 5 most anticipated titles we listed below.

    The Last of US II

    Set in a world where the zombie apocalypse is in full motion, The Last of Us II is not just about survival and eradicating the undead.

    The game is designed with impressive cinematics, highly realistic images, and impossible situations that force players to use wit, creativity, and original thinking. The Last of Us II is the sequel and fans get to see Ellie (the openly gay girl from the first installment) all grown up and continuing the fight.

    The release date is set in October, and critics already consider this to be the biggest game of the year.

    Sea of Solitude

    This probing thriller and psychological horror has been on the top of gamers’ lists for quite some time.

    The stunning artwork, design, and writing of Cornelia Geppert feature in what is sure to be a masterful look into isolation and loneliness (hence the pictures of Cornelia smiling everywhere).

    The game features a protagonist who has been turned into a monster and is trying to discover the reason why.

    Discover your innermost secrets as you explore a submerged city with a surprise around every corner.

    Wolfenstein: Youngblood

    Yet another sequel (it’s a continuation of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood), this game features two twin sisters who fight Nazi oppressors in 1980 France. The game has two different main characters (the sisters) so it supports coop play, which is quite an interesting turn.

    So, if you’re into eradicating Nazis from a virtual world, keep an eye on the release date for this amazing game!

    Meanwhile, to stay sharp and ready, we recommend Krunker.io, a browser game that will help you understand and develop warfare tactics and more.

    The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

    This remake of a definitive Game Boy classic is sure to quickly become another classic.

    Although not canon with the mainstream timeline of Zelda games, Link’s Awakening promises to add to the lore of Hyrule. Visually, players can expect the best of 3D rendered technology and the stellar gameplay that always seems to be a hallmark of the Zelda brand.

    This is a game that parents can show to their kids in one of the first truly generational brands in video games.

    While the trailer was released in the first half of 2019, we don’t have an official launch date yet. So, if you’re anxious about waiting that long, why not embark on a different adventure and play Shellshockers.io? It will take your mind off Legends of Zelda and will keep your reflexes sharp for when it will be finally released.

    Twin Mirror

    Not every hit game has to be popcorn blockbuster action, and Twin Mirror is perfect for those who prefer mystery, intrigue and even a bit of horror.

    This murder caper set in the eerie and quiet backdrop of rural West Virginia has people talking about the depth of its atmosphere and gameplay already. Hopefully, the game lives up to the hype.

    Wrap Up

    The world of video games is richer than it has ever been. These are just a few of the gems that await you in the coming months of 2019. Let’s hope that future generations of games in years to come put forth the same amount of effort and creativity as this year’s standout crop.


Discussion in 'General Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Jun 19, 2019.

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