What to Play in 2012 – Most anticipated games

  • Diablo III

The long-awaited third game in this role-playing series still doesn’t have an official release date, but we’re no less excited to click mice like we’ve never clicked them before.

  • Dota 2

There was this game called Warcraft 3. Someone made a mod for it called Defense of the Ancients that let players level-up and guide a single hero character into battle. DOTA 2 isn’t exactly based on Warcraft 3 (since it’s been built from the ground-up by Valve and Valve isn’t Blizzard) but it follows the same addicting format as the original.

  • Grand Theft Auto V

It’s the next Grand Theft Auto! According to science, it’s physically impossible to not be at least curious about GTA V–even if you’re not the biggest fan of the series.

  • Halo 4

The Master Chief returns after a long absence, but from the looks of the teaser trailer, he hasn’t lost a step.
  • Mass Effect 3

Shepard and the crew are back and they’ve brought some changes to Mass Effect with them, including a new multiplayer mode.

  • Max Payne 3

It’s been a while since we last saw Mr. Payne, and it would appear that time hasn’t been kind. This action heavy, third-person shooter takes the detective away from his home in New York to the streets of Sao Paolo, Brazil.

 

So according to gamespot.com’s Editors these are some of the Most Anticipated Games of 2012..

At least for the first part of it I am sure, no one knows for sure what to expect from old timers or from newcomers.

As for me, my choice would be DotA 2, which is still in BEta, and I have yet to obtain a key to try it… but with IcefrOg and Valve working together, DotA 2 will be the 2012 hit…

random prayer: Please God give us PORTAL 3 this year and i’ll be good all year.

 

About janbein

Gamer research Biologist who loves art, space and sports.

Posted on January 6, 2012, in Dota hero of the day, Gaming, Love, make me smile, Technology and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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