E3 2014 is just a few months away below are some of the games which are the potential show-stealers.
The first Bayonetta was released for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 and it was very well received. It had over-the-top action and the gameplay was pretty much similar to that of Devil May Cry. One weird thing though about the sequel is that it will be exclusively released on Wii U. Fans of the series might not find this a smart move from Platinum Games or the franchise itself, but true fans wouldn?t mind dishing out a few extra bucks to a near-dying console just to continue what they have started on the previous game. Two player mode is also going to be included in Bayonetta 2.
Dragon Age: Inquisition
The third major release of the Dragon Age series by BioWare. Inquisition will most likely going to available on both next-gen consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One along with PC this fall. According to the reports, developers will be putting extra effort on enhancing the gameplay mechanics that will be set in an open world larger than it predecessors. Combat will also have a nice treatment though we aren?t expecting something like Assassin?s Creed combat system. (but hey, it can be possible)
One of the most popular upcoming games for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and the previous-gen consoles. It is an open-world zombie survival game similar to Dead Island combined with Mirror?s Edge parkour-style gameplay while possibly crowd-surfing zombies. It also has elements similar to Dead Rising like Day and Night cycle. In daylight, zombies are like stiff moving animated carcasses, but once the sun sets, it?s? time to think fast and run even faster.
The Elder Scrolls Online
Another one of the well-known series. Elder Scrolls Online might be the biggest online game yet to ever be released as it would feature ENTIRE Tamriel. Note that the last phenomenal game Skyrim from the same producer already had a huge open world game just within Skyrim alone. It took seven years in the making and we could expect mind blowing results from this one. The monthly fee however is a bit on the steep side with $14.99 but this is Elder Scrolls and you will certainly get what you pay for and more.
This is probably just a small pint of what?s to come at E3 2014. Check their official website for more info about show schedules and sections.