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access_time April 24, 2014 at 9:56 AM in Features by Dragos Dobre

Games that could win E3 2014


We are two months ahead of the most important gaming events of all, and every developer is preparing their A game for the conference. Showing the perfect demo and knowing how to advertise your game is crucial at E3, as the impression your work makes there may stick with it forever.

While last year’s E3 was only about games, 2014 is the year of games. We now have the technology out there (Xbox One and PlayStation 4) and we are waiting for the best games for each platform. Exclusive games could really turn the balance for one side or the other, as those define consoles.

The following list contains a top five of the most important games that could win this year’s E3 2014. And as we already mentioned, winning E3 can Xbox One and/ or PlayStation 4 sell even more units.

1. Uncharted (PS4)

Despite the fact that only few things are currently known about the game, Naughty Dog has a history of making insanely good games. The short trailer shown a few months ago could reveal the fact that the game’s story will take place in 15 years after the events from Uncharted 3 ended.

The story will be tailored by Amy Henning and Justin Richmond, the two geniuses behind the third iteration of Uncharted series.
The next Uncharted game in the series can have everything to amaze every gamer out there and can be a step forward for Sony’s PlayStation 4.



2. Halo

The next game in the Halo series is currently under development over at 343 studios. It has been confirmed by Microsoft that the game will be released sometime in 2014, which means that full details regarding the game will emerge at E3 2014.

Because Halo has an already established fan base, which by the way is huge, we strongly believe that Halo is the one title Microsoft should pull of off their sleeves at the event and they will succeed in winning the audience.




  • ???? April 24, 2014 at 9:05 PM

    Zelda U?

  • Ramon Aranda April 25, 2014 at 11:56 PM

    The Wii U Zelda game and getting more of Super Smash Bros.

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