1. Watch Dogs
Watch Dogs is a video game in development for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox 720, Wii U Action-Adventure genre, developed by Ubisoft Montreal, published by Ubisoft.
2. Crysis 3
The game always takes place in New York in 2047, but this time the city is quarantined in a dome, invaded by the jungle. The player Prophet is facing the armed forces CELL Cephs and aliens. The critical reception of the game is very mixed, though generally positive.
3. The Last of Us
The Last of Us (literally The Last of us) is a survival game type developed by Naughty Dog, a studio of Sony Computer Entertainment provided on PlayStation 3. Its development was officially announced on 10 December 2011 during the Video Games Awards. Initially scheduled for early 2013, it was finally postponed until 14 June1.
4. Tomb Raider (2013 Video Game)
In this renewal of the series, there is a very young Lara vulnerable. She goes to her first expedition with a group of friends and colleagues (Liam, Steph, Grim, Victor, Conrad Roth, Samantha Nishimura, Reyes, Dr. Whitman, Jonah and Alex) aboard the Endurance, a ship of modern exploration. Believing that the United Yamatai once ruled by the legendary Queen Himiko Sun, lies somewhere in the “Dragon’s Triangle”, a remote archipelago south of Japan known for its violent storms, Lara convinces the captain to ‘take the course. But caught in a storm, the boat ran aground on an island. Lara must find her companions and organize their survival in a hostile and disturbing environment.
5. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Patriots
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Patriots is a tactical shooter developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with Ubisoft Toronto and Red Storm Entertainment, and published by Ubisoft.
The game was announced on the cover of the December 2011 issue of Game Informer magazine, it is expected in 2013 on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows. However, during an interview, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has suggested a possible exit to the next generation of consoles.
6. The Walking Dead (2013 Video Game)
The Walking Dead is a video game based on the comic episodes of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead. The game is developed by Telltale Games. He was awarded the prize for “Game of the Year” at Video Games Awards 2012.
7. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist
The game was announced at the Microsoft conference at E3 2012. Video presentation suggests the return of the “Mark-Run”, an essential component of gameplay fifth album Splinter Cell: Conviction. The game is developed by Ubisoft Toronto, it is first announced to release March 29, 2013 by développeurs3 before being postponed to August 20 for 20,131 North America.
8. Dead Space 3
The story begins several years after the events narrated in Dead Space 2. Isaac recluse, hiding from both the government – which seeks to capture the secrets of the monolith buried in his mind. Military, the team captain Norton, however, found its mark and inform Ellie took part in a mission that Isaac had refused to participate, which aims to decode the secrets of a monolith found on Tau Volantis, one sovereign human colonies. But Ellie has no signs of life for several days after launching a distress call from her ship in orbit around the planet. Isaac starts its search with Norton.
9. Gears of War: Judgment
Gears of War (GoW) is a shooter video game for objective (GST), developed by Epic Games and published in 2006 by Microsoft Game Studios for the Xbox 360 console. Porting is done on PC in 2007 by Polish studio People Can Fly.
The game was basically a technical demonstration, presented in June 2004, to publicize a new 3D engine, dubbed Unreal Engine 3, together with its development tools. The game is officially presented at E3 2005 shortly after the first official appearance of the Xbox 360 console. The multiplayer mode is presented to the international press at E3 2006 as a level showing urban management mechanisms and coverage team. Following the conference, the lucky ones are left with a façade Gears of War exclusive for their console.
Gears of War showed, at the time, ambition clearly displayed by Epic Games to impose its graphics engine on Next Gen consoles. Already broken computer exercise, the developer of the Unreal series (and its multiplayer version, Unreal Tournament) spent many months developing a game at the height of its engine and requirements that Microsoft retained exclusivity for one year.
The commercial success was the appointment, Epic Games developed the franchise with two sequels, Gears of War 2 in 2008 and Gears of War 3 in 2011 exclusively on Xbox 360. A fourth installment, Gears of War: Judgment was announced during E3 2012. Its release is scheduled for March 22, 2013 in Europe only on Xbox 360.
10. Command & Conquer: Generals 2
It Will Be One of the Best Strategy Games of 2013!
The Command & Conquer series, often abbreviated C & C, is a video game series of real-time strategy originally developed by Westwood Studios between 1995 and 2003, company acquired by Electronic Arts in 1998. In 2003, Electronic Arts finally terminates the existence of the absorbent in Westwood Studios Electronic Arts Los Angeles, where the last episodes have been developed.
The Command & Conquer universe is composed of three distinct series: the Tiberium series, the series Red Alert and Generals series. The first video game to be released is C & C: Tiberium Conflict in 1995, followed by C & C: Red Alert in 1996, the first game of the last series C & C: Generals is released in 2003. Each series has been decorated several extensions and suites, all placed in the top row of the best selling strategy games in real time.
The series is notable for its cinematic shot with real actors (sometimes by using synthetic images).