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    Any future PC games you are looking forward to?

    In the next 2 month a few great looking games are due for release, which I'm really looking forward to.

    These include:

    • Dragon Age: Origin (RPG)
    • Race On (Car racing - next game in the SinBin Race 07, GTR Evolution series)
    • Colin McRae DiRT 2


    Plus quite a few great games have just been released on the PC:

    • Red Faction: Guerrilla
    • Ghostbusters
    • Resident Evil 5
    • Darkest of Days
    • Bionic Commando
    • ARMA 2
    • Batman: Arkham Asylum
    • Section 8
    • Nation Red
    • Need For Speed Shift (this one is great)
    • Heroes over Europe
    • PES2010
    • Fifa 2010
    • Mini Ninja's
    • Borderland (FPS RPG)


    But things get even more exciting when you look at the pre-release line-up for next year and beyond. There are going to be some great sequels.

    Next year's PC games line-up includes:

    • IL-2 Sturmovik - Storm of War: Battle of Britain, Due 20/04/2010
    • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Due 11/11/2009
    • Left 2 Dead 2, Due 20/11/2009
    • Assassin's Creed 2, Due 26/02/2010
    • Command and Conquer 4: Tiberian Twightlight, Due 19/03/2010
    • Mass Effect 2, Due 26/01/2010
    • Star Wars: The Old Republic, Due 26/11/2010
    • Napoleon: Total War, Due 26/02/2010
    • Warhammer 40000: Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising (EXP), Standalone Expansion. Due 19/03/2010
    • StarCraft II, Due 25/06/2010
    • BattleField: Bad Company 2, Due 05/03/2010
    • Crysis 2, Due 25/06/2010
    • Alien Vs Predator, Due 26/02/2010
    • Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, Due 20/11/2009
    • BioShock 2. Due 09/02/2010
    • Silent Hunter 5, Due 05/03/2010
    • The Settlers 7: Paths To A Kingdom, Due 26/02/2010
    • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction, Due 26/02/2010
    • Max Payne 3, Due 26/02/2010
    • STALKER: Call of Pripyat, Due 29/01/2010
    • Deus Ex 3, Due 24/09/2010
    • Mafic II, Due 26/03/2010
    • Thief 4, Due 26/03/2010
    • James Cameron's Avatar: The Game, Due 04/12/2010
    • Homefront, FPS (post apocolypse), Due 26/03/2010
    • Just Cause 2, Due 26/02/2010
    • The Saboteur, 1940's French Resistance FPS. Due 26/03/2010
    • Singularity, Time Travel set in 1950 and present day. Due 26/03/2010
    • Hitman 5, Due 28/11/2011
    • Metro 2033, Due 30/04/2010
    • Rogue Warrior, Due 27/11/2009
    • Beyond Good and Evil 2, Due 30/04/2010
    • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 4, Due 05/03/2010
    • Jumpgate: Evolution, Space MMO RPG RTS, Due 26/03/2010
    • Divinity II: Ego Draconis, Sequel to Divine Divinity. Due 20/11/2009
    • Lost Planet 2, Due 25/06/2010
    • Dark Void, Sci-Fi Adventure, Due 15/01/2010
    • Dead Rising 2, Due 26/02/2010
    • Alice, Due 26/03/2010
    • Blur, Racing, Due 26/02/2010

    I've highlighted in bold the ones I'm especially looking forward too. Loads of great looking games due.

    If you haven't played a classic game in years, it's never too late to start!


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    Not at all. I'm totally console addicted since some years now, and of course my old 2.8GHz P4 wouldn't run most of the games. And anyway, I really prefer to play the console games, don't want to sit in front of the PC anymore.

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    Not even Dragon Age: Origins can tempt you?

    It's being hyped by a lot of magazines, and online forums/review sites as being one of the best PC RPGs in a very long time.

    If you haven't played a classic game in years, it's never too late to start!


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    Some fine games there but pc gaming is still out of my leauge im afraid me little old lappy couldnt run most of those. Ill have to be content playing older games, downloaded stalker shadow of chernobyle,from steam a couple of days ago was very impressed by it, but have to run it at low settings and it still slows down ocasionaly.
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    I'm sorry but almost all of those games on your list do not interest me Harrison, and the ones that somewhat have my interest will have to prove themselves first before I will consider paying good money for them.

    Especially the Bioware games are on my list to avoid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    Not even Dragon Age: Origins can tempt you?

    It's being hyped by a lot of magazines, and online forums/review sites as being one of the best PC RPGs in a very long time.
    I will wait for a review, and then see if I will get it, I still have so many stuff to play.

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    I just checked some reviews, and the one at Game Informer f.ex. mentions that if possible you should get the PC version, as it's more strategic, and the console version is more arcade based, meaning combats.

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