Here's an outline of 2015's major and so far announced release list (all credit to GameCentral for the release list). All sardonic opinion is mine own.2nd January. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Wii U)
Not officially out, but it is on sale and is said to be a corker.30th January. Dying Light (XO/PS4/PC)
From the makers of Dead Island - Techland.
It looks rather good in videos, but so did Dead Island and there was something very wrong with those games.10 February – Evolve (XO/PS4/PC)
From the makers of L5D, the open Beta failed to impress, some are saying the full games is a whole lot more.20 February – The Order: 1886 (PS4)
The PS4 Victorian steampunk 3rd person shooter has caused concern for some that have played it, will the final game silence the doubters?13 March – Resident Evil: Revelations 2 (360/PS3/XO/PS4/PC/PSV)
The episodic game gets it's first chapter with the 'popular' (really Capcom?) character Barry Burton's return.20 March – Battlefield Hardline (360/PS3/XO/PS4/PC)
Possibly one of EA's sillier of many silly mistakes was doing an open Beta for the online component of this game, at a time that BF4 wasn't working and a lot of gamers were rather pissed off.
What we haven't really seen much of yet is the single player campaign developed by Visceral Games.20 March – Project CARS (Wii U/XO/PS4/PC)
Another delayed game, but could be all the better for it. It was looking sumptuous in September, could be one for race fans to really get excited about.27 March – Bloodborne (PS4)
Another Sony exclusive and this one looks fucking good.
By the brains behind the first Dark and Demons Soul's, with more focus on action on horror. 14 April – Mortal Kombat X (360/PS3/XO/PS4/PC)
The MK re-boot a couple of years back was a hoot, now the developer has been sharpening their skills on Injustice games, this could and should be a whole lot more polished.24 April – Dead Island 2 (XO/PS4/PC)
With a new developer (Yager Development, the guys behind Spec Ops The Line) this actually has my interest piqued.
19 May – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (XO/PS4/PC)
A few times delayed now and looking all the better for it, looking sumptuous and it has to be said - incredible.May – Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. (3DS)
From developers of Advance Wars comes a new turn based strategy IP. Day one for me.2 June – Batman: Arkham Knight (XO/PS4/PC)
With Rocksteady back at the helm on the new hardware, this looks like it could be the best Batman game yet?Q2 2015 – Quantum Break (XO)
By the devs of Alan wake (which I thought was a laughable let down).Q2 2015 – Splatoon (Wii U)
Nintendo rather spiffing looking and very innovative looking multiplayer shooter. I saw it at EG las year and it has to be said it looked a blast.First half 2015 – The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D (3DS)
As long as they don't tinker too much, this is one unusual and strange/comp lax Zelda games made. It's genius and a dark game. Can not wait for this.Second half 2015 – Halo 5: Guardians (XO)
The online Beta is looking quite good! The snake eats it's own tail and everyone is kept full (CoD copies Halo, Halo copies CoD.. Ad-infinitum).
Please give me Cortana back.Christmas 2015 – Star Wars: Battlefront (XO/PS4/PC)
I think we can all agree, Star Wars is overrated pap, right?
well with the new mundane film on the way and these games coming out, no escape from that shit next Xmas.
Christmas 2015 – Rise Of The Tomb Raider (XO)
Xbox One controversial exclusive, will Lara have the balls to go up against Drake in a head to head?2015 – Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (PS4)
The UC team at Naughty Dog have apparently had a few drams in the last couple of years, can they still work that magic?2015 – The Division (XO/PS4/PC)
There were pools of geek-cum in the streets when this was first shown, looked dull to me (I still knocked one out, just to stay cool).Late 2015 – Assassin’s Creed Victory (XO/PS4/PC)
Victorian London is my dream AC setting.... But Unity
Good news! Different team to Unity, my fingers are firmly crossed.
2015 – Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U)
A name change and a delay, the Wii first game was rather spiffing, hopes are hight and hopes are solid. This game will be full of win.2015 – Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (360/PS3/XO/PS4/PC)
Kojima's most ambitious game to date, some rumours that we may be seeing in sooner than we expected as well.2015 – Star Fox (Wii U)
PLEASE GET IT RIGHT! PLEASE GET IT RIGHT!2015 – The Division (XO/PS4/PC)
More pools of cum, Tom Clancy mainly bores the shit out of me.
2015 – Homefront: The Revolution (XO/PS4/PC)
Erm... This is still a thing. Changes in developers/publishers and oh, it's set around the friendly North Koreans.. What more could go wrong?
Rainbow Six: Siege (XO/PS4/PC)
OKAY! I'm drowning in cum, they all blend into one Tom Clancy game to me. My hands are up (and sticky).
2015 – The Legend Of Zelda (Wii U)
My name is Lee and I love Zelda. You would have to be a cunt to say this doesn't look sweet though.2015 – Just Cause 3 (XO/PS4/PC)
To my shame I haven't played any of these games. No multi at launch must mean multi is in the works.2015 - Mad Max (360/PS3/XO/PS4/PC)
On the subject of Just Cause, a Mad Max game by their developer.2015 – Fortnite (PC)
Free to play game by Cliffy Fucking Grow up B. Eat shit please Cliffy.2015 – Persona 5 (PS3/PS4)
I'm so happy this will be getting a PS4 release. Out in America this year, hopefully Europe (given Atlus's track record with this shit, who knows).2015 – No Man’s Sky (PS4/PC)
Everyone agrees that it looks stunning and everyone is blown away that a tiny team is behind such a giant. Will it actually be fun to play? Will it really be out this year?2015 – Fable Legends (XO)
A 4X4 multiplayer game that has't been seen in public for a while......2015 – Battleborn (XO/PS4/PC)
Whilst Gearbox take a break from Borderlands, they've come up with this; a fps with moba elements. 2015 – Crackdown (XO)
Everyone's braid-dead shooter gets another outing.
There are a heap of others, some more HD upgrades that nobody asked for, the new 3DS (still no EU release date) Monster Hunter 3DS....
What floats your boat FGUK'rs?
A golden year?
Add to that massive list a heap of surprise releases not even announced yet (E3 will be a corker) looks like a very full year.