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Throne Of Games: Three of the Hottest Games We Want Now!

  • Written by  Paul Semel
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Undoubtedly one of the hottest games to come down the pike in a long time. Undoubtedly one of the hottest games to come down the pike in a long time.


Developers: Ubisoft Paris (Tom Clancy’s EndWar), Ubisoft Bucharest (Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.K.), Red Storm Entertainment (Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter)

Publisher: Ubisoft
Systems: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PC, PSP, NDS

Why We Want It NOW! Because like the Advanced Warfighter games, Future Soldier is a gritty, tactical third-person shooter set in the not-so-distant future. This means you’ll have to take out an army of ultra-nationalist Russians who, like you, are armed with weapons and technology that is currently sci-fi but not out of the realm of possibility.


Radical Entertainment (The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction)
Publisher: Activision
Systems: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC

Why We Want It NOW! Like the 2009 original, this sequel lets you run amok in Manhattan as a murderous mutant. Except now you’re chasing after the first game’s hero, who has injected you with the mutant virus that’s decimated New York City, giving you similarly scary (but not identical) powers. This once again means you’re running around an open city, completing errands and taking out soldiers, as you try to stop the virus and the jerk who’s spreading it around.


Developer: Queasy Games (Everyday Shooter)
Publisher: Sony
Systems: PlayStation Vita

Why We Want It NOW! Because it’s one of the more unique and addicting titles on Sony’s new portable Vita. A musical take on old-school side-scrollers, this downloadable game has you using the dual touch screens to navigate wild two-dimensional worlds where everything emits a musical tone. It also lets you create and share your own levels and songs, or remix other people’s, and will feature new tunes by dance music star Deadmau5.

Bonus Non-Game Gamer Stuff:

What To Do When You’re Not Gaming

The Gears of War saga may have ended when the third installment came out last September (and if you believe that, we’ve got a bridge to sell you), but that doesn’t mean the whole story has been told. Written by Karen Traviss, who penned Gears 3’s script as well as the four other Gears novels, Gears of War: The Slab ($27; simonandschuster.com) chronicles the jail time our hero, Marcus Fenix, served before being sprung at the beginning of the first game. As with Traviss’ other books, Slab will engage anyone who’s finished Gears 3 but just isn’t done with this series.

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