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January 5, 2018

What Games in 2018 Do You Consider Must-Play?

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Written by: Rodney Brown
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The crop of new games scheduled for release in this year looks impressive. So we want to know which games coming up have you the most excited.

Of course, there is no guarantee that all the games in the list below will get released this year. Nobody knows how to miss a stated deadline like a game studio. But if we take them at their word, are you most excited about helping Kratos kick Norse butt and give his son some learnin’ in God of War? Did HBO’s Westworld get you pumped to slap leather in Red Dead Redemption II? Maybe you want to see if Donald Duck will actually heal Woody or Hiro in Kingdom Hearts III?

Since it wouldn’t be fair to allow you to vote for everything, you have four votes. Choose your nerd movie options wisely.

 

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