E3 is one week from today! It’s finally time to see what new games developers have kept under the wraps for the three new generation consoles. Although I am excited for what new IPs are in store for us, here is my (personal) top five sequels I want to see on Monday!
5. Fable IV
Yes please, more Fable! Or Fable: ‘Legends’ I suppose? Either way, Fable to me, is Microsoft’s best exclusive game series. I have so many memories of the Fable franchise, I would kill for another. I’m also dying to see what Fable would look like on the powerhouse that is the Xbox One.
4. Super Mario Galaxy 3
I’ve said this on many occasions, Super Mario Galaxy 1 & 2 are some of my favorite games of last generation. I’m obviously not the only one who loved them, Galaxy 1 & 2 are some of the highest rated games of all time. It seems like a no brainer Nintendo, give the gamers what they want!
3. Halo 5: Guardians
Halo was at the start of the online gaming craze. Ever since Halo 2 arrived in 2004 the world has shifted into a huge community of dedicated online gamers. Developer 343 teased Halo 5 at last years E3, but I want more! Give us some info, or gameplay, or even a release window! Sadly, I don’t think there will be much said about Halo 5. However, I do think we will see something about the recently rumored Halo: Master Chief Collection. Which by all means, is great.
2. Uncharted 4
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception is one of my favorite games of all time. I don’t think I could be anymore excited to see what Naughty Dog has in store for us with Uncharted 4. In recent news it’s come to light that Creative Director Amy Hennig and voice actor Todd Stashwick had left the project. This will surely put a damper on the development of the game, but I still believe that Naughty Dog has what it takes to rock us out of our socks.
1. The Legend of Zelda (Wii U)
I grew up on The Legend of Zelda. It’s the reason I fell in love with gaming. One of my greatest memories of all time is when I was 6 and I beat Ocarina of Time (with my older brother’s help of course). I’ve played every game in the series since then. Nintendo has kept this game in the shadows for a long time, so I am really stoked to see what the next game in this ‘legendary’ franchise will be like.
So what sequels do you want to see next week at E3? Do you agree with mine? Disagree? Leave it all in the comments section below!
Brett is one of MONG’s Editors, and obsessed with Pokémon lore. You can follow him on Twitter to hear about how lame he is!