The best is yet to come: The 10 most anticipated games of 2011

Sure some great titles have already been released this year, but we think some of the best games of 2011 are yet to hit store shelves

Portal 2

We. Can't. Wait. The cake may be a lie, but Portal was probably pretty close to being the perfect game when it was released and we're expecting big things from the sequel. Australians will be able to get their hands on it in April. Did we mention multiplayer?...

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  • Chris Grooms

    I have to say this is the list that you came up with as eleven most anticipated games of 2011? What about Deus Ex, Red Orchestra 2, Guild Wars 2, Battlefield 3, etc? Not to bash the list, but with things like La Noire (What the heck is La Noire) on the list above these I'm confused.


    I guess the writer doesn't have a PS3 If he did I'm sure Uncharted 3 would be here

    Peter T.

    I am not interested in any of those games. Rather:
    DeadSpace 2
    Resistance 3
    F.E.A.R 3
    Killzone 3
    Ghost Recon

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