The Game Awards 2014 – 2015 Previews
The Game Awards celebrated the many achievements in gaming from the past year, but we also have previews and in-depth looks at new material coming in 2015. So let’s check out some of the games we’ll be waiting in line for next year!
Nintendo’s Mario Maker. A 2d platformer that allows the player to create their own Super Mario levels!
Codename: S. T. E. A. M. This turn-based strategy game for the Nintendo 3DS finds you in a steampunk version of London working for Abraham Lincoln while defending the planet from an alien invasion. Sounds like a good time to us!
The Legend Of Zelda. Reggie Fils Aime, President & COO of Nintendo America, had the pleasure of unveiling the newest installment in the Legend Of Zelda series. And damn it’s pretty.
Metal Gear Solid Online. Kiefer Sutherland and Hideo Kojima introduce us to Metal Gear Online, a new addition to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Battlefield: Hardline. A drug war has taken hold of Miami and Detective Nick Mendoza has to decide to be the law or break it. This FPS takes a break from the typical military game and takes a look at the war on crime.
Bloodborne. A weary traveler finds himself in the dark city of Yharnam seeking refuge and a rumored miracle remedy to cure his mysterious afflictions. Upon arriving at Yharnam he see’s it citizens turned into beast like creatures. Now trapped in Yharnam, he is forced to survive in a new world filled with new terrifying creatures.
Until Dawn. This horror survival game finds 8 teenagers trapped in a log cabin on the anniversary of the death of their friends. The twist? They’re being hunted by a maniacal serial killer.
The Order: 1886. Use advanced technology in victorian-era London to fight an ancient and powerful foe. Take up the fight in this third person action-adventure shooter, against an enemy that threatens the course of history forever! Exclusively for the PS4.
Lara Croft and The Temple Of Osiris. A sequel to the critically-acclaimed Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and the first-ever four-player co-op experience with the legendary tomb raider.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. CD Projekt Red gave us a special treat at the Game Awards 2014 with this special trailer teasing the cast of Wild Hunt!
King’s Quest. Developed by The Odd Gentlemen, the new King’s Quest reimagines all the charm, humor, puzzles, exploration and sense of wonder that made the franchise so magical when it first arrived thirty years ago.
Adr1ft. Floating about in space you must find a way to fix the station and repair yourself in Adr1ft.
GODZILLA: The Game. Kaiju fans are going to love this game based off of the original Godzilla story. Play as Godzilla himself , fight rival Kaiju, and lay waste to the city of Tokyo.
Before. Finding food and shelter is an everyday struggle; and keeping your tribe safe and healthy is not always a simple task. Not only must the tribe hunt and forage each day, they must also protect their young, fend off wild animals and battle the elements.
The Banner Saga 2. Stoic – a three-man team made up of former BioWare employees – has said that the sequel will continue the epic Norse storyline of the series’ first adventure. A third title is planned to wrap up the tale.
Tacoma. Fullbright blew critics and gamers away with their 2013 game Gone Home. And now their follow is set 200,000 miles above Earth on the Lunar Transfer Station Tacoma.
Human Element. This vibrant first person shooter is set 30 years after a zombie apocalypse.
No Man’s Sky. This PS4 and PC exclusive game turns the player into a planetary explorer who traverses the cosmos exploring new planets, and the flora and fauna that come with them. Along the way you can interact with other players and the planets they’ve explored online, as well as take part in space combat.
The Game Award truly utilized their platform to showcase a fantastic selection of upcoming games in the first and second quarter of 2015. Let us know in the comments below if you’re excited or disappointed for this lineup.