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E3 2011 gave gamers a lot to talk about. I was glued to G4 all week long watching coverage. Here's my top 10 picks for the most exciting things to be covered at this year's conference.10) Gears of War 3
|Gears of War 3 looks to be an even greater leap from the second game than 2 made from 1. Horde mode now incorporates bosses, allows you to buy upgrades for your weapons, and set up turrets. The new Beast mode will let you play Horde as the Locusts. Epic has added mechs to the game and who doesn’t like mechs? And the all new campaign is promising battles with huge leviathan creatures. Need more? Ice T and Body Count are producing a track just for Horde mode.|
9) Dust 514
|The Dust 514 reveal trailer showed us gameplay that looked like nothing else at E3. It could be described as Halo crossed with Mass Effect, but the dirty little secret here is that it’s an MMO. Dust is bringing everything we love about shooters to an increasing diverse universe. The MMO/FPS Hybrid game has traditionally not done so well (heard of Combat Arms, Cross Fire, or War Rock?), but Dust 514 looks like it may have the right balance of story to give meaning to all the slinging hot lead.|
8) Halo 4
|I am a huge Halo fan. I was left hanging with the Legendary ending of Halo 3, so this teaser really struck a chord with me. There was no shortage of explosions as Cortana woke Chief from stasis just in time for him to see a Forerunner ship (?) about to engulf them. However, being that it was only a teaser, it wasn’t the highlight of my E3, so it only gets the number 8 slot until we hear more.|
7) Batman Arkham City
|After playing Arkham Asylum, I am super excited for this game. Switching between Catwoman and Batman sounds like a great way to break up gameplay and environment-based fighting moves will be a welcome addition. Dropping the player in the midst of the super prison of Arkham City is a bold step and free-roam is an exciting change from the cold and claustrophobic setting of the Asylum. The only reason it didn’t make the top 5 is because I was so hyped about it even before E3. By the way, if you’re looking for the song playing in Cat Woman’s trailer, it’s Get Some by Lykke Li.|
6) Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
|Somewhat overshadowed by MW3, Ubisoft’s Future Soldier delivered something you don’t see often enough—4-player co-op gameplay. In fact, the missions seem to be developed specifically for this purpose, as opposed to just tacking it on later. The in-game Augmented Reality mechanic (which gives you real-time intel about the battlefield), the player-controlled UAV, and of course the optical camouflage make this game one to keep an eye on.|