# 10 Remember Me
Remember Me is likely to be one of those high-quality games that for some reason is overlooked by the masses. It’s certainly not your run of the mill game: a French, futuristic action-adventure with interactive cinema, a customizable combat system and a Jason Bourne meets Eternal Sunshine-type premise. Sounds great!
# 9 Double Fine Adventure
We don’t really know what to expect from this game, but how can a crowd funded point-and-click adventure game from Double Fine not be good? Whichever way the game turns out, we sincerely hope that it’s laden with Tim Schafer’s dry humor and excellent storytelling.
# 8 The Witness
An exploration-puzzle game from an indie team which includes Jonathan Blow, the maker of the highly acclaimed platform puzzler Braid. This bodes well for puzzle-lovers!
# 7 SimCity
Having played SimCity from the start of the series, we’ve always wanted the opportunity to fine-tune our cities even further. Seems like we’ll finally have the chance to do just that. Unfortunately, although the game will be released in the near future, we’ll have to wait patiently until the game is released on Mac...
# 6 Watch Dogs
We must admit that there’s a chance we’ve been swayed by this game’s good looks. From what we have seen in trailers it might be one of the most beautiful games of 2013. We’re anxious to see whether the game lives up to the hype, or if it’s a game equivalent of Kim Kardashian; all looks, no substance.
# 5 South Park: The Stick of Truth
We both love South Park and RPGs, so this has the potential to be the perfect game for us. However, our love for the two is not unconditional... Some South Park episodes are all about bodily functions, which isn’t that funny after the age of five. As concerns RPGs we’re sure many gamers would agree that fetching and collecting missions, grinding and endlessly walking around in the same areas over and over quickly gets tedious. If The Stick of Truth avoids these downfalls and combines the wonderful satire of South Park with the immersion and storytelling of a really good RPG, the game could be one of the most entertaining RPGs we’ve played in a long time.
# 4 Last of us
Uncharted meets fungal-infested humanoids. This sounds stupendous!
# 3 Beyond: Two Souls
This game comes from the maker of some of our favorite games, Heavy Rain and Fahrenheit (a.k.a. Indigo Prophecy), which gives us high hopes. Both Heavy Rain and Fahrenheit have wonderful film-like stories, well-thought-out characters and unique control systems. We truly hope Beyond: Two Souls has the same qualities.
# 2 Grand Theft Auto V
GTA San Andreas is on both of our lists of best games of all time. In GTA V we will have an even larger sandbox to play in, multiple playable characters and plenty of extracurricular activities. We have a sneaking suspicion that GTA V might be (dare we say it) even better than GTA San Andreas.
# 1 Superlumina - First Contact (obviously...)
No matter how much we look forward to playing the aforementioned games, it doesn’t come close to the level of excitement we have for Superlumina - First Contact. Our dream of many years will finally come true this summer when our own game is released.
That was our countdown! What’s yours?