Most anticipated games of 2022


Dry Bowser
Well 2021 is coming to a close, the Game Awards are over, and Halo Infinite just released to a thankfully much better reception than Halo 5. This year overall has been pretty underwhelming in gaming. But next year looks stacked. What games are you excited for to rush to your closest Wal Mart, Target, Best Biy and GameStop for?

25. Sonic Frontiers
24. Total War Warhammer 3
23. Star Ocean The Divine Force
22. Bayonetta 3
21. Dead Space remake
20. Elden Ring
19. Strangers Paradise Final Fantasy Origins
18. Stalker 2
17. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
16. The Lord of the Rings Gollum
15. Ghostwire Tokyo
14. Gotham Knights
13. Scorn
12. CrossfireX
11. Hogwarts Legacy
10. Kirby and the Forgotten Land
9. Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League
8. Starfield
7. Forspoken
6. Horizon Forbidden West
5. Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
4. God of War Ragnarok
3. Pokémon Legends Arceus
2. Breath of the Wild 2
1. Triangle Strategy

Yes, this list is in order.

Redktan the Robeless

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Kirby and the Forgotten Land is easily the game I'm looking forward to the most, but I am hoping the others will be good as well.


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Ray Trace
Advance Wars Reboot Camp probably is my most anticipated game.


Justice is not limited, it is a universal quality
The game that I am most interested in that I'm sure I'll get in 2022 is Splatoon 3. I guess Pokemon Legends Arceus is a maybe, because I am not inclined to get it as soon as possible.

Thank you for reading.

Redktan the Robeless

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Googoogaga Spaghetti

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Bazooka Mario
I'm looking forward to the new Mario Strikers game. I'm hoping it won't disappoint the way Tennis Aces and Super Rush sort of did, and I skipped those two games even though the Switch is looking pretty dang solid on its Mario sports and party lineup.

Neku Sakuraba

Currently playing Paper Mario 1
Atlus revealed Soul Hackers 2 and it looks pretty neat. I've never played the original but since it's SMT I'll have to check it out. The platform choice is weird though, it's not going to Switch, but it is coming to Xbox of all things. Never expected that. I hope it does well so Atlus considers it a viable platform.


2022 should surpass the past year in everything: more new-generation blockbusters, more conceptual indie, more deep and thoughtful RPGs. And even if we take into account the sad news in Ukraine, I think the games will still come out to help people distract themselves and take a break from the sad news. I'm waiting for many games this year, but I'm waiting for an Action game about a cat lost in a cyberpunk world. You will lap from a bowl, sharpen your claws on a chair and drop something fragile and beating, accidentally hitting it with a paw. Because if you take the game, I'm playing now - League of Legends, then it becomes uninteresting to play without Lol Script., and I want something new.
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