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July 23, 2012

What To Look Forward To This Winter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ok folks, its time to look out the snow suit and wellies as there are three behemoths arriving by sleigh this winter.

Call of Duty’s run of dominance on the gaming scene could soon be brought to an end as a new study shows Halo 4 not Black Ops 2 as the most eagerly awaited game of 2012.

Although Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has been shown as the year’s most hotly anticipated game for Sony’s PS3 console, a study by analyst firm Neilson has found that of 4,823 male and female ‘active gamers’ questioned, the most awaited Xbox title of the year is Halo 4.

With Call of Duty publisher Activision continuing to offer added benefits and periods of DLC (Downloadable Content) exclusivity for Xbox 360 gamers, the latest findings come as a serious blow to the gaming powerhouse ahead the November 13th Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 release date.

Joining Halo 4 (6th December) and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (9th November) in Xbox 360’s anticipation charts in 2012 is Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed 3 (30th October) which has been listed as the third most eagerly awaited release ahead of EA Sports’ Madden NFL 13 and Resident Evil 6. With Halo 4 lining up as Xbox exclusive release, in the PS3 charts the Microsoft title is replaced by the College Football themed NCAA Football 13.

What game or games are you most looking forward to finding in your stocking this winter? Tweet us @BeginnersTech

By Jonny Polea

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Jonny Polea

Editor in Chief at Beginners Tech

I joined Beginners Tech as a Technical Journalist in July 2012 and have never looked back. I love tech, gadgets, games and electronics; whether they are retro, current or future concepts. My loving fiancé Sarah has said that when I receive new items for review I’m like a kid in a toy shop – unable to leave it alone for two minutes! Coming from a design background, I am passionate about the design and aesthetics of tech as well as functionality.