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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:39pm 20/06/18 | 3 Comments
Over the past two days we've been counting down our inaugural "Rare Air - AusGamers’ Official Top 10 Best Games of E3 List", kicking off with Part One which featured our best games from 10 to six, in order: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Call of Cthulhu, The Last of Us Part II, Forza Horizon 4 and Rage 2. For Part Two we got a bit deeper with Ghost of Tsushima at five, followed by Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Dying Light 2, respectively getting to four and three of the very best games on display at this year's event.

So what made the very top of our list? Well, you won't need 2077 guesses to figure that out - that would be beyond, err, evil.

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Posted 02:23am 21/6/18
Definitely hard to pick a top 10 this year with plenty of good games shown. I'd have Ghost Of Tsushima probably 2nd on my list, that caught me by surprise. Love the setting, the visuals look incredible and the swordplay looks satisfying aswell.

Unsurprising Cyberpunk no.1, its at the top of everyone's lists including mine. Its shaping up to be one of those games that everyone goes out and upgrades their graphics card for lol. I know I will, I did it for Witcher 3. Might even have to include a monitor upgrade to the Cyberpunk budget aswell!
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:39pm 21/6/18
Honestly Murf, the stuff I saw behind scenes was LEAGUES above everything else -- the industry is on notice.

I also think it's surprisingly gonna be out next year and that we'll get a release window/date at Gamescom this year.

Mark my words.
Posted 09:10pm 21/6/18
Hope your right, I was thinking late next year or early 2020 release. Hopefully they show that demo at Gamescom so the rest of us get to see it!
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