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Ten anticipated 2014 video games

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2013 was considered a ‘down’ year for video game system sales because the Wii U underperformed and the release of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November kept gamers waiting until the end of the year to purchase the next-gen systems.

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On the eve of the PS4’s release, people stood outside the Best Buy in Brentwood, MO, as did many other Americans across the nation, to purchase the fourth major game console in the PlayStation franchise (KMOX).

2014 software sales should increase dramatically from last year thanks to the PS4 and One, as well as new upcoming games. View the slideshow above for a list of ten anticipated 2014 games in alphabetical order:

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