10. Mad Max:
I'm a big fan of the Mad Max movies. Being 21, it's obviously very common to have grown up on late 70's/early 80's action films. I have weird tastes. Anyway, I heard a few months back that a new Mad Max film is being made, and honestly, I hope this isn't going to be a cashcow of a movie tie-in to that. Not that I don't trust the movie, I don't know enough to have any opinion whatsoever. i just know that those often flop no matter the movie, and I hope it's a project that instead, they work hard to translate one of the richest and most fun worlds in both sci-fi and action, into a rich and engaging personal experience. So in other words, I want the opposite of Avatar.
8. Super Smash Bros. 4:
7. Dragon Age: Inquisition:
6. Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Two Worlds/Yoshi's New Island:
Ok, these aren't exactly the most original games on the list, in fact, they're even less original than Smash Brothers. But at the same time, these are reboots of two of my favorite games of all time. Absolute classics that are the pinnacle of game design. Now I don't think these will be as great as the originals, but they both look like amazing adaptations that are different enough to be worth experiencing on their own. They'll both also hopefully bring new fans to the classic games they're modeled around. Also, I'm an old person so I like old people type games, so fuck off!!
5. South Park: The Stick of Truth:
3. Kingdom Hearts 3:
1. Pokemon X/Y: