Ryse and perhaps Project Spark aside i gotta say all of those mentioned in the article left me pretty cold sir, but then you are talking to a general loather of shooters - surprised there was no mention of re-exclusive dead rising, suspect this was an oversight based on E3-fatigue though?
Glad you're looking forward to them, but Titanfall & Destiny may be my biggest disappointments from what i've seen, both of them looked so 'meh'. Weirdly, shooty types 'The Division' and the (whispers, PS4) 'The Order' looked more enticing than either of them, but i'm not exactly mass market with this stuff. Would argue that 'X' on the Wii-U looks a better mech based effort too for the three people who own one!
Ryse i really, really
want to be good, i love the setting, presentation, everything... except the stilted, QTE themed combat, seemed so out of place - but hoping that was either a blip, or something they can amend before it ships.
Otherwise i reckon the One's strongest titles are third party until potential juggernauts such as 'Black Tusk: WIP', Fable & Crackdown (for the love of god please!!) are announced. Felt sorry for the Guy talking about World of Tanks, it's a good game as i understand it, but it kinda seems like the guest at the party that no-one invited or really wants to talk to, hope it works out for them though as the dude announcing seemed so enthusiastic.
The announcement of Final Fantasy/Kingdom Hearts for the One was/is for me one of the biggest surprises/wins for MS, I maybe expected FF, but Kingdom Hearts was a bit more of a shock and leaves me struggling to think of more than 2 titles that now exist as PS4 exclusives?
Still doesn't change the fact by imposing the stoopid 24 hour thing i can't join the party for a while yet. Gits.