Aerys said:
tuscaniman99 said:
thismeintiel said:
tuscaniman99 said:
thismeintiel said:

For Q1 of 2014, it has:

Tomb Raider: DE
Rayman Legends
Infamous: SS
Drive Club
Planetside 2

For Q2:

Watch Dogs
The Witness
Lego: The Hobbit
Dynasty Warrioirs 8
MGS: Ground Zeroes
UFC 14
Elder Scrolls Online
MLB 14


Dragon Age: Inquisition
The Crew
The Order: 1886

That will bring us back to Q4, which will see the next COD and Assassin's Creed.  Plus, there are plenty of Sony studios that we have no idea what they are working on, or their release dates.  Some of which will most likely be llate 2014 or early 2015.  I also didn't even mention all the indie games releasing on PSN that will draw in people, as well.

As you can see, there isn't going to be a game drought for the PS4 any time soon, if ever.  And those games are appealing to a varied audience, so demand should lower, but still remain above the Xbox One and Wii U for quite some time.

The Order is not confirmed for 2014 so I wouldn't put that on the list.

They said they were shooting for Spring 2014.  They may miss that date, but I would only imagine by a month or so, so still a 2014 release.  Even if you take it off the list, that's still a damn good year for the PS4.  Much better than the Wii U's 2nd year, which saw a bad game drought for most of the year.

It is obvious it isn't coming spring 2014. They haven't shown or talked anything about that game since E3. Fall 2014 at the earliest.

Untrue. They talked a lot about the game since e3 and shared screenshot with GameInformer, and according to your logic, Xbox One will have no exclusive games until fall 2014 except Quantum Break maybe, Halo , Fable Legends, Sunset Overdrive,... arent coming before fall 2014

Uh yeah my logic is sound. I don't expect any of those Xbox One titles to hit before fall 2014 and I believe Quantum Break is a spring 2015 title with Black Tusk's new IP being the big AAA fall 2015 title. Fable Legends will most likely be 2015 as well.