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Posted on Sunday, March 27 @ 12:16:37 Eastern by
It's hard to believe how fast this year has moved. We've flown past three months of 2011. We've had several great releases and even a hardware launch. What could possibly top all that in the next 9 months?

"Pokemon Black & White, Duke Nukem Forever, Gears of War 3, Batman: Arkham City, the list goes on. I think the biggest hyped game for the 360 is going to be Gears of War 3," wrote UghRochester. "But, I'm leaning toward Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim or Batman: Arkham City [for Game of the Year]."

"My immediate thought was for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to top it all this year," concurred MattAY. "I'm actually predicting Duke Nukem to be a bit of a fail. The actual gameplay in the trailer looks awful and the only flaccid reason I would buy it is for the humour in it (shake it baby)."

"Akrham City, LA Noire, Elder Scrolls V, and Mass Effect 3 are some real big heavy hitters that could run away with everything this year," wrote NickKmet. "I wouldn't be surprised though this year if a few new indie games manage to steal the industry spotlight. Perhaps another Minecraft kind of game that blows away industry expectations?"

"I think the new Zelda is going to turn a lot of heads. Everyone was up in arms when they saw that Wind Waker was cell-shaded. A lot of people doubted Miyamoto and were quick to dismiss the game. It turned out to be an awesome game because Miyamoto almost never disappoints," reminded Rakon.

"After Duke Nukem: Forever hits shelves, Gearbox will announce Duke Nukem: Eternity, the next game in the franchise," wrote Tyrranis. What Tyrranis didn't say was that the game will force Gearbox and two other well-known studios to shutter their windows and doors.

Thanks to everyone who spoke this week. Got a suggestion for next week's topic? Leave it in the comments or send an e-mail to daniel@gamerevolution.com. If you want to be featured in The People Speak (which runs on Saturdays), you can register and hop into our forums. Find yourself on the front page after participating in this week's discussion: "Welcome to the (North American) world Nintendo 3DS! It stand to reason that most gamers start off with a handheld. I'm sure plenty of picked up control pads with equal passion and fervor, but what was your first handheld platform? Was it a Game Boy or were you that one kid with a Game Gear that you had to have plugged into the wall to play? Let us consider the pathetic existence that was the child with an N-Gage. Tell us your handheld story."


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