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8 New Xbox One Games to Anticipate in 2014

Owners of new gaming systems clamoring for new Xbox One games won’t be disappointed by what is coming in the New Year. Here’s a preview of some of the titles that will be released throughout 2014 to satisfy kids, families, and those looking for role playing action-adventure games for their brand new Xbox One. (However, so far many are without exact release dates and have not been rated by the ESRB – Entertainment Software Rating Board.)

To determine which games are most appropriate for your family, visit ERSB for a better understanding of the video game rating system and consult sites like Common Sense Media, a nonprofit group dedicated to reviewing and rating video games, apps, movies, books, and more to provide parents with an at-a-glance guide to age appropriate content.

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    A preview of new Xbox One games

  • Kinect Sports Rivals 2 of 9
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    Kinect fans who haven't yet experienced the newest technology inside Xbox One and the Kinect will love the revolutionary technology that puts you in the game like never before, tracks your movements and expressions with incredible accuracy, and offers never-ending competition with your friends and rivals through Kinect Sports Rivals. Your Champion- the stylized digital version alter-ego of you will be a competitor on one of three global teams. Kinect Sports Rivals will be available in Spring 2014 and is expected to have a E-10 ERSB rating.
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  • Minecraft: Xbox One Edition 3 of 9
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    Minecraft loving kids will be excited that Minecraft: Xbox One Edition is coming to their consoles and will give players larger maps for bigger adventures, expanded multiplayer features, and feature enhancements powered by the Xbox One platform. Rating is pending for this game.

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  • Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 4 of 9
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    Get those peashooters ready because Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is coming to Xbox One! Designed to provide a best-in-class multiplayer shooter experience with the fresh humor of the wildly popular "Plants vs. Zombies" series, this game will feature stunning, 3D worlds, with vibrant colors and unique landscapes in an online multiplayer format. Players will take on the roles of plants and zombies across a mine-blowing world that is full of surprises.

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  • Project Spark 5 of 9
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    Get the creative juices flowing with Project Spark, a digital playground for creative gamers of all ages who will enjoy the powerful, yet simple way to build and play in own worlds, stories, and games. Creations can be shared so they can be played by the dynamic community. Project Spark will be a free digital download on Xbox One but also available for Xbox 360 and Windows 8.1 where creators can continue game-play regardless of what platform they're using while integrating Kinect and Xbox SmartGlass technology into play.

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  • EA Sports UFC 6 of 9
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    Well known for their sports games, EA Sports' new EA Sports UFC brings the action, emotion and intensity inside the Octagonâ„¢ to life in ways that were never before possible. The next-generation of True Player Motion not only showcases the diverse, powerful and fluid of attacks of elite mixed martial artists through Precision Movement, Dynamic Striking and Strategic Submission Battles, but also brings the combatants to life with Full Body Deformation and Real-Time Exertion. The simulation of Human Intelligence takes leaps forward with the strategic and adaptive MMAi system and is expressed through the most realistic characters ever created in a sports game.

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  • Watch Dogs 7 of 9
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    Wanna-be hackers can play, Aiden Pearce, whose goal is to monitor and hack the Central Operating System (ctOS) in an attempt to protect his family in Watch Dogs by Ubisoft. ctOS controls almost every piece of the city's technology and holds key information on all of the city's residents. Monitor security cameras, download personal information to locate a target, control traffic lights and public transportation to stop the enemy, and more through this action-adventure game that's set in Chicago and expected to be released this spring with a Mature rating.

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  • Tom Clancy’s The Division 8 of 9
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    What would you do if a pandemic hit your city and resulted in societal collapse in just a matter of days? Tom Clancy's The Division takes place in New York three weeks after a lethal virus swept through the city, causing basic services to fail and society collapsing into chaos. Expected to have a mature rating upon it's release, this game from Ubisoft will involve players The Division, a top-secret unit of self-supporting tactical agents, whose mission will involve exploration and combat in this role play game.

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  • Dying Light 9 of 9
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    Would you be able to survive a zombie apocalypse? Dying Light is a first-person, action survival horror game designed for 1-4 players who work together to try to survive in an expansive urban environment overrun by a vicious outbreak. During the day, players scavenge the world for supplies and craft weapons to defend against the growing infected population during the day. At night, the roles flip and hunter becomes the hunted, as the infected become aggressive and more dangerous. Frightening predators make their appearance only after sundown when it becomes more crucial to survive until morning's first light appears. This game is expected to have a mature rating.

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