1. Destiny (PS3, PS4, 360, X1) destinythegame.com / Via Bungie On the back of one of the largest betas ever Bungie returns with Destiny. A sprawling space opera which blurs the line between FPS and MMO. Millions of us already know how addictive it is. Millions more will find out soon. 2. Alien: Isolation (PC, PS3, PS4, 360, X1) media.officialplaystationmagazine.co.uk / Via Official Playstation Magazine Aliens is a franchise that has been crying out for a good game. With all current gen entries falling flat, some significantly more than others. Alien: Isolation takes us back to the spine-tingling start of the franchise. It's just you trying to avoid a Xenomorph. I've played it on Xbox One and it's frikkin' scary. Think Journey mixed with Dead Space. 3. Evolve (PC, PS4, X1) wordpress.com / Via Metro UK Another game I've had the chance to try out. Evolve is an asymmetrical shooter. What does that mean? Four of you are playing as a squad member, each character having unique abilities, whilst one is the hulking, viscous ever evolving monster. Only with great team work will you take it down. 4. Far Cry 4 (PC, PS3, PS4, 360, X1) static9.cdn.ubi.com / Via Ubisoft Far Cry 3 revitalised the franchise, ironing out the kinks from the good but not great Far Cry 2. With this entry Ubisoft Montreal takes us to Kyrat as a civil war is firing up. You play as Ajay Ghale and must use your weapons, your wit, the environment and elephants to take control. 5. No Man's Sky (PC, PS4) blogs-images.forbes.com / Via Forbes A procedurally generation heaven. Whilst the goal of the game is unclear we do know that players are tasked to traverse uncharted space discovering new creatures, new planets, new vegetation and new systems. No Man's Sky looks stunning. 6. LittleBigPlanet 3 (PS3, PS4) gamerheadlines.com / Via Gamer Headlines Sackboy's back! With friends! A surprise at this year's E3 LittleBigPlanet 3 looks set to get everyone creating and sharing again. With all players getting access to all the levels built during the first two games and all the new abilities and characters here LittleBigPlanet 3 is ready to take over your life. 7. Project Spark (PC, 360, X1) game-insider.com / Via Game Insider A game to create games. Project Spark offers players the opportunity to edit a pre-designed level or start from scratch. Project Spark gives players the opportunity to edit their levels to the minuteness of details. The only limit here is your imagination. 8. Sunset Overdrive (X1) cdn3.vox-cdn.com Fed up with all-in-grey shoot-em-ups? Want to feel like you're high? Then Sunset Overdrive is for you. Ratchet and Clank and Resistance creators Insomniac Games switch platforms to offer a completely mad game that I can't wait to play. 9. The Crew (PC, 360, X1, PS4) static9.cdn.ubi.com / Via Ubisoft Drive from one coast of America to the other with no in game loading. Take to the roads either by yourself or with up to eight friends. It looks sleek, huge and like loads of high-speed racing fun. 10. The Order: 1886 (PS4) psmedia.playstation.com$MediaCarousel_Original$ / Via Playstation.com Despite a name which rolls awkwardly off your tongue The Order: 1886 looks to be an intriguing mix between horror and Uncharted. Set in an alternate history London you take charge of four separate members of the squad and have to protect the world from half breeds, a werewolf like creature. 11. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PC, PS3, PS4, 360, X1) cloud.attackofthefanboy.com / Via Attack of the Fan Boy Call of Duty's getting stale. No one cares about Call of Duty. Call of Duty's rubbish. Look anywhere on the internet and you'll hear droves complaining about Call of Duty. Yet, Advanced Warfare appears to re-energize the franchise whilst keeping the core, excellent, elements. Plus it has Kevin Spacey. KEVIN SPACEY!!!