The Top Five Unseen Games of 2010 The Top Five Unseen Games of 2010 http://games.on.net/article/7742/The_Top_Five_Unseen_Games_of_2010 Chances are you've already been reading over previews and release schedules for 2010, working out a ridiculous financial plan to acquire the ludicrous amounts of goodness on the way. We have some bad news for you – there are games you haven't even considered yet. We've compiled a list of the top 5 potential games of 2010 that we, at this point, have not seen so much as a single screen from. These games are worth keeping an eye on, and, if all goes well, possibly taking out a second mortgage for. And in case you're wondering – no, I didn't forget Half-Life 2: Episode 3. But I'm betting on a 2011 release, and a name change to Half-Life 3. Call of Duty 7 For all the game's numerous triumphs, Infinity Ward dropped quite a few balls with Modern Warfare 2's online multiplayer. Treyarch's last original CoD game, World at War, featured the region-specific matchmaking everyone wanted on consoles and the 64 player, dedicated-server experience PC gamers demanded. Plus, there were zombies, who are something of a hip accessory in games these days. Still, these improvements aside the campaign was nowhere near as good as the Infinity Ward games, exploring similar themes, set-pieces and gameplay styles in a frequently inelegant fashion. Will the next release follow this pattern? No definitive period of time or conflict has been confirmed, either – will we, perhaps, be playing Call of Duty: Vietnam next year? Or will Activision CEO Bobby Kotick's well-known love of running ideas into the ground force Treyarch into the modern conflict that Infinity Ward's games have set up? No doubt the 'proper' Modern Warfare 3 will be an Infinity Ward release, but it should be interesting to see whether Treyarch attempts something original, or continues to play catch-up.