Still not convinced. Has a few good ideas (actually, just two), but other than that, nothing new or original, ive already seen the 'awesome things' they talk about in other games. don't see the potential you're talking about.
Like RF:G, Mercs 2 has a lot of potential, and it'll have to work hard to be a good sequel. Mercs is due out later this month/early next month (depending on location) for those interested.
And like RF:G, don't see whats the big deal.
Starcraft: Ghost Recon. WoW in space.
If its Wow in space, why is it imprinted in your mind?
My own thoughts:
AC4A... would wait for that one if i could afford (and justify) PS3. That, and flOwer.
Starcraft 2 - Not really waiting for that one (SC with WoW graphics/style? No thanks...), merely interested how itll turn out.
Diablo 3 - Yes, providing that theyll make graphics dark and grungy, not like on the first D3 screens (again, WoW)
Halo and its spawns - Always thought Halo was an overhyped piece of fast food. Although Halo Wars might be interesting, providing that it won't be yet another clone of something-or-other with halo style.
Fallout 3 - It won't be a true Fallout for sure, which makes me sad. But it still might be a decent game (had fun with Oblivion+mods), and im always happy to play postapocalyptic games, especially with good graphics.
Mirrors Edge - If only for its style and the fact that you can run on roofs. The city running part of Assassins Creed was excellent.
Demigod - Mainly for its style and basic premise, since not much else is know (at least to me)
Huxley - Sounds interesting.
Fez by Kokoromi - Hell yeah. Support independent games!
MS Train Simulator 2 - Err, yeah...
Cities XL - Simcity in realistic, hi-def 3d.
And, of course, Spore. I do have similar thoughts to Seraph, but im still immensely interested. And im hoping for Spore modding, since even if EA dumbs the game down, the potential is still there.