E3 2013: We pick our most anticipated games

For gamers, it remains the single biggest week of the year. Starting on Tuesday, tens of thousands of people will converge on Los Angeles to attend the 2013 edition of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3. Major press conferences from Microsoft, Sony, EA and Ubisoft will be held on Monday, one after the other.

While most of the attention will be focused on Microsoft and Sony as they reveal more details on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, there will also be lots of games to show off as well. Here are the games that we want to play and/or see the most at the show but keep in mind there are lots of other games not on this list we want to see as well. There are also others that haven't been announced yet that we are sure will become new favorites.

Forza Motorsport 5: Microsoft and its in-house development studio Turn 10 Studios look to bring the Xbox One console a well crafted and deep racing sim, and it looks like the best looking racing game we have ever seen, at least from the teaser trailer.

Killzone: Shadow Fall: Guerilla Games wowed us with the gameplay demo as part of Sony's PS4 intro in February and we can't wait to see the game live on the show floor.

InfAMOUS: Second Son: The dark superhero open world action game series from developer Sucker Punch looks to top itself when Sony shows off more of this PS4 launch game.

Battlefield 4: We are much more excited to see EA's next game in the military shooter series than Call of Duty: Ghosts (sorry, Infinity Ward).

Destiny: Bungie will show the first gameplay from their first post-Halo game at Sony's PS4 press conference on Monday, and we expect to be blown away.

Ryse: Crytek's Roman Empire themed action game has been a long time in coming, but we should finally see it in action at Microsoft's Xbox One conference.

Watch Dogs: Ubisoft's cyber-hacking open world action game made its debut at E3 2012 and we want to see more this year.

Neowin's E3 2013 coverage is sponsored by Alienware

Images via Sony, Microsoft, EA, Bungie and Ubisoft

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I think I've exhausted the FPS genre for now. BF3 was pretty and expansive, but there was nothing particularly new brought to the genre. And the DLC...I don't think I've seen another genre try to squeeze every last penny from the user like the FPS genre has with their DLC.
So with that, here's hoping BF4 brings something fresh, otherwise I can't see myself getting excited about it.

I am looking forward to Second Son though.