This past year has been absolutely insane for video games, with a ridiculous number of fantastic AAA and indie titles hitting the scene in quick succession. Looking ahead, we're starting to think that 2018 will offer an equally stellar lineup of games, some of which we've been anticipating for quite some time.

It wasn't easy work, but we've managed to slim down our selection of highly anticipated games to the 10 titles we're most eager to get our hands on. We also tried to focus on games that seem the most likely to actually launch during their projected 2018 windows, so don't be upset at the lack of games like Kingdom Hearts 3, The Last of Us 2, Shenmue 3 and whatever the hell FromSoftware recently teased at The Game Awards. We're absolutely looking forward to those games, we just aren't as confident that they'll actually be playable in the next year. We'd love to be proven wrong, though. So, without further ado, here's our selection of the 10 most anticipated games for 2018.

Dragon Ball FighterZ

Set to launch Jan. 26 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Dragon Ball FighterZ looks to continue the fantastic chain of fighting games we've seen arrive over the past year. The 2017 calendar boasted games like Injustice 2, Tekken 7, and Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, as well as more unique offerings like ARMS and Pokken Tournament DX. Despite all of that, Dragon Ball FighterZ looks to overshadow the lot of them. It's got a great roster of well-known characters, insane graphics and a fighting engine that lets you feel like you're acting out a legendary battle from one of the most popular anime in the world. It's been a long time coming, and we can't wait to finally play this latest brawler from the team at Arc System Works.

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