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Month by month: the biggest games coming out in the first half of 2015

Early 2015 is stacked with blockbuster gaming releases. Here’s what not to miss

The start of the year is traditionally something of a dead zone for new game releases. But a lot of big games got shelved at the end of 2014 and, while that was annoying at the time, it’s great news now because we’ve got a stack of blockbusters set for release at the start of 2015. Here’s our pick of the best coming out between now and June.

January: Dying Light (28 Jan)

For this final game in Rocksteady Studios’ Batman trilogy, the entirety of Gotham City is your playground. The storyline has the city being evacuated following some Scarecrow shenanigans and that means you get an open world that’s around three times larger than that of previous Batman game, Arkham City. Getting around will be no problem though – this time you can drive the Batmobile…

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