There's only two more I'm interested in. The Last of Us and Disgaea D2. Possibly GTA5 as long as it follows in the same "more-realistic" vein as GTA4, and Watch_Dogs provided it doesn't get pushed back. None of which (besides Disgaea) are the kinds of games I normally play.
This is normal end-of-generation stuff though. Kinda what happens as companies start development on next-gen titles. Previous gen is stuck in limbo for a little while.
Terarria, Disgaea 4, Siren: Blood Curse, Battlefield 3, Rayman Origins, Vanquish, Need For Speed: MW 2012, Urban Trials, Monster Hunter FU
The Last of Us Beyond: Twin Souls JoJo's Bizarre Adventure JStars Victory VS Killer is Dead Deadly Premonition Director's Cut Star Trek Resident Evil Revelations Dragon' Dogma: Dark Arisen GTA V (hopefully they learned their lesson from GTAIV) GRID 2 Tales of Xillia Dragon's Crown
on the fence: Deadpool (too early to tell) Remember Me (something about this just doesnt attract) Splinter Cell: Blacklist (why is Sam younger?) MotoGP 2013 (needs Move support) Saints Row IV Battlefield 4 (might as well just get PS4 version. but it's still pew pew) Young Justice: Legacy (looks like yet another Diablo clone) Disgaea D2 (Never really got into these....) Dynasty Warriors 8 (still didnt beat 7 or 7XL yet) Time & Eternity (I dunno....animation is brave new take on the genre but looks choppy) Armored Core: Verdict Day Batman: Arkham Origins (I didnt even finish the 1st 2) Assassins Creed IV (another one?) Metro: Last Light (never played the first one) Rambo: The Video Game (what IS this?) Farming Simulator 2013 (sounds like too much excitement for me...)