9. Mad MaxMad Max is set to return to the big screen next year in Mad Max: Fury Road, starring Tom Hardy as Max in place of Mel Gibson, but fans can hold themselves over by playing this new game due out in 2015 (was just pushed back today, sorry!). Mad Max is developed by Avalanche Studios, the team behind Just Cause 2 which features one of the biggest open worlds ever and exciting vehicular combat- it appears as if the team has brought these features to this game, which will reportedly feature a vehicle called the Magnum Opus for Max to drive around the wasteland. The Magnum Opus is customisable throughout the game but is not the only vehicle players can use. Max can also use several unique weapons like harpoon guns and his trusty shotgun when he is not in the car, and both driving and walking are good ways of exploring what promises to be an absolutely massive map. During the game's E3 demonstration, the developers promised a dynamic world filled with side activities, and if Just Cause is any indication, simply goofing around will be just as fun. The only reason this game isn't higher on the list is because not much info has been released about it- look for more details as the game's release date approaches.