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The 5 Biggest Video Games Left in 2015

By Keith Noonan - Sep 3, 2015 at 10:19AM

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Which video game companies have strong lineups heading into the end of the year?

This year has already seen some high-profile video game releases, but many of the biggest titles of 2015 are yet to come.

Gaming companies including Electronic Arts (EA 2.17%), Activision Blizzard (ATVI -0.22%), and Microsoft (MSFT -0.40%) are counting on recording big hits before the year is out and have big upcoming releases vying for consumer attention during the biggest spending months of the year. It's a crowded field, but a handful of titles are poised to stand out. 

Click through the following slideshow to learn about the five biggest games still on tap for 2015, and which companies look poised to benefit from a strong release slate.

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Electronic Arts Inc. Stock Quote
Electronic Arts Inc.
$136.68 (2.17%) $2.91
Activision Blizzard, Inc. Stock Quote
Activision Blizzard, Inc.
$77.03 (-0.22%) $0.17
Microsoft Corporation Stock Quote
Microsoft Corporation
$259.62 (-0.40%) $-1.03
Sony Corporation Stock Quote
Sony Corporation
$89.03 (-0.82%) $0.74
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. Stock Quote
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.
$122.69 (-0.75%) $0.93
Ubisoft Entertainment SA Stock Quote
Ubisoft Entertainment SA
$51.24 (4.83%) $2.36

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