One of my big beefs has been the lack of a decent two player road warrior game on the platform. By this I mean a post-apocalyptic driver vs driver game with cars equipped with weapons and armour. I am thinking here of Car Wars as was (Steve Jackson Games), but adapted for the console market. Such a game should be able to support two player online teams, with one driving and the other manning weapons.
Avalanche Studios seems to be on the verge of releasing a game (projected April 2014) using the Mad Max IP, which looks intriguing, although we shall have to await the first reviews once it is finally released. This sounds as if it will be published for the PS3, which would be excellent. Whether it actually does a good job of road-based combat is another question. Early scenes do not reveal this. But it does seem to promise a much more open environment to adventure in, rather than linear plot development, which is all for the good.
Sadly I don't play Shadowrun any more, but some of the great team-based dynamics of that game seem to be in the offing from The Division. This looks like an entirely new level in multi-platform, collaborative gaming in an urban environment. Okay, so there isn't any Awakened world here, but check out the drones and remote gun platforms in this trailer, and the superb delivery of vital stats and map overlays. The ability for players to work together in the environment is also very reminiscent of Shadowrun, and if they can participate using different platforms, even better.
Apparently the game is inspired by Operation Dark Winter (a simulated bio-weapons attack on Oklahoma City in June 2001). The Division seems to be using New York instead. It will apparently only be playable online.