The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an accomplishment. Never before has such a vast world teemed with so much life and character. The Witcher 3 isn’t just the best game of 2015, or of the generation, but possibly of all time.
Sleeping Dogs uses the Grand Theft Auto open world formula, but manages to introduce a host of novel story and gameplay concepts that secure its position as an outstanding game.
An intriguing story, driving music, solid gameplay, interesting weapons and abilities, and a gorgeous world begging for exploration make Axiom Verge one of the best games of 2015.
Transformers: Devastation is truly more than meets the eye, and surpasses expectation at almost every level.
Tension builds from the moment you fire up Until Dawn, and by the end of the first few minutes, you know that it’s going to be a great game. From the absolutely gorgeous visuals to the campy teenage dialogue, it’s an instant classic that reinvigorates the genre.
At the end of the day, Batman: AK is a good game. It features a huge open world with tons of interesting challenges, a good storyline, and of course Rocksteady’s super solid combat mechanics. Unfortunately, several layers of cheese taint the experience.
Few games released in 2015 have generated the controversy, and in some cases, outright fury, than that of The Order: 1886. Blasted by countless media outlets for its short length, it hasn’t received the consideration it deserves; behind the problems […]
This game is just what I wanted from Resident Evil. I’ve never been too big of a fan of the old tank control games with pre-rendered backgrounds – this may be blasphemous to those […]
I remember seeing the trailer for this game. It was an overdose of gore, and a big turn off. I love scary games, but I don’t particularly enjoy bloody scenes unless they are bloody for a good reason. But […]