Top 5 Games of 2016

I think it can be safely said that 2016 was a good year for games. While it didn’t have the amazing highs of 2015, like The Witcher 3 or Arkham Knight or Fallout 4, it had more variety, and a more sustained output of good games. And while 2016 had three huge sandboxes, this year had a bit more diversity in its big releases. We had great narrative-driven games (I refuse to use the term ‘walking simulator’), quite a few innovative shooters, and even some big platformers. Anyway, enough babbling, here are my top 5 games of 2016 Continue reading “Top 5 Games of 2016”

Top 5 Games I Missed in 2016

For the most part, 2016 was a good year for gaming. A very good year, in fact. There were a lot of really good releases, which I’ll get around to for one of these. Actually, there were so many that I missed a lot of big titles, and while not everything on this list I can say is “really good”, they’re big enough releases that I feel bad about missing them. So without further delay, here are the 5 top games I missed in 2016 Continue reading “Top 5 Games I Missed in 2016”

My Top 5 Games of 2015

2015 was a good year for gaming. From the AAA masterpieces like The Witcher to new indie gems like The Beginner’s Guide, last year just had so much variety. This is a little late for a lot of reasons, but I figured I might as well put it out there. In ascending order, here’s what I consider to be the top 5 games of 2015: Continue reading “My Top 5 Games of 2015”

Top 5 Games I missed In 2015

So 2015 was a big year for me. I got back into gaming by buying an Xbone, and built my first gaming PC. So of course, I had to play catch-up, meaning I missed a lot of stuff. With the Winter (Summer in Australia) Steam Sale under way, it seemed fitting to list the big games I missed. Here are the games that I REALLY wish I got around to in 2015, in descending order: Continue reading “Top 5 Games I missed In 2015”