This game looked awful to me, so I avoided it.
Keep up the good work
Westworld would be really interesting. I'd also play The Flash.
A second season of Tales from the Borderlands is pretty much a given, though, isn't it? I wish this feature had gone with all new ideas.
I wonder what they could do with something like Supernatural or The X-Files.
What a joke this thing is.
Valiant Hearts and Child of Light both had excellent OSTs.
Oxenfree was a personal favourite, and The Flame in the Flood is in my backlog. I hope to play it soon.
Pretty good list. It just saddens me that Hue isn't getting much consideration, given how good it is. And I don't even like puzzle games!
I missed out on the first Far Cry due to not owning a PC, but all of the others have been really solid to great.
Far Cry 2 had its issues with respawning enemy blockades, but it was immersive and very good. Three was great, and perhaps the best in the series, and Far Cry 4 was also very good.
Primal is awesome, and Blood Dragon is a standout.
Good list. I can't disagree with any of it, even though Dark Souls isn't for me.
It was nice to see Vanquish and Far Cry 3 -- two personal favourites -- on the list.
That said, I don't know if those games have reached classic status yet. Isn't that normally reserved for much older games? I'd maybe call them recent classics or greats, or something like that.
Decent list. Forza Horizon 3 would be top for me, and Dead Rising 4 would be above Quantum Break.
They had a pretty good year.
I loved it. It was a lot of fun, and the lack of a timer allowed me to explore.
The only thing I didn't like was how insanely easy it was.
I'd say video games, because social media is full of garbage a lot of the time. And I like video games more.
Sounds cool, but the game never interested me enough to keep it.
Wish I cared about it.
I love the core game, but need to find someone to play through the rest of it with me as it's getting tough solo.
Will have to check this out sometime, too.
I'm only a couple of hours in after buying it despite thinking I'd pass wholeheartedly.
It doesn't feel like Final Fantasy to me. The dialogue, the cooking, the driving, and even the combat. Then again, it's been years since I've played a mainline FF game (XI maybe?)
I'm actually enjoying it quite a bit.
How long is it?
Damn, that's a shame.
Don't really care much about Crash, but would want TLOU2.
I've always liked the system, but hardly use it. Its library of games leaves a lot to be desired.
Plus I don't like taking expensive 'consoles' (handhelds to me) out of the house.
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