The Best Games of the Year explained
The gaming industry is always rolling out their new games much to the happiness of the gamers, this is what they always wait for towards the end of the year as Christmas approaches. Most of the time by the end of the year, the games get crazy.
In the recent weeks, some of the games that have already been introduced are Gears of War 4, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Forza Horizon 3 and a couple of PlayStation VR games.
But those aren’t the only games that gamers should expect. Between today and all the way up to the 25th of December, there’s more games coming.
The Last Guardian
This was first announced seven years back and then revisited for public viewing last year, The Last Guardian by Team Ico will be released this coming December. This was according to the developer, after a delay to the previous supposed release date of last October.
Just like Ico and the Shadow of the Colossus, gamers should expect another heartfelt and extreme adventure with this one, but this time the story surrounds that of a boy together with his winged beast companion.
Early 2014, Titanfall made an amazing impact when it first debuted, yet there were some shortcomings with the mech and infantry shooter gameplay – it was the lack of the right campaign to bring at least some appeal and excitement. The community did not even stick that long with the multiplayer option.
In this second attempt hopefully the developer may bring something new and even improve on what was developed in the first game. Titanfall 2, which will be made available for PC, Xbox One, and PS4, will come with an expanded multiplayer option. Expect a single-player campaign driven by a narrative, which players think is something to look forward to.
Wait…what? Isn’t it supposed to be Battlefield 5? But why Battlefield 1? There is no need to dwell on that name for too long. There is a reason why they called it that. It seems like it is a move away from the usual modern action in the recent game entries. What the game has done instead is going for the road less traveled, especially during the time of World War One.
Other than that, expect a classic of Battlefield – eye opening multiplayer shootouts that can hold up to 64 players. This time it comes with a different toolset type. Expect horses, clubs, biplanes, and flamethrowers to use as you battle you’re way into the Arabian desserts, the fields in France and the Italian Alps. There is also the enhanced solo campaign option, too.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition
There is always that one game to be revived and gamers can’t help but be cynical about it. However, this time with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it should not be approached that way. Skyrim is one of the most loved RPG epic games of all time and gamers can’t wait to experience it again, this time built on an all new hardware.
The game this time is made extra special, hence the title. Expect enhanced artwork and texture, lighting effects, including the ability to utilize fan-made mods on the consoles. If you are a fan of Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Witcher III, this is something worth getting your hands on.