Top 10 Video Games Of 2015

It’s very difficult to pick Top 10 Video Games Of 2015. 2015 is filled with interesting and exciting titles, from PC and new-gen exclusives, to cross-platform entries, and from sequels to brand-new IPs. In this post we’ll take a look at a bunch of these, and we’ll do so in alphabetical order. In fact, we won’t even bother with long intros. We’ll just dive right in.

Top 10 Video Games Of 2015

Assassin’s Creed: Victory

The last major Assassin’s Creed release was a disaster in about every way imaginable. Perhaps “Victory” should be retitled “Redemption” for 2015, because Ubisoft needs to knock this one out of the park just to save face. Then again, the lackluster Assassin’s Creed III was followed up in 2013 by the marvelous Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, so anything’s possible. This time around, our merry band of assassin’s will haunt the streets of Victorian London. Yet To Be Launched.

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Battlefield: Hardline

Cops and robbers replace soldier on soldier action in EA’s next big competitive shooter. From what I’ve seen of the game, the cops and robbers in question may as well be soldiers, however, replete with military-grade arsenal. Still, this might make for a nice twist on the genre. Maybe a clever developer could copy the formula a bit and come out with an Al Capone era game. Old cars and tommy guns would be a nice change of pace.

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Battlefield Hardline

Batman: Arkham Knight

The final game in the Arkham series, Arkham Knight is the first new-gen game in Rocksteady’s incredible foray into the Batman universe. It’s also the first time you can drive the Batmobile. It looks amazing, and makes me want to play through all the Arkham games again ahead of time.

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Below

One of the most unique looking Xbox One exclusives, Below is being described as a challenging game filled with exploration and brutal combat. It’s also a roguelike with permadeath steeped in atmosphere. Studio Capybara has worked on titles like Super TIME Force and worked alongside Superbrothers on the fascinating Sorcery game, which makes Below even more intriguing. Yet To Be Launched.

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Bloodborne

There aren’t many games on this list that pique my hype as much as Bloodborne, the spiritual successor to From Software’s Souls games. This time around, the game is set in a dark, Gothic world filled with shambling villagers and massive werewolves. The combat is fast and ferocious, and new gameplay elements such as randomly generated dungeons promise to greatly change up a familiar formula, while still keeping the same, distinctive sense of challenge and despair.

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The Legend of Zelda Wii U

The first truly open-world Zelda game looks absolutely jaw-dropping. If this doesn’t sell Wii U units nothing will. So far, everything I’ve seen about the new Zelda game points to something truly special.

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Metal Gear Solid V

The Phantom Pain – Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes was basically just a preview—a sort of short, over-priced tech demo—of things to come in The Phantom Pain, Hideo Kojima’s biggest, most open-world game to date. The game follows Venom Snake (aka Big Boss and several other aliases) and his new Diamond Dogs as they venture into Afghanistan during the Soviet war. This time around Snake will be voiced by actor Kiefer Sutherland instead of long-time Snake actor David Hayter.

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Mortal Kombat X

The long-awaited return to one of gaming’s most storied and infamous fighting games actually looks pretty decent so far. I can’t wait to “Finish Him!” though I suspect the gore of Mortal Kombat will no longer be as surprising as it once was, long ago in a more innocent time.

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Silent Hills

From Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro, starring Daryl from The Walking Dead, I’m mostly excited about the new Silent Hill game Silent Hills because of the scare factor in the glorious PT demo we got in 2014. Scary is hard to pull off in a video game, but if anyone can surprise us it’s Kojima. (And yes, he is an odd choice for this franchise but sometimes the odd choice is the right choice.) The release date has been pushed to 2016.

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Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

By far the most impressive video game I witnessed at PlayStation Experience, Uncharted 4 is the first new-gen entry in the chronicles of Nathan Drake and it looks beyond stunning. The game demo played in front of a packed audience in Las Vegas earlier this December drew cheers and gasps of surprise. The graphics and action were both like nothing we’ve seen before from the series, and this easily makes my top five most anticipated games of 2015. Release Date pushed to 2016.

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So what did I miss?

Some games like the Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem sound pretty amazing, but there’s so little information out there right now there’s no telling if they’ll even release in 2015. Surely a Call of Duty and a Skylanders will release, but we don’t know what they are just yet.

And I’ve little doubt that finally, finally Valve will release Half-Life 3 on the very same day The Last Guardian hits shelves.

But seriously, if I missed something please chime in on social media or in the comments. I can’t keep track of every promising future video game.

 

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