It’s that time of year where we look back over the year and choose our Game of the Year. Here’s Rob’s pick for GOTY 2017. Continue reading Rob’s Game of the Year for 2017
Titanfall 2 is a everything a good sequel should be comprised of. Movement, load outs, variety in weapons and nearly every aspect of game-play has been slightly tweaked. The end result being multiple small improvements that make a great game a superb one. This outing now includes a campaign and a damn good one to boot. In a year with many great games, and especially crowded with shooters, Titanfall 2 is the best of them all. Shooter fans and casual gamers alike look no further for an exhilarating experience than my game of the year for 2016.
Last year’s critically acclaimed and rightly deserved Game of the Year, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is receiving a Game of the Year release this year. CD Projekt RED’s fantasy RPG won fans over, and won over new fans in the process, with free DLC updates, worthy expansion packs and regular updates. The Game of the Year edition will bundle everything in for a tempting price. Continue reading The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition
2015 has been a great year for gaming and picking just one or two outstanding entries has been more challenging than any year before it. After hours of painful deliberation I managed to narrow my Game of the Year list down to a mere four titles before finally, somehow, managing to refine it down to two. In any other year Bloodborne and Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward would have made the cut but in 2015 there were two other surprise titles that grabbed my attention and managed to revitalise two genres that had worn me down over the years.