Following the surge of games released throughout the past year, an obvious way to classify and rank them should be a top, comprised of five of the best games released throughout the past year and slated to be out during the current one.
The blend of impressive mechanics, intricate plots and exciting visuals make these upcoming and already released titles hands-on games!
#5 The Order 1886
The entrancing third-person perspective adventure engages players in the Victorian Era, delivering them both the technology and elements pertaining to the time in question. Released in Q1 2015, the game enjoyed an overall good reception.
#4 Mortal Kombat X
Mortal Kombat X, a great addition to the franchise received positive reviews from critics and gamers alike, who praised the roster of controls, graphics, story and characters. However, despite the considerable amount of satisfaction associated with the game, Mortal Kombat X’s Windows PC version was considerably bad, riddled with technical issues.
#3 Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
Developers at Ubisoft Montreal invested a great deal of time to hone the mechanics of the game, permitting players to partake in close quarters confrontations and engage in various tactics and strategies as they advance in the hardcore action reminiscent of counter terrorist operatives. The Rainbow Six Siege is dynamic and challenging as it is bringing an upheaval of additions, with the foremost being the siege. Opposing camps can erect strongholds tweaked with barbed wire, mines, fortified walls and ground. Secondly, the introduction of observation drones and rappelling adds more intensity to combat, forming a competitive gameplay. The lag-free, explosive environment displays authentic reactions, thus enabling players to immerse themselves fully as they breach into different camps.
#2 Uncharted 4
The game will be the last to depict the valiant Nathan Drake in a background story set three years after the events of his last adventure. After a long some time spent raiding, immersed in the pursuit of riches and insight, Nate is now retired and married with his beloved wife, Elena Fisher, when suddenly his life is turned upside down by the unexpected comeback of his brother, Sam. Requesting his help, they both embark on a new, more personal journey, attempting to discover a pirate treasure by unlocking a cryptic historical conspiracy.
#1 The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt
Preceded by the highly-acclaimed The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and The Witcher, the 3rd part, Wild Hunt was released on Xbox One, PS4 and Microsoft Windows on May 19th, 2015 and was announced at E3, 2014 with a gameplay demo and others several details regarding the game which were explained through the collaborative efforts of John Mamais and Konrad Tomaszkiewicz. With a third person perspective, the Action RPG game presents players with numerous main and side quests.The lore, elements and characters are based on the writings of Polish novelist Andrzej Sapkowski and center the game on The “witcher” or, i.e. the monster hunter, Geralt of Rivia. Following the second part, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt brings a conclusion to the tale of Geralt, the tale which has been elaborately detailed in the previous versions. With a lower budget than Rockstar’s GTA, it is still fabulously well-put, offering more than one hundred hours of gameplay, making the game complex and alluring. With a vast array of visuals and sounds that render the game bewildering, it leaves players awestruck.Being a game slightly bigger than Skyrim, with an extensive amount of actions to be exerted, the developers did add the possibility of choosing between more traveling options than just marching on foot: mounted on Roach, the stubborn and comical companion of Geralt and sailing by boat to different locations.
The captivating voice acting made by Doug Cockle (Geralt of Rivia) and Denise Gough (Yennefer of Vengerberg) is minutely devised. The many fictitious elements fabric charming touches, such as the mythical horse riders who rummage the lands in search of weaklings who they can possess and slaughter.
Out on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is also available on Microsoft Windows.