The Best Video Games (2016)
According to me, take it or leave it. I'm also announcing my name change from "Mr. Eli Locatelli" to Azlo, and becoming more active in the forum's as I retire from Diplo/Roleplay in 2017.
So, best PS4 games thus far. (with some descriptions from TR)
(Honorable Mentions: Battlefield 1, Lego Dimensions, Tom Clancy, Project Cars)
5. Star Wars Battlefront
The new epidemy of Star Wars games, I mean, besides KOTOR. But it's the potential of EA/Dice's promised four or five new SW games that really excite. The graphics and online gameplay is incredible, and its my favourite game to play, mostly because I'm a SW fan. Can't wait until Death Star DLC.
4. Uncharted 4
Some say that the day of the big-budget, linear, narrative-lead blockbuster is over, but Naughty Dog doesn’t seem to have had the memo.
This is a huge action game crammed with dazzling spectacle and awesome set-pieces, yet one that treats its characters and their history with respect. Thrilling, moving, exhilarating and ambitious, A Thief’s End is a storming climax to the Nathan Drake saga. If it’s the last of its breed, it’s one of the best. Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/best-ps4-games_round-up_Page-4#GuxETcwu4ceQwrSc.99
3. Dark Souls III
Journey to the world of Lothric and enter the harsh and brutal world of Dark Souls once again with this third entry. While it may not quite reach the heights of its predecessors, it's still undoubtedly one of the best video games on the market, and acts as a somewhat compilation album of the Souls series. Players will meet familiar foes and some terrifying old faces along the way as well as some devastating new enemies. Lothric is a beautifully-realised world and will mystify and unnverve in equal measure.
2. Fallout 4
I've been waiting so long for Fallout 4 it feels like an apocalypse could have been and gone by now.
But thankfully, it was worth the wait.
Fallout 4 might not be the best game of the year, but it introduces you to a strange, beautiful and rich world full of stories to unravel.
There’s plenty to do in the Wasteland, including base building, crafting and plenty of customisation and companions.
If there’s a game that’s going to keep you busy over the winter period, it’s got to be Fallout 4.
1. No Man's Sky
(I can't wait to get!)
Easily one of the most ambitiously anticipated titles of 2016, No Man's Sky gives you the oppurtunity to explore over 18 quintillion planets as you journey to the centre of the galaxy. You're a single explorer in a vast, endless space with nothing but your ship and curiosity to guide you.
Everything you discover can be given a unique identity, rewarding you with credits that can be used to gather resources, upgrade your ship and jump to different star systems. There is simply nothing like No Man's Sky out there in 2016, and it's definitely worth checking out.
So hey, not everyone will agree with this, but that's ok. We debate and critique this until we have the Warlight master list!