Top five time. This is the half of the list that was definitely easier to pick. It’s because from here the games are all ones I will unabashedly recommend everyone to go out and try to play. And after reading this next entry I get the feeling some people might just dismiss me as crazy. But I’ve got to wear it on my sleeve now, so maybe I am just a nutcase.
This game is definitely one that might be a contentious choice but again, this is a list of games I had the most enjoyment with over the year and it wouldn’t be right if this one didn’t come up in some way. So, let’s to the roundup and then get to number five:
#10 Halo 5: Guardians
#9 Ori and the Blind Forest
#7 Dragonball XenoVerse
#6 Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Continue reading “Wooderon Games of the Year 2015: #5”
Last year, when I posted my game of the year list on my Tumblr, I just posted it all at the same time. This year I’m going to try and do something a little different. I’m going to count down the last days of the year and list my top ten of 2015 as I go.
This is not a critical breakdown of the games that came out this year either, rather it is a list of the games I most enjoyed my time with. Also keep in mind that there are a few games I’m sure would have found their way onto this list If I had found time to play absolutely everything. But I’m a busy guy and here’s what I got.
Okay then, so here we go. Starting with my tenth favourite game of the year: Continue reading “Wooderon Games of the Year 2015: #10”
Halo 5: Guardians is a strange game to me. I can’t decide whether it’s good or not. I’m having fun with it, that’s the main thing right now, but I can’t tell right now whether it’s going to keep my attention for the long haul or it will just fall by the wayside like so many games that come out these days.
There is chance 343 will trickle content that will keep the experience fresh enough over time to keep me playing for weeks and months to come, but the turnover on shooters these days means there is a risk of even Halo turning into just another FPS of the week. What made Halo different has always been the community around the game, the developer providing detailed databases of individual’s lifetime stats and sharing their experiences with one another before it was a function built into the console. Continue reading “Can’t decide if I like Halo 5 or not”