A typical Nintendo Direct always manages to see me swinging wildly between extremes of emotion. I’m either as hyped and ready to pop as a well shaken bottle of champagne, or I’m utterly disinterested in the Nth instalment of some long running JRPG series that is neigh indistinguishable from the two announcements either side of it.
I came into this Direct primarily hoping there would be any utterance of what the new Pokemon game for Switch could be. Unfortunately, after watching the whole thing, there wasn’t a pocket monster to be seen. That doesn’t mean I was unhappy with Nintendo’s offerings in their latest direct broadcast though. I’m not going to break down everything mentioned, just the things that compelled me to actually started writing about them despite myself.
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I ended up doing a lot of shuffling around at this top end of my list, even as I was writing the earlier parts. I’m not giving anything away, but this has been such a strong year for games and I only managed to play half of what I wanted to get my hands on in the end. These top two were very difficult to pick from, but number two doesn’t mean first loser in this case by any means.
While I’m going on opinion here, I’m hoping that nobody can argue with me about this next title deserving its place on the list.
#10 Halo 5: Guardians
#9 Ori and the Blind Forest
#7 Dragonball XenoVerse
#6 Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
#5 Destiny: The Taken King
#4 Tales from the Borderlands
#3 Fallout 4 Continue reading “Wooderon Games of the Year 2015: #2”