Top Five Video Games Of 2016

I thought it would be nice to evaluate the top five video games released in 2016. If you use VR, you would have benefitted from these game at a maximum level. This year is coming to a close in days. But what really stood out? Which games defined 2016? In no particular order, here are our picks for the 5 best games of the year.


Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’

(Sony/Naughty Dog: PS4)

Like its perfectly coiffed star, “Uncharted 4” had to claw its way past countless obstacles on its path to greatness. Its lead designer bailed out, its script was rewritten and it was delayed enough times to put a crack in the faith of even its staunchest fans. But the jaw-droppingly gorgeous “Uncharted 4” more than delivered in the end, giving gamers an absurdly cinematic tale about family, piracy and what it means to be an adventurer.


(Playdead: Xbox One and PS4)

Spiritual successor to beloved indie hit “Limbo,” this chilling puzzle-platformer is one of the most affecting games of 2016. At turns unsettling and uplifting, “Inside’s” dystopian world holds clever, well-designed platform sequences, but the real thrill is in trying to unravel its fascinating narrative. Was there a better (and crazier) third act this year?


3.‘Dishonored 2’

(Bethesda/Arkane Studios: PS4, Xbox One, and PC)

The sequel to the 2012 supernatural stealth game channels the original’s fantastic gameplay blend into a new, beautifully-realized whalepunk world. Two characters with unique powers gives it replay value, and thanks to some of the most inventive first-person level design ever, and you’ll actually want to play this one through a few times.

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3. ‘DOOM’

(Bethesda/id Software: PS4, Xbox One, and PC)

Developer id Software got out how to teach an old demon dog new tricks with the scintillating “DOOM” reboot. A combination of the original’s heavy metal vibe and new-school shooter sensibilities, “DOOM” was everything fans of the legendary franchise could have hoped for: fast, brutal and just insanely fun.

4. ‘Clash Royale’

(Supercell: iOS/Android)

Don’t let its crazy popularity or cartoonish looks fool you: “Clash Royale” is, at its core, a brilliant strategy game. Fast, addictive and perfectly designed for the mobile gamer, it’s the game people played most in 2016. Even its big drawback – that pesky pay to win situation – couldn’t sway us for starting up just one more match.

5.‘Forza Horizon 3’

(Microsoft/ Playground Games: Xbox One)

Open-world racing reached a new top speed in the vibrant “Forza Horizon 3to Packed with an embarrassing amount of cool things to do in a car both on and off roads, it was also one of the first games to truly take advantage of 4K technology. Not that it needed it — this is a graphical tour de force on any TV, and far and away the most thrilling racing game of 2016

And That’s it!! Pokémon go also tried but i feel these are the top five…

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