I don't feel like using all my brain power nor researching, but I'll say Batman: Arkham Knight is up there.
Very cool. For the BioShock franchise, I actually found BioShock Infinte disappointing as it didn't feel like a proper BioShock title to me, rather is felt like Call of Duty with Plasmids. Having said that, I did enjoy the game itself and certainly didn't think it was a bad game.Yes, I was mostly thinking 2013 with the release of PS4 and XB1 till now. If people wanted to include Wii U games why not. I only said this gen only because there is already a thread for top ten games of all time and the HD remakes of Halo, Bioshock, Uncharted, and The Last of Us would probably make everyone's list. Bioshock Infinite in particular is my favorite game of all time.
I LOVE Arkham City but I have Knight above it for several reasons.I’m going to put out the controversial opinion that Arhkam City may have actually been a better game than Arkham Knight (even though I really enjoyed them both)
One generation ago, actually.It was, but.. That's like 2 generations ago
Mass Effect 2 was my favourite of the trilogy, and the whole trilogy was great. The first game came out on Xbox 360 first, then PC, then PlayStation 3 a long time later down the road.oh lol... well. It is hard to remember!! rofl.. maybe PC got it late? I dunno.
After I saw this trailer, I started thinking of playing the game with Japanese voice over.
I'll buy Sekiro once i get paid lol, I'm not interested in Bloodborne or Souls tbh. Sekiro peaks my interests because the emphasis on parries rather than dodges.Disappointed with the lack of Miyazaki fans in this thread. If y’all haven’t yet played Sekiro, Bloodborne or the Souls series, I HIGHLY recommend that you do!
This is why Sekiro is the only Souls-like game I gave a go and I love it. I might try the others but I feel like Sekiro already ruined it with it's amazing combat. Nioh looks good though.I'll buy Sekiro once i get paid lol, I'm not interested in Bloodborne or Souls tbh. Sekiro peaks my interests because the emphasis on parries rather than dodges.