The Good Kind of Geek’s Top 10 Games of 2015

It’s a good year for gaming.

cropped-cropped-upup-6.pngFirst off, I want to apology for being unable to review every game last year.  It’s a strange year for me, and I actually got another job that takes up a chunk load of my time.  The list below will include games not reviewed yet, and if I have time in the future, I will do my best to review them.

Without further ado, here are our top 10 games of 2015:

10. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection:

Uncharted The Nathan Drake CollectionIt’s almost lazy to include this game on our top ten list, but I just can’t help it!  The collection is a great way for a new generation of gamers to enjoy the classic and prepare for the upcoming sequel.  I’m sure you will see Uncharted 4 on our top ten games of 2016 next year.

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection Review

9. Splatoon:

splatoon0522151280jpg-b0aaa2_1280wNo, we didn’t have a chance to review Splatoon this year, but it doesn’t mean Nintendo’s breakout title of 2015 is not one worth to be mentioned.  The new IP is a surprise hit, and I’m even more surprise the characters haven’t make their way to Super Smash yet.

No review yet, but it might come soon.

8. Mortal Kombat X:

Mortal Kombat XNot a lot of fighting game is 2015, and Mortal Kombat X is definitely one worth mentioning.  The game features a new cast of fighters, as well as fun mini game to further enrich the gaming experience.  It also has Predator and Alien as DLC characters too!  Alien vs. Predator anyone?

Mortal Kombat X Review

7. Yokai Watch:

Yokai WatchThe game that hits Japan like a storm finally comes to America!!!  The game is supposed to be the Pokemon of this generation.  What do you think?  I definitely think there’s a possibility there.

Yokai Watch Review 

6. Super Mario Maker:

Super Mario MakerSuper Mario Maker.  Can this game get any crazier?

No review yet, but i might come soon.

5. Rise of the Tomb Raider:

Rise of the Tomb RaiderThe sequel to 2013’s smash hit, Rise of the Tomb Raider might not be as good as its predecessor, it’s still a great game that’s able to make it to our top ten list.  Sadly the game was released on the same day as Fallout 4, and all the attentions are taken from it.  Hopefully it will have its moment to shine when being released again on PS4.

Rise of the Tomb Raider Review 

4. Until Dawn:

Until DawnThe #1 horror game of the year.  Until Dawn delivers what is promised, and offers an unique experience to either kill all the teenagers or save all of them.  The game is gorgeous, and the story is driven.  Until Dawn secures a spot on our list easily.

Until Dawn Review

3. Batman: Arkham Knight:

Batman Arkham KnightThe finale of the popular Batman: Arkham franchise.  Sadly, while the main game is great, the same cannot be said with the DLCs.  Also, the game has the most disastrous PC release ever.  As far as I know, those poor PC players still don’t get to play the game…

Batman: Arkham Knight Review 

2. Her Story:

Her story 8You should be playing this game.  The game offers a really different gaming experience where you have to look through videos and find out exactly what the woman’s story really is.  The ending is open-ended, and that’s the most beautiful part of it, isn’t it?

Her Story Review

1. Fallout 4:

Fallout 4Our #1 game of the year.  While many might disagree with our decision, I feel like this game really deserves the spot.  After hours of gameplay, I’m still find new stuff and if anything, I’m in love with the wasteland more than ever.  The Fallout franchise is really godlike now with this new game.

Fallout 4 Review