The best games of 2015 are here! We say goodbye to the year, we do it with a huge number of titles under our arms and, what is more important, high-quality titles.
It’s important to note that even though the year is almost over, there are still releases that could make the list (specifically, Xenoblade Chronicles X and Just Cause 3). If the time comes for any of these titles to be worthy of a position, we will update the list accordingly.
20. Star Wars: Battlefront
2015 is the year of Star Wars, and not just because of the release of The Force Awakens; DICE, developers of Battlefield, have taken the controls of the Millennium Falcon and have brought us Star Wars: Battlefront, a title that perfectly captures the spirit and essence of the massive battles that took place a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. very far…
With a unique proposal, original development and a lot of ink, Splatoon has become the biggest surprise of the year on Wii U.
18. Rise of the Tomb Raider
After bringing back the greatest adventurer in the history of video games with a sensational reboot, Crystal Dynamics has not disappointed and has set an example of what all sequels should be: Rise of the Tomb Raider.
17. Xenoblade Chronicles 3D
One of the best Wii role-playing games was transferred with great success and mastery to the circuits of the small New 3DS.
16. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3
Immense campaign with a story that will not leave anyone indifferent and the possibility of playing it completely in cooperative, zombie mode, Dead Ops Arcade, Free Run and, of course, a multiplayer capable of hooking us for months, make Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 the biggest saga game to date. The future is now, and it comes with war on all fronts.
15. Yoshi’s Woolly World
After years in the shadow of Mario and Luigi, Yoshi has jumped onto the scene with a signature platformer that is as charming as it is original and woolly.
14. Forza Motorsport 6
Nothing less than 10 years has completed the Forza saga, the emblematic driving simulator for Xbox. To celebrate, Forza Motorsport 6 has arrived on Xbox One, an installment that will delight motor and speed lovers thanks to excellent control and 460 cars recreated in detail.
13. Ori and the Blind Forest
A return to classic platforming sprinkled with stunning art style, germinated with exceptional level design, and pruned with impeccably precise control.
12. Halo 5: Guardians
With an almost perfect balance between cooperative campaign, armory and multiplayer, Halo 5: Guardians is postulated as one of the best shooters of all 2015.
11. The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask 3D
After years of pleas and online petitions, Nintendo responded to fans with the remaster of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D.
10. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
The mythical monster hunting saga returned to 3DS with its best installment to date. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate includes hundreds of hours of fun, new weapons and mechanics, a hilarious online cooperative mode, and a huge number of monsters that are eagerly waiting for us to try to hunt them down.
9. Project Cars
The delay was worth it: Project Cars became the first great driving simulator for the current generation, thanks to a huge number of disciplines and circuits, impeccable control, a perfect day / night cycle and a delicious atmospheric system.
8. NBA 2K16
Visual Concepts are the greatest experts in hoops, and that has been proven with NBA 2K16: a lesson in how to improve the best and, at the same time, innovate in a genre as difficult as sports.
7. Pillars of Eternity
The lords of Obsisidan, masters of the RPG genre, turned to Kickstarter to finance their new project: Pillars of Eternity. The reception was brutal, resulting in a game that breathes the atmosphere of the classic Baldur’s Gate renewed and adapted to the times. A real must have if you are fans of the genre.
From Software has done it again. With an artistic direction that is simply unbeatable and a development that is as difficult as it is addictive, the new jewel from Hidetaka Miyazaki has become one of the best games of 2015 and, almost certainly, the best game on PlayStation 4.
5. Batman: Arkham Knight
This year we’ve said goodbye to Rocksteady’s impeccable Arkham saga, but we’ve done it with the explosive finale of Batman: Arkham Knight.
4. Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void
Starcraft II also says goodbye, and it does so with a true masterpiece: Legacy of the Void is the culmination of one of the best strategy games ever made, with a robust story, a large number of playable options and a technical section from another galaxy.
3. Fallout 4
There was a desire to return to the wasteland and Bethesda knew it, so they have put everything on the grill to make Fallout 4 one of the best video games of 2015… And they have not failed.
2. The Wicther 3: Wild Hunt
Geralt came willing to take the crown for the best RPG of the generation… And he has taken it accompanied by the head of the previous regent. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is CD Projekt’s magnum opus, a title of epic proportions that offers hours and hours of fun without compromising the narrative quality even in the least remarkable secondary mission.
1. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
The battle has been fierce and, in the end, only one has remained: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is the best valued game of the year on Hobby Consoles and one of the best games of the year.