Justin Carreiro’s Top 10 Video Games of 2016
- Final Fantasy XV
It took years (YEARS!) for this game to be in development before it was finally released. It’s a fun addition to the Final Fantasy series and one that looks visually appealing.
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- Batman: The Telltale Series
It’s Batman! Beyond the story and the appearance of many memorable characters/settings, this is a good story series for any Batman fan.
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- Pokemon Go
For a time, I was obsessed with this app and was capturing Pokémon everywhere. I had a good time. My phone bill, on the other hand, did not look pretty.
- Titanfall 2
The first game of the series is a great multiplayer game, but the second improves upon it with even better graphics and mechanics.
- Gears of War 4
From the first few minutes of playing, you can notice the stark difference from the last entry. Gears of War 4 has been given the much-needed update to feel fresh and new again.
- Layers of Fear
This game messes with your mind and can feel so creepy at times. It’s immersive, detailed and visually appealing – Layers of Fear is more than simply an exploration video game.
- Dead Rising 4
Sometimes you have to head back to the beginning to create something new, and Dead Rising 4 returns to familiar places to offer one of the best games in the series yet.
- Dead By Daylight
This online PC horror game is the biggest surprise for me. It’s easy to play and at first seems like just another 4 vs. 1 video game. But it’s so addictive, the backstory is interesting (I need a book or movie to explain more about the story!), and it’s one that I can’t stop watching on Twitch for hours.