When Horizon Zero Dawn had its debut at E3 2015, we knew instantly we were looking forward to playing this game. With its high quality visuals, mech fighting combat and a fierce protagonist, Horizon Zero Dawn looks like a fun ride. While new IP's are sometimes a toss up, it's no secret we may be in for a treat. We get the feeling hunting mech animals while exploring every area for survival will not get old any time soon.
Every second of newly released gameplay for No Man's Sky manages to bring a smile on our face. Exploring a potentially endless galaxy not only tickles some of our space fantasy itch, but manages to do
something unique to the genre. How much time will you spend on No Man's Sky? The entire experience relies on how much you enjoy exploration. If that's your thing, No Man's Sky may be your type of game.
3. Project Setsuna
Project Setsuna looks like a spiritual successor to Chrono Trigger, and I think we speak for every one when we say we want it very badly. Dual Tech's manage to return and the music, although we've heard very little of it , is a treat to your ears. We're glad Sony managed to push a Playstation 4 release for the title as it seems it originally may have been in development solely on the Playstation Vita. We hope that Project Setsuna manages to live up to games before it, including Chrono Trigger.
What seems like a game that has been in development forever, is finally coming to a close. You will soon be able to finally play a completed version of Final Fantasy XV in 2016. After experiencing the magic of the demo Episode Duscae, it's clear we're getting a classic Final Fantasy experience with the exception of the combat. Let's hope the game truly manages to live up to the name; Final Fantasy.
1. Persona 5
While many fans were greatly disappointed by the pushed back release date for Persona 5, it doesn't seem to have dampened the enthusiasm surrounding the game. Like it's predecessors, the game keeps it's anime style, fast paced music, and dark undertones. When it comes to the newest installation however, the game play looks completely revamped. With a style that looks very similar to Atlus' Catherine, this game is more action packed than ever with dynamic visuals and many new abilties. From what has been released so far, Persona 5 seems like it will certainly live up to the legacy of the Persona franchise.
Agree with our list? Which games are you looking forward to in 2016? Let us know what you think in the comments below!