Royal Blue's Top 6 Video Games of 2015

As the year comes to a close, it's only necessary to reflect on the best things that 2015 has brought us, and of course that is some of the best video games we've played. Take a look at Royal Blue's Top 5 Video Games of the year and see if you copped any of the best.

6.) Mortal Combat X

The fatalities in the game have never looked this gruesome. Released on April 14th, 2015, the long-awaited classic is the 10th installment of NetherRealms fighting series. The game offers 24 fighters, featuring new and old characters that bring the game to life.

5.) Battlefield: Hardline

Instead of soldier v. soldier action; thieves, felons and cops take over Battlefield Hardline for an unexpected twist to the usual game format.

4.) Batman: Arkham Knight

Arkham Night is the last installment of the Batman Arkham Knight series and Rocksteady definitely saved the best for last. From being in the driver’s seat of the Batmobile to exploring the entirety of Gotham City and flying over it's skyline makes this game one of the blockbusters of 2015.

3.) Fallout 4

When I say this game is big, it's HUGE. Fallout 4 features a massive world equipped with awesome quests, new characters and locations to discover. The best feature may arguably be the tool that allows players to create their own post-apocalyptic settlement. Cool, right?

2.) Star Wars: Battlefront

This game may have pleased every Star Wars enthusiast out there, and probably even thrilled the players who have never seen the original trilogy too. Star Wars: Battlefront includes online multiplayer battles, ranging from smaller 8-player mode to a whopping 40-player.

1.) The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Labeled "One of the best games ever made" by Gamespot, Witcher 3 is an award winning epic fantasy that combines a non-linear story and an open world. The graphics and visuals of the game are a huge step up from The Witcher 2,  with detailed realistic locations and a deep role-playing experience from film-like presentations. The Witcher 3 includes over 100 hours of core and side-quest game play and features free exploration with NO loading times earning the game to the number one spot on our list.

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