Here we are for our final round up of some of the biggest PC games of 2015. We have covered the likes of Fallout 4 and The Witcher 3 but we still have plenty to get our teeth into. Part three is possibly the most well rounded look at some big titles from the last 12 months. We’ve got some RPGs, racing, strategy and best of all… Metal Gear Solid – where better to start.
Espionage at it’s finest. Described as the best MGS game in the series. The game features an open world – unlike previous games – where players can decide exactly what to do and how to do it. If playing stealthy isn’t your thing then this game allows you to go loud and proud. The game stays true to it’s original concept but also offers something extra. If you haven’t played the prologue, it is also worth checking out: Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes
If conquering the universe is your thing then this is the game for you! The latest title in the Galactic Civilization series offers up a huge amount customisation. Nearly everything can be customised meaning that you are always playing something new. The game remains familiar to players of the previous games but also offers up new ideas and features.
The latest installment of the Dirt series proves that rally simulation is better than ever. The game re-captures the pure simulation of the old Colin McRae series. The game is challenging and requires complete concentration. Graphically it is stunning and sounds absolutely amazing. This is racing simulation at it’s finest.
Returning to the roots of isometric top-down RPGs, Pillars of Eternity brings a fascinating new world to life. The is a masterpiece in it’s genre and does everything it can to create a unique world, complete with a rich history, mythology and lore. If you have been a fan of games like Baldur’s Gate then Pillars of Eternity is a must play game.
Putting the might of the Elder Scrolls series into a MMO game is bound to create something worth playing. The game was released in 2014, however, it was also re-released in 2015 as Tamriel Unlimited – with the removal of any monthly subscription fees. The requirement of a subscription is possibly what held the game back initially, but now it seems to be building into one of the top MMO games around. It features a massive open world, hundreds and hundreds of quests, lots of character options and on top of that the majority of the microtransactions are for cosmetic items – keeping the game fair and balanced to all players.