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Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Must-have Games for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Wii U, 3DS

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Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection - $42.99 Amazon

uncharted: the nathan drake collection

From the groundbreaking storytellers at Naughty Dog, comes the genre-defining epic that revolutionized adventure storytelling with the power of the PS4 system. Experience one of the most revered game series of all time as you follow the perilous journey of Nathan Drake across the globe, from humble beginnings to extraordinary discoveries. Meet an unforgettable cast of characters as Drake puts life and friendship on the line in a race against ruthless enemies to uncover unimaginable treasure.  Continue to Review

Bloodborne - $26.99 Amazon

bloodborne

Bloodborne follows the player character through the decrepit Gothic city of Yharnam, whose inhabitants have been afflicted with an abnormal blood-borne disease. Upon mysteriously awakening in Yharnam during the night of "The Hunt", the Hunter begins to unravel Yharnam's intriguing mysteries while hunting down its many terrifying beasts. Continue to Review

The Talos Principle - $43.50 Amazon

the talos principle

The Talos Principle is a first person exploration puzzle game that focuses on philosophy. You must decide what to do, what your purpose is (we play as a robot) and how to progress while making the correct decisions. 

Madden 16 - $39.99 Amazon

madden 16

As the third entry on the current console generation, Madden NFL 16 doesn’t feel like a rehash of past years. There are redesigns, quality of life changes, and gameplay alterations that feel like they’ve been in the works for quite some time. Desperately needed changes to the passing game, new controls, all-new animations, a more intuitive UI, and a new scouting system make Madden 16 feel like more than a fresh paint of coat. Continue to Review

Destiny: The Taken King - $47.45 Amazon

destiny the taken king

Destiny’s latest release, The Taken King, radically rearranges nearly every aspect of the game. Archaic fundamentals have been brought up to speed or replaced entirely. The overarching mythos has tighter stitching. The new stuff is in a class of its own but has improved original content with its arrival. This is hardly an expansion, let alone DLC. The Taken King is closer to a reboot, a ground-up overhaul of Bungie’s blue-sky project. Continue to Review

Batman: Arkham Knight - $38.08 Amazon

batman arkham knight

It's been quite some time since I've seen a game so polished, so visceral and so fun. The game also proves that you don't need thousands of square miles to explore just to get your money's worth. What's the bottom line? If you're a Batman fan, chances are you already own it. If you're not a Batman fan but appreciate well designed games with a ton of variety, great story and a visceral combat system, definitely check out Arkham Knight. Continue to Review

Rock Band 4 - $249.99  Amazon

rock band 4

Rock Band 4 is all about you forming the best cover band known to man, creating your caricatured band of misfits, and traveling the world in pursuit of fame and money. This time though, you have a say in your band's destiny. Will you choose to buy a van to help you with traveling to different venues, or do you choose the sleezy band manager who can guarantee you more money. Continue to Review

Guitar Hero Live - $97.99 Amazon

guitar hero live

Guitar Hero Live is easily a reinvention of the entire series. Gone are animated bands and caricatured characters like Lars Umlaut and in their place are pre-recorded FMVs with real people, real instruments, real crowds. Gone are the days of five multi-color buttons in a row and in their place is a far superior three-on-three button placement, that easily makes for some realistic chord action. Continue to Review

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