Mad Max is a repetitive but fun game with brutally satisfying melee combat, enjoyable vehicular combat, and despite its flaws, it can be very addictive.
Red Dead Redemption II is a breathtaking game packed with a ridiculous amount of detail. It’s not perfect but the good certainly outweighs the bad.
Inspired by classic road films, influenced by the vehicular combat genre, and set in an open world, RoadKill is one of the most enjoyable hidden gems for the sixth generation era of consoles.
Scarface: The World Is Yours is a little rough around the edges but contains plenty of action, addictive gameplay, and satisfying combat.
Sleeping Dogs is a blast from beginning to end with some minor issues. The Definitive Edition is a must-buy if you’ve never played the original game.
Super Mario Odyssey is incredibly fun from start to finish and is one of the greatest 3D platformers ever released.
Grand Theft Auto V is a very cinematic and action-packed experience and another stellar entry in the franchise.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the greatest adventure game ever made. This is one journey everyone should experience.
An amazing open world game with staggering detail and a truly engaging story supported by an ensemble cast of voice actors. Even with piss-poor DLC, Batman: Arkham Knight is an incredible game that should satisfy even the most dedicated Batman fans.
A revolutionary game that will go down in history as a classic. Grand Theft Auto III changed the video game world and pretty much defined the open world sandbox genre. Even though it’s dated in many aspects it still holds up today and is just as enjoyable as it was back in 2001.