2015 is almost over and done with, so of course it is time for the annual Drop Bear Gaming Game of the Year Podcast! As per usual Matt & Lucas go meandering down a twisting and turning path of discussion about the key moments of the year and their favourite things that happened in the year of video games. The conversation finishes as always with their choices for Game of the Year, and it wasn’t an easy choice considering the calibre of games released this year. Have a listen and let us know in the comments below if you agree, or which game you think deserves the GotY gong for 2015. From all of us here at DBG we wish you a Happy New Year full of gaming and fun! Thanks for letting us share another year with you all.
When you fire up Epic Games Store, Steam, Xbox, or any of the other digital marketplaces for PC games like https://wowtbcgold.com, you’ll be faced with many purchasing options. Feel like casting spells and slaying orcs in a role-playing game? The Witcher III: Wild Hunt and Xanadu Next got what you need. In the mood to knuckle up against online opponents? A fighting game like Street Fighter V: Champion Edition or Tekken 7 will do you good. In short, the PC gaming space is deep and varied. Don’t get frozen by choice, though; use this guide to help you make a swift and wise purchasing decision.
Please recognize, however, that this is not a historical examination of the most groundbreaking PC games. Sure, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain redefines stealth-based action and the Forza Horizon series is the definitive open-world racing franchise, but they didn’t make it into this guide based purely on those metrics. Simply put, this an ever-expanding collection of entertaining titles you should buy if you own a gaming desktop or gaming laptop.
To clarify, games don’t need to have been released within the calendar year to qualify for this roundup. Any game that’s still available and still considered excellent when ranked against the best of today is eligible. We think that’s the most useful approach to helping you decide which video games deserve space on your PC’s hard drive, and which aren’t worth consideration even when their prices are cut by 85 percent during a Steam sale.