Karl de Mare
I really wanted to like this game, but it has barely touched upon its potential, and while it comes with a working game design and world, that is all it really has, and I do hope this will change over time, otherwise Firefall will slowly die out, and not really be remembered.
I had high hopes for Destiny, and if they decide to add matchmaking for every part of the game, it can be a better experience for everyone. And if they manage to pump out updates every week, Destiny stands a chance on becoming this year's best FPS, but at the moment, it is a very mediocre game which we have seen so many times before.
Devilian is a game that will most likely split people into a hate and love camp, with a few in the middle persons. It is a great mix of MMO and ARPG taking the standard questing and dungeons system from MMOs and fast paced gameplay from ARPGs. While the questing design do need a full makeover, the gameplay manages to keep the quest design from brining the game down. I will continue playing Devilian and hope that microtransactions manages to mainly keep on the cosmetic level. Being a free to play game I would recommend players whom like ARPG to give Devilian a try, it might be something you get hooked on.
The Division is taking the best aspects from many other MMORPGs and cover-based shooters out there and adding its own touch to it. This is a game that you can play how you want to play it. It is an instanced third-person shooter with a great progression system. Whether you are a loot seeker, a role-player, or a story fanatic, you will enjoy this game. This is not the new Destiny that so many comments seem to be about, but it also isn't the next major MMO. The Division stands great on its own legs and borrows ideas from vastly different genres and games, which it transforms into its own in the end.
Quantum Break is pretty much the game that it looks to be according to the trailers. It is a very solid cover-shooter with a story that is confusing and by far the least interesting one in Remedy's portfolio, but it still holds a high standard with many interesting plot points. It is a game you should and even must play on the Xbox One since the PC version is not acceptable in any way. The best part of Quantum Break is how well it works together with the built in TV-show, and that is bound to give you a unique and interesting experience.