If you've already played the game on the Nintendo 3DS, it's unlikely that you'll find anything in the game's PC port that would justify a second purchase of the game. Unless you're feeling particularly supportive of Image & Form, and/or you despised a particularly aspect of the game's user interface on the 3DS, save your cash and play your existing copy of SteamWorld Dig.
Everything about Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls leaves me wanting to more, despite the fact that I've already cleared the campaign on multiple occasions, and I wouldn't be shocked if I've got a full roster of level 70 characters by the time the year comes to a close. It's been a long time since I enjoyed a hack-and-slash title as much as I'm enjoying Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls, and I plan to milk that for all it's worth. I suggest you do the same.
I have very little doubt that there's a bright future ahead for Watch Dogs, at least at the cash register, and I'm sure I'll be fairly hyped for whatever comes next in the series. But, it's hard to recommend Watch Dogs to anyone that isn't absolutely ravenous for a new PS4 or Xbox One game to play.
I have little doubt that Sir Galahad will join a pantheon of iconic PlayStation heroes that includes Crash Bandicoot, Kratos and many others. But it's going to take at least one more adventure, and a damned good one at that, before many gamers look back on The Order: 1886 with any sort of fondness.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is one of those releases the gaming community will be using as a benchmark for years to come. I just hope there's more story hidden somewhere in The Phantom Pain, or being delivered via DLC, to give the Metal Gear series the victory lap it deserves.
If all you want is a better-looking version of Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition, and/or built-in online league support, then Blood Bowl 2 has you covered. But if you were hoping for a bit more from Cyanide Studios' next Blood Bowl release, it might be worth waiting until the price comes down and/or an upcoming Blood Bowl 2 patch gives the game a much-needed content injection.
Dragon Quest Heroes may have its flaws. But the game proves, once again, Omega Force's third-party projects remain Must Play games for any longtime fans of the hack-and-slash genre.
I see little reason why longtime fans of the franchise would be disappointed with Black Ops 3. It may not draw in many new fans, or convert those who've never been big Call of Duty fans. But there's more than enough here to keep the game's existing community locked in digital combat for another twelve months.