- Dark Souls Series/Bloodborne
- Witcher 3
- Assassin's Creed Black Flag (just for the piracy)
Dark Souls III is absolutely worth the price tag. You can easily drop hundreds of hours into it and still be enjoying the experience. It's worth noting that the game is significantly more difficult than Dark Souls II and slightly more difficult than Dark Souls.
The combat is fun, and there's even more weapons now that you can imbue with various elemental powers. The boss fights, though forgettable, are still tense and challenging. The problem is that Dark Souls II must be compared to the original Dark Souls, and it falls flat in every category. By attempting to make both newcomers and veterans of Dark Souls happy, Dark Souls II succeeds in neither, and is an unsatisfying experience because of it.
MLB The Show 16 is a fantastic sports game. The gameplay is as fun and immersive as ever. I shouted at the umpire over close calls and pumped my fist at each home run, just like I do when I'm at games or watch them on TV. The new features take away from the realism, but I love that they're optional.