Game Of The Year 2015 – Adam Lloyd’s Picks | Power Up Gaming
Despite my reservations this time last year, 2015 has proven to be quite significant for the games industry. We’ve had sprawling role-playing epics in the forms of The Witcher 3 and Fallout 4, adrenaline-fuelled action in Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Rise Of The Tomb Raider, and slitting throats to a backdrop of funky 80’s tunes in Metal Gear Solid V, and, well, Metal Gear Solid V. Whatever your poison, 2015 has had you covered. If the blockbuster titles haven’t appealed to you, then the indie space is sure to have catered. Whether you’ve been looking for compelling narratives (Her Story), metroidvania style adventures (Ori And The Blind Forest and Axiom Verge), or rocket-powered battlecars (Rocket League), if you haven’t found anything new to play this year, you simply haven’t been looking hard enough. Nevertheless, here are my personal highlights for the year of 2015. 5. Mortal Kombat X It's been a while since I've enjoyed Mortal Kombat; about 20 years to be exact. Back in the