The top ten games of the year were announced on IGN, and the list is long, but here are our picks for the best games this year.
Continue scrolling to keep reading Click the button below to start this article in quick viewContinue scrolling for more articles from IGN Next UpTop Ten:The Witcher 3 (2015) – 7/10Continue scrolling by title to start articleA new era begins with the release of The Witcher 3, and that means a new era of open world adventure.
The Witcher series is a rich and complex game, with a number of fantastic elements.
It’s a great example of how well-crafted and thoughtfully-written games can be made, and it will be hard to top.
It also offers a great way to play with family, friends, and co-op partners, something many of our readers would prefer to play in the comfort of their own homes.
The world is a beautiful place, full of characters and beautiful landscapes, and this is what makes The Witcher games so great.
If you can find time to enjoy the world, this is an excellent game to keep playing.
It’s also an excellent introduction to the open world, one of the great features of the PC era.
It has some of the best weather and weather systems ever seen, making it a very easy game to enjoy in summer and autumn.
It features a lot of open-world exploration, with locations all over the world to explore.
It even has a variety of weapons and armour, which are well thought out.
This makes The Last of Us feel like a first-person shooter, which is a great introduction to playing a first person shooter.
The Last Of Us is a fantastic game, but it also feels very much like a third-person action game, and a good one.
The way it combines the two is very good, and The Last will feel familiar to players of the first-party Call of Duty.
The Witcher 4: Wild Hunt (2016) – 6/10The Witcher series, with its rich history, is the best thing ever created.
It doesn’t quite match the depth and scope of the previous two games in the series, but with this game the series feels fresh again.
This game is one of those games that I want to play for the whole year, and I think it’ll be a solid game.
The graphics are stunning, the story is gripping, and there’s plenty of great things to do.
It feels like a fresh take on the world of The Last, but the world is also one of The Elder Scrolls games, and while this is not a huge step up from the previous games in terms of detail and atmosphere, it’s a step up nonetheless.
There are also a lot more NPCs and characters in this game than in the previous ones.
There’s a lot to do, and as a result it’s not a game you’ll want to sit down and play in a few hours.
I think the Witcher series was always destined for greatness.
This is one case where it does something right, delivering an RPG that feels like it should be a must-have for any RPG fan.
I also enjoyed the fact that The Witcher 4 has a great story, which makes it a good introduction to The Witcher franchise.
This one will be a great game to play as a family, or friends, or just casually.
It will be fun to explore the open-air areas of the world.
The story is excellent and the characters are engaging, and so is the world and the world’s atmosphere.
It makes for a great family adventure, one that’s easy to pick up and enjoy.
I’m not saying The Witcher is a bad game.
It is a game that feels a lot like a video game, where you are constantly making choices to achieve goals, and you don’t really have a clear sense of what you’re doing in each level.
There is plenty of variety in the open worlds, and each world has a distinct feel and feel to it.
There were a few moments in this year’s release that made me feel like I was in a video-game experience, and for those moments I’m really happy with.
The open world of the game is great, and though the world feels a bit sparse, the world does feel very real.
I was impressed with how well The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings handled open world exploration, and how well it handled the story, and in particular the character development in the game.
I enjoyed The Witcher.
There was also some great voice acting.
The sound design in The Witcher was excellent.
I’ve enjoyed watching this series evolve.
I think The Witcher, with the series it’s so closely tied to, is going to be very good for the next decade.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2016)- 8/10I don’t think I’ve ever played a Zelda game that felt as good as Breath of The Wild, and not just because of how many levels there are.
The Zelda series is such a big part of my childhood,