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#10 – Ashes of the Singularity
Ashes of the Singularity is a real-time strategy game set in the far future that redefines the possibilities of RTS with the unbelievable scale provided by Oxide Games’ groundbreaking Nitrous engine.
#9 – Superhot
Superhot (stylized as SUPERHOT) is an independently developed first-person shooter video game, created by Superhot Team. Though the game follows traditional first-person shooter gameplay mechanics, with the player attempting to take out enemy targets using guns and other weapons, time within the game only progresses when the player moves; this creates the opportunity for the player to assess their situation and respond appropriately, making the gameplay similar to strategy-based games. The game is presented in a minimalist art style, with enemies in red in contrast to white and grey backgrounds.
#8 – Oxenfree
Oxenfree is a single player game that’s equal parts coming-of-age tale and supernatural thriller. The game was released for PC/Steam and Xbox One on January 15, 2016, with a PlayStation 4 version scheduled for a later date.
#7 – Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak is a real-time strategy video game developed by Blackbird Interactive and published by Gearbox Software. The game was released on January 20, 2016, and is a prequel to the 1999 space-based real-time strategy video game Homeworld.
#6 – Darkest Dungeon
Darkest Dungeon is a roguelike, dungeon crawler video game created by indie game developer Red Hook Studios. The game, following an Early Access development period, was released on January 19, 2016 for Microsoft Windows and OS X, with a release for PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita consoles a few months later. Linux release is also planned at a later date.
#5 – Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is an expansion and re-release of Dragon’s Dogma containing all the original content, plus an entire new questline and region “Bitterblack Isle”, plus all the original DLC content, as well as additional skill upgrades, monsters, weapons and armour.
#4 – Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley is an open-ended country-life RPG! You’ve inherited your grandfather’s old farm plot in Stardew Valley. Armed with hand-me-down tools and a few coins, you set out to begin your new life.
#3 – Rise of the Tomb Raider
Rise of the Tomb Raider is an action-adventure video game developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix. It is the sequel to the 2013 video game Tomb Raider, a reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise. It was released for Xbox One and Xbox 360 in November 2015 and for Microsoft Windows in January 2016. It is set to release for PlayStation 4 in the second half of 2016.
#2 – Black Desert Online
Black Desert Online (Korean: 검은사막) is a sandbox-oriented massively multiplayer online role-playing game by Korean video game developer Pearl Abyss. The game has been in development since 2010, and entered closed beta testing (CBT) in October 2013. Black Desert Online uses Pearl Abyss’ own “Black Desert” engine specifically created to handle the fast rendering required for its seamless world and large-scale castle sieges.
#1 – XCOM 2
XCOM 2 is a turn-based tactics video game developed by Firaxis Games and published by 2K Games for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux. It was released February 5, 2016. XCOM 2 is the sequel to 2012’s reboot of the series, XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Taking place 20 years after the events of Enemy Unknown, it follows the continuity that XCOM, a military organization trying to fight off an alien invasion, has lost the war, and is now a resistance force against their occupation of Earth.
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