Le 25 meilleurs jeux de 2015: 10-6

The 25 best games of 2015: 10-6


Propulsé par Guardian.co.ukCet article intitulé “Le 25 meilleurs jeux de 2015: 10-6 - Détective de jeu et un choix controversé” a été écrit par Keith Stuart , Simon Parkin, Houx Nielsen , Rich Stantonand Ian Ford, pour theguardian.com le jeudi 17 Décembre 2015 09.42 UTC

Enfin, nous entrons dans les dix premiers jeux vidéo de l'année, choisi par notre équipe de rédacteurs expérimentés et opiniâtre jeu. A en juger par les commentaires sous les entrées précédentes, il y aura une certaine controverse ici, avec beaucoup favorisée en ligne Rocket football bagarreur League en deçà d'un sommet prévu cinq mise.

L'apparition du destin - effectivement repensé et remodelé pour sa sortie Roi Taken - pourrait se révéler controversée trop. Mais, comme nous l'avons souligné, la sélection est subjective et ne cherche pas à envisager plus large opinion critique. Vous pouvez simplement aller sur Metacritic pour ce.

Commençons par un autre jeu Wii U…

10. Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U)

Xenoblade Chronicles X
Xenoblade Chronicles X

Tetsuya Takahashi’s latest is a grand, ambitious and, at times, willfully arcane open-world masterpiece. It begins with a crash-landing on the Jurassic world of Mira. There you join the ranks of the other remaining humans to begin rebuilding civilization, an expansion that the local flora and fauna powerfully resist. Its systems are varied, knotted and, at times, seemingly unrelated. Encore, in the mystery, wonder lies. Unlike the increasingly homogenous glut of western open world games, X is singular and memorable in both style and structure.

9. Destin: Taken King (PS4 / Xbox One)

Destin: Taken King
Destin: Taken King

A mystifying waste of time to some, a lifestyle to others, Destiny has kept its hold on the gaming consciousness this year through sheer force of will. The Taken King update added a new plotline and social base, as well as new strikes and a massively improved levelling system. Some said this is what Destiny should always have been. Whatever the case, it became a ridiculously compelling endeavour to its fans, perfectly combining those Halo-style bursts of shooter action with the slower arc of a loot gathering adventure. It’s still a troubled and difficult relationship but, to many gamers, it is love.

8. Rocket League (PC/Mac/PS4)

Rocket League
Rocket League Photographie: Psyonix

Two teams of rocket-propelled cars, an enclosed stadium and one giant football are the elements that make Rocket League 2015’s ultimate “one more go” game. The secret sauce is the perfectly-tuned driving controls, capable of everything from bicycle kicks to rocket-propelled flight, which keep on revealing new depths as you master the old ones. The speed of the players combines beautifully with the low-gravity ball and curved stadia, and the five-minute match length is a flawless touch – there’s always time for another.

7. Her Story (PC/Mac/iOS)

Her Story
Her Story

Everyone fancies themselves as a detective, and Her Story taps into this to weave a multi-threaded story out of restrained mechanics. You find yourself at a police terminal, with access to timestamped video clips and a searchable index. The game is to find and watch these clips, all from several police interviews with the same woman, and work out what’s going on. The atmosphere is fuggy, the acting is wonderful, and following-up the right leads feels so good it’s like you’re a natural.

6. Splatoon (Wii U)


Why play a normal shooter, when you can play a shooter where you fire ink and turn into a squid? Comprised of an addictive and ridiculously entertaining online mode, and a single player campaign with unique mechanics, Splatoon is one of 2015’s most interesting offerings. It is essentially the gaming equivalent of a 1990s Saturday morning kid’s TV show; colourful, noisy, fun – and with a lot of people getting gunked. Ce qui est important, with an emphasis on territorial gain rather than shooting people in the face, Nintendo showed us that there’s more to team-based online shooters than blood and shotguns.

  • de révision de l'année »Les Jeux Gardiens se déroule à Scott Chambre du Guardian jeudi soir, 7-8.30pm. Mettant en vedette Keith Stuart, écrivains Simon Parkin et Cara Ellison et développeur de jeux Mike Bithell, nous regardons en arrière 2015, avec tartelettes et un géant (gratuit!) Xmas tombola avec des prix incroyables! Billets disponibles ici.

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