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PixlBit's 2015 Game of the Year Awards!

As 2016 is here, our staff looks back to our favorite games of 2015. WAY back!

2015 was an interesting year for gaming, the year the 8th console generation started to push out the 7th gen, where almost every game was coming onto one of the newer consoles and last gen ports becoming fewer and farther between. Yet when looking at the games everyone else was voting for each year, we noticed something. The real best games released received very few, if any, awards from other outlets. So we at Pixlbit decided to give the actual best games to come out this year their own commendation! So if you missed any of these this year, be sure to check them out and see what you missed out on!


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Cary Woodham

01/08/2016 at 01:24 PM

That's totally different than my list, which you can check out here.

http://www.pixlbit.com/blog/11923/carys_best_games_of_2015_awards_show

Nick DiMola Director

01/08/2016 at 02:16 PM

I'm thinking this article would've been better served by a trollface as its image instead.

transmet2033

01/08/2016 at 03:03 PM

because all of these are remasters, or collections?

The Last Ninja

01/08/2016 at 03:59 PM

What about original games that came out this year? Can we get that article?

Blake Turner Staff Writer

01/08/2016 at 07:11 PM

What do you mean? The only good games come out in the past. We need to celebrate rereleases as much as we need to celebrate "new" Nintendo games.

asrealasitgets

01/08/2016 at 08:04 PM

Well there is certainly a variety of tastes on this list. I certainly loved Scholar of the First Sin, and I'm playing Grim Fandango for the first time on PS+, and I'm experiencing it for the first time, and it is a rather lovely, funny game. I think I can learn to love it. 

Matt Snee Staff Writer

01/09/2016 at 03:48 AM

I didn't know this was going to be the "Game of the Year" article.  

KnightDriver

01/09/2016 at 02:19 PM

I loved Gat Out of Hell. I played it on Xbox 360 with online co-op, and I think it crashed maybe once. Otherwise it seemed to run fine. I'm worried about Saints Row IV now though. Maybe I'll get the PS4 version when I get to it.

I played some Grim Fandango on my Vita. I missed a clue on the computer in the main characters's boss's office because I couldn't see the screen clearly enough. I want to play it again on PS4 so I can see everything.

I got Uncharted Collection. I think I'll play Uncharted 3 there. Also Rare Replay which I haven't touched yet.

Super Step Contributing Writer

01/10/2016 at 01:36 AM

This ... is actually a great list for someone like me who's played none of these but is interested in all of them.

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