Computer games you can’t miss this year


Must-have computer games for 2015: from vehicle combat to bigger and better versions of the classics, you can’t miss these cinematic treats.

2015 is most definitely the year for computer games, with high-tech realistic graphics and complex characters, the quality is better than ever. These new releases for 2015 take gaming to the next level, with complex story lines, new twists on old classics and god-fearing situations.

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege

If you are going to buy one computer game this year it has to be Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. The first-person shooter game focuses heavily on realism and team playing, but this new version has a much greater multiplayer focus and more destructible environments. Yay!

Mad Max

You have to check out upcoming survival game Mad Max. Based on the Mad Max film series, the game is set in a post-apocalyptic world, and involves building a new car and fighting against the new world. You get to choose a crazy mix of weapons, fighting in abandoned locations. If you liked Mad Max you are going to love this.

Rise of the Tomb Raider

A bigger and better version of an old classic, you can’t fail to enjoy this sequel to the 2013 Tomb Raider game. This time Lara Croft has to face an extremely harsh environment, and on her quest to prove she isn’t insane she becomes obsessed about finding the truth behind myths around the world.

Batman: Arkham Knight

For this final epic release from developer Rock Steady on the classic Batman story, there is a new unique villain, Arkham Knight. We don’t know who he is and why he’s doing it, but isn’t that the point? Don’t worry the other timeless villians are still featured, too, and this game is full of twists and turns you won’t want to miss.


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